Fantastic News! Angie, the dog that went missing following December 23rd collision, has returned home

Beiseker, Alberta – RCMP in Beiseker are pleased to share that “Angie”, a Border Collie who had been missing since a car accident on December 23, has been located and returned to her family.

After the vehicle she was travelling in was involved in a collision on Highway 21 near Highway 575, Angie spent almost three weeks on her own. She had been spotted several times since the RCMP made the first request for public assistance, but she was afraid and never approached the people that were searching for her.

“A friend of the family had the idea of putting a kennel out in the area with a blanket and some things from Angie’s family, ” said Sgt. Glen Demmon. “It worked and the next morning, Angie was curled up on the blanket. She is a little bit thinner, but she is home now.”

The RCMP, along with Angie’s owners, would like to thank all the people who took time to search for Angie and the residents of the area that left out food and water for her while she was missing.

Beiseker RCMP


Update 1

Dec. 24, 2016

Beiseker RCMP still looking for dog lost during collision

Beiseker, Alberta – RCMP in Beiseker are still hoping to locate “Angie”, a Border Collie dog that ran away after the vehicle she was travelling in with her owners was involved in a collision on Highway 21 yesterday.

beiseker-2Angie has been spotted by an area farmer since the collision but has yet to be returned to her owners, who are now out of hospital and anxious for her safe return. Anyone travelling on Highway 21 near Highway 575 is asked to keep an eye out and contact the Beiseker RCMP if she is seen at 403-947-3496.

Dec. 23, 2016

Beiseker RCMP want help to bring home a lost dog

Beiseker, Alberta – RCMP in Beiseker are asking the public to be on the watch for a lost dog after a collision on Highway 21 today.

Shortly after noon on Dec. 23, Beiseker RCMP responded to a single vehicle roll over on Highway 21 at Knee Hill Creek, near the intersection of Highway 575. The two occupants of the vehicle were transported to hospital by ambulance. A dog was also in the vehicle but ran away after the crash.

” We would really like to make Christmas for these folks and help them get their dog back,” says Sgt. Glen Demmon, detachment commander for Beiseker RCMP.

The dog is a border collie that answers to the name “Angie” and her owners report that she is very friendly, but scared. Angie was last seen along Highway 21 near the intersection with highway 575.

Anyone that sees Angie is asked to contact Beiseker RCMP at 403-947-3496.

No photo is currently available.

Beiseker RCMP


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