A protected dark female Labrador retriever as of late embraced by Emmy Grant winning writer Cokie Roberts was lost on Bradley Blvd. at 6:15 p.m. Saturday, Lab Save of the Labrador Retriever Club of the Potomac reported today.
Named Katie, the 48-lb. Lab is around five years of age and has a touch of dark around her gag (see photograph). She was wearing a neckline with a Lab Protect tag appended.
Katie is an as of late saved stray. She is tender yet amazingly timid, so kindly don’t attempt to catch or approach her. In the event that you see her, please attempt to avoid her in sight as much as possible and call Sarah of Lab Protect at 703-589-5034 or the Montgomery District Creature Crisis Line at 240-773-5900. There is a $100 remunerate for data that prompts to her arrival.
Katie at first traveled north and may have been located later Saturday evening at the convergence of Marbury Rd. furthermore, Durbin Rd. close Walt Whitman Secondary School in Bethesda.
Photographs, recordings and data about Katie are accessible at http://www.lab-rescue.org/adoptalab#Katie.
Established in 1991, Lab Save of the LRCP Inc. is a volunteer-driven, philanthropic association that salvages, encourages and receives more than 900 Labrador retrievers for every year to affirmed candidates. The gathering serves Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Washington, D.C., and in addition neighboring parts of Pennsylvania, West Virginia and North Carolina. Labs accessible for selection can be seen at www.lab-rescue.org.