Seattle's Queen Anne Neighborhood News Blog


LOST DOG: Sheltie lost on Lower Queen Anne

January 21st, 2015 by Laura

Lost Dog sheltieLeroy is a Sheltie lost on Queen Anne. Flyers have been posted on both Upper and Lower Queen Anne (how we found out), and according to the flyer, he is wearing a collar and leash, and was last seen yesterday, Tuesday, January 20th.

At this time, we don’t have any additional information on cross-streets or other specifics. If you see Leroy, please contact the number on the flyer – 503-338-8090.

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FOUND DOG: Young Pit Bull-Lab mix near 5th Ave N & Newton

December 19th, 2014 by Laura

Found Dog 121914A pit bull/chocolate lab mix was found near 5th Ave N and Newton St. The person who found him took him to the vet to be scanned for a chip, but while he’s chipped, he’s not registered.

He has a blue bandana and camouflague collar, but he has no tags.

At the vet, he weighed in at 42 pounds and was estimated to be 4-5 months old.

If you have any information on this dog or his owner, contact Kevin at 253-217-2400 or Kelsey at 253-886-1779.

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UPDATE: FOUND Chocolate Lab on Upper Queen Anne

December 12th, 2014 by Laura

Gus lost dogUPDATE: Gus has been found! Thank you!

Gus is an escape artist. Not long ago, he got out of his yard from his new Queen Anne home, and he’s done it again.

Last time, he was quickly found thanks to our tweet and Facebook posting. Before he went missing this morning, Gus was last seen near 5th Ave W and W Raye St.

Keep your eyes peeled for this chocolate lab. If you spot Gus or find him, please call or text 919.270.2146.

Let’s hope Gus is found as quickly as last time.

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UPDATE: LOST DOG: French Bulldog-Chihuahua mix lost near Queen Anne Library

October 26th, 2014 by Laura

UPDATE: Oli has been found! Thanks to all who looked for him!


Last night’s windstorm spooked this poor foster dog – contact info below is you see him:

Lost Dog OliOli got scared in the storm last night and ran off. He was last seen near Queen Anne library at W Blaine St and 5th Ave W on Saturday 10/25 at 11:10pm.

He is a fawn and white French bulldog chihuahua mix, male, weighs 17 lbs, 2 years old. Please check under decks, sheds, etc as he might be scared and hiding.

Please call/text with any sightings or info 206-228-9849 or 910-988-5281. Please share! Thanks!

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LOST DOG and 4th of July reminder

July 4th, 2014 by Laura

We already have a report of a dog sighted running down Boston St sans owner at 2:30pm today:

“Little grey whippet/Italian greyhound with a royal blue collar (no tags from what I could see) running east on Boston from Queen Anne North – top of QA Hill”

The reader tried to catch the pup, but was unsuccessful. If this is your dog or if you’ve been able to catch this dog, let us know. (and, if it’s your dog, please provide your contact info)

This instance is a good reminder – with today’s activities and tonight’s fireworks, dogs can be easily spooked and run. Please make sure to secure your pets (cats too) tonight.

July 4th pet safety tips are available online. Most relevant to our neighborhood’s pets:

  • keep your pets indoors today/tonight
  • make sure your pet has identification – collar/tags and microchips

Henry QACC dogIf your pet escapes this holiday weekend, we can post your “lost pet” notice. Just be sure to include:

  • pet’s name
  • pet’s description – the more detailed the better (not just the breed – a description)
  • pet’s photo – if you don’t have one, now’s the time to take a pet “mug shot” for missing flyers
  • your contact info – how you want people to contact you
  • where last seen – cross-streets (e.g. “near Boston St and Queen Anne Ave N)
  • for street names, please be sure to let us know if numbered streets are W or N streets (e.g. 2nd Ave W)
  • relevant info on pet’s behavior (e.g. “skittish of people”, “loves other dogs”)

Let’s keep Queen Anne pets safe this weekend and all year!

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LOST DOG: East Queen Anne – FOUND!

June 30th, 2014 by Laura

Lost Dog Zoe

EDITED as of Tuesday, 7/1 – Zoe has been found! Thanks to all who looked for her and posted where they last saw her!


