Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Sarah, lost from Cheverly

Keep an eye out for Sarah!

HYATTSVILLE, MD--LOST DOG
UPDATE 01/02/17
SARAH was seen on Dec. 31st at the intersection of 38th and Hamilton Street, Hyattsville, MD. Her last sighting there was on Dec. 8th so she has remained in the area.
If seen please DO NOT CHASE. immediately call 202.576.6664 (then press 1). Thank you!
"SARAH is a 6 year old shepherd mix who has been missing since Sunday, November 20,2016. She was last seen in the 6400 block of Landover Road in Cheverly, MD. She is fearful and skittish, micro chipped and new to the area.
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Saturday, December 31, 2016

We're re-upping the blog for 2017!

Welcome, for the first time, or welcome back! We're re-upping the blog for 2017!

First up: Ellie is lost near Cheverly, last seen in the area of the National Arboretum. If you're interested in helping with the search, follow it here!


Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Found chihuahua--do you know this dog?

This dog was found in Cheverly. If you recognize the dog and know the owner, please leave a comment!

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Lost Australian Shepherd mix, Shelby

Please be on the look-out for Shelby, a lost Australian shepherd, new to Cheverly, who got out of her yard last night. Her owners' cell phone number is 912-223-7188. They live on Lake Ave.

She is black and white, friendly, but hard of hearing.

Sunday, January 20, 2013

Lost Dog - Lost Miniature Schnauzer in Hyattsville


Cody

$500 Award

Male
Black & Gray
Miniature Schnauzer 
Hyattsville (20785)

Lost on 12/22/2011

301-370-7403

Saturday, December 29, 2012

Lost white poodle in Cheverly

Crosspost from Craig's List--please keep an eye out of this pup!

http://washingtondc.craigslist.org/mld/laf/3505923991.html

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Who wants eggs?

As readers may know, a number of residents in our county are organizing to urge the County Council to lift the countywide zoning restrictions that effectively ban property-owners from keeping small numbers of hens (not roosters!) as pets in residential lots. You can learn more about them, and sign their petition, at www.pghens.com.

As we explained in a previous post, we think this is a good idea. Owners report that backyard hens make great pets, and they're more productive than dogs and cats, while making less noise and waste. Backyard hens also bring neighbors together, lead to an economic boost at small, family-owned local businesses, and help to cut greenhouse gas emissions, Chesapeake Bay runoff, and solid waste. A lot of the arguments against backyard hens are either addressed by the conditions that Prince George's Hens is proposing, or else don't hold up to scrutiny, as explained here and here.

By the way, it's not just Prince George's Hens and their thousand or so petition signatories. The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission and the City of Mount Rainier think that this would be a good move for the county, too.

Here in Cheverly, the Town Council invited Prince George's Hens to present at last Thursday's meeting. We hope that the Town Council will join Mount Rainier in urging the County Council to create a way for responsible residents to keep hens legally, as so many other jurisdictions (including urban centers like Baltimore and New York) have done. And we hope that the Town Council will act soon, as the County Council could take up the issue after it gets back from recess in early 2013 and will surely be interested in local municipalities' support.

After all, who wouldn't like to have some cheap, yummy, organic eggs from next door and eat them, too?