Tag Archive for: Lost dog

Echo Park Now reader Javier was having lunch at Red Hill today (lucky you!) when he took found a male Lab mix running around. The dog has no tags or a chip, but looks like such a happy one that there’s got be someone looking for him.

Contact us if you know anything about this pup!

This adorable munchkin was found on Saturday, April 21 near Fix Coffee at Echo Park Avenue and Baxter. The owners must miss this one – don’t you just want to pinch those cheeks?

Contact us if you know anything about this found dog.

“Ghost” is a white male Siberian Husky with light blue eyes lost on April 1. He was last seen on Coronado and Sunset Boulevard in the Silver Lake / Echo Park area.

Please contact us if you have any tips on the whereabouts of Ghost – he is missed terribly by his owners!

This adorrrrrrable puppy was found this weekend without a collar on Avalon Street and Preston Avenue. She’s got a temporary home and is out of the rain, but please do contact us if you know where she belongs!

UPDATE: The owner was found!

What a sweet face!

This bulldog breed was found in Echo Park today – there is a collar but no tag. Anyone missing a “huge” cute-faced bulldog?

Lisa is desperately looking for her lost dog Lola, who escaped on Thanksgiving. Via email, Lisa told us the following about Lola:

PLEASE HELP. I lost my dog “LOLA” on Thanksgiving evening while entertaining guests, someone let the door open and she got out. Maybe scared with all of the cooking rustle and bustle.  I am very upset, i cant sleep or eat. I have done as much as i humanly can for her and i am hoping you can help also. She is snow white. No marks. Smooth coat, pink ears. Female fixed. Around 10 lbs. She had a pink collar with rhinestones on with tags, and microchip information attached. Please let me know if i am sending the appropriate information. Last seen on Echo Park Avenue and Donaldson Street.

Please contact us if you’ve seen Lola, and we’ll make sure Lisa gets her loved one back!

We’re trying to help find this adorable pup in the Echo Park area. Owner Meghan emailed us with the following information:

On Tuesday May 3, 2011 my poor little schnauzer/poodle mix named Selby got out from a yard on Laguna Ave and Echo Park Ave. Her name is Selby and she was wearing a pink collar with tags. She is grey/tan/white, weighs about 20 lbs and and has a microchip. I am offering a $500 reward to anyone who finds her. I am utterly heartbroken over my lost little dog.

Email us at info@echoparknow.com if you have any information!

Our neighbor just down the street lost their doggy over the weekend the moment they brought him home after adoption:

We lost one of our dogs to old age a couple weeks ago.

Adopted a new one from the pound, brought him home, before we even got into the house he slipped out of his harness, got under the fence and ran away. I live at Scott and Portia.

Dog has no collar is about 20lbs, brownish red short hair, cross between beagle and labador. Has white and blue bandages on his back feet.

We are worried sick, has microchip.

You can call the number on the flyers (pictured about) or send us an email at info@echoparknow.com and we’ll get you connected if you find the pup.

Echo Park resident David found this adorable dog last week on Sargent Place north of Scott. He’s hoping to find the owner soon!

I’m calling him Buddy.
I found him on Monday, January 17 on Sargent Place near the roundabout. I assume he was wandering in Elysian Park. He fell in with my three other dogs. No collar. He backed away when I tried to touch him, but followed us home. He had some scars and is still quite skinny. I took him to the vet and he had no chip, so I had him brought up to date on his shots and also had him fixed. He weighs 46 pounds and is about 16-18 inches tall at the shoulder. The vet says he looks to be about 2 or 3 years old. He is recuperating well from the surgery but if you know him or who he belongs to, I would like to return him to his owner–if, in fact, he pulled a Houdini and was lost, rather than dumped in Elysian Park.
If you know where this little guy belongs, send us an email at info@echoparknow.com and we’ll get you in touch with David.


There have been a quite few dogs needing good homes posted on the Echo Park / Elysian Neighborhood Councils Forum as of late. This little guy may end up in the pound if the woman who found him can’t find a new home or at least temporary foster care (due to her landlord’s request to get rid of the dog somehow).He is not fixed or chipped, but is healthy.