Lost dog last seen at Lynn St and 2nd Ave N, heading toward Boston. Tan female dog, 32 pounds.

Zoe is skittish, so if you see her, do not chase her. Lure her with food.

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UPDATE: LOST Dog on Upper Queen Anne – FOUND!

May 24th, 2014 by Laura

UPDATE: Leyla has been found! Thanks to all readers who looked for her!

Leyla 2Last night (Friday) around 10:30pm, a resident was walking her dog and was attacked and robbed on Upper Queen Anne (which is a very scary heads up for residents).

Her dog, Leyla, escaped with the leash attached, and hasn’t been located since.

Leyla 1Leyla is a small female grey terrier who lives near Boston and 2nd Ave N/Warren Ave N. She may be making her way in that direction, but if you live in the general area bordered by Queen Anne Ave N/Taylor and Galer and Boston, please keep an eye out for her.

She is friendly, but gets anxious around other dogs. She is not wearing tags, but is microchipped.

Here’s the key info:

  • Terier mix – small silver / gray / black dog – maybe 10 lbs
  • She did not have tags but was on a leash – she’s microchipped
  • Last seen at 4th Ave North between Galer and Boston

UPDATE: Leyla was spotted on someone’s porch this morning – keep an eye out for her!

Twitter lost Leyla

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UPDATE: Boxer mix near McGraw & 10th Ave W – FOUND

October 19th, 2013 by Laura

UPDATE: Moe is home, safe & sound!

MoeHelp find Moe!

She’s lost on Queen Anne, last seen near McGraw St and 10th Ave W / Olympic Way.

Moe is a brown and white brindle boxer mix, she’s microchipped, but is not wearing a collar.

If you see or have seen Moe, contact her owner at 425-633-4003.

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Found: Black dog near 10th W & Blaine

September 4th, 2013 by Laura

lost black dogDo you know this pup or his owner?

Some readers found a male, black dog last night, Tuesday, September 3rd on Blaine St between 10th Ave W and 11th Ave W.

No collar or identification, so if you know this guy, call 206-940-4519.

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Lost: Boston Terrier near Kinnear Park – FOUND

August 11th, 2013 by Laura

UPDATE: Issac has been found, and is home safe & sound!

Lost Boston TerrierKeep your eyes peeled for a lost male black and white Boston Terrier. Friday night’s storms spooked him, and he got out and is still missing today (Sunday).

His home is on W Prospect between 7th Ave W and 8th Ave W, above Kinnear Park, so be on the lookout if you’re around the area or in the park.

Per his owner, he’s the dog on the right in the photo.

If you’ve seen or find this pup, please contact his owner at 206-427-1967.

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Lost Dog: Jack Russell Terrier near SLU

August 1st, 2013 by Laura

If you’re around South Lake Union today, keep your eyes peeled for this little guy. A 15 year old white and tan Jack Russell terrier named Watson has gone missing, around the marina area near Kenmore Air. He’s deaf, but apparently can be lured with stinky cheese.

See the attached flyer for contact info:

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Help find Mazzy – lost dog near Lower Kinnear Park

July 4th, 2013 by Laura

MazzyAround 3:20pm on Wednesday, July 3rd, Mazzy slipped out of her collar near the Taco Time on 15th Ave W and ran south. She was last spotted at Lower Kinnear Park last night.

Mazzy is a young female golden retriever mix. She was being dropped off at the Downtown Dog Lounge when she got spooked and slipped out of her collar.

Per the Craigslist post: If you see her, DO NOT CHASE. She is scared of people and may run. Her name is Mazzy. Contact ASAP if you see her – call/text 206-790-9111.

Also – with tonight being the 4th of July, please be sure your pets are safe and secure. Here are some key tips from the Seattle Animal Shelter:

  • Keep pet indoors or otherwise secured when fireworks are being shot off.
  • Consult your veterinarian beforehand if you think your pet may need to be sedated.
  • Take your pet outside to relieve itself before it gets dark.
  • If you take your pet to a park, do not leave it locked in a car.
  • Do not take your pet to public fireworks displays.
  • Make sure your pet is wearing proper identification, such as a current pet license.
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