Queens Animal Shelter Seeks Missing Dog

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) — The Animal Center of Queens is looking for a black lab that went missing on Sunday around noon.

The shelter said that a couple came to meet the dog for a possible adoption and walked out of the building when no one was looking.

The dog, named Brisco, had been at the shelter in Rego Park since he was pulled from a euthanasia list last November.

The couple is described as white and in their 50’s. The man had salt and pepper hair and the woman had blond and gray hair, according to shelter officials.

Anyone with information about the stolen dog is asked to contact Lori Carpino at 347-400-4641.

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  1. Lori says:

    1 week and our Brisco is still out there lost. Please everyone keep reposting him and putting up flyers everywhere.

  2. Erin says:

    There wouldn’t have been ANY publicity had they just gone through regular adoption proceedings…

  3. Elmira March says:

    Here is more info and a video of Brisco:
    http://www.animalcenterofqueens.org/?p=203

    Please help us find our beautiful Brisco! He Deserves Better!

  4. Phyllis says:

    Dont Worry Lori.. We’re gonna find him..

  5. Karen says:

    I hope this couple gets arrested for stealing this dog. Brisco was saved from the euth list by ACQ and now the staff and volunteers are worried sick that this boy might have ended up in the wrong hands. What this couple did is deceitful and they should do the right thing and return the dog!

  6. animal-lover says:

    A`dog like this is on a euthanasia list….???? This dog is absolutely beautiful….what is wrong with this country??? I hope the c ouple takes great care of this dog….

  7. Shelli Lipton says:

    I hope the couple takes good care of the dog but didn’t want the publicity.

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