UPDATED, 22:51 p.m.: Noelani has been reunited with his family. It's owner, Gordon Broff, in the comment section below said, "After some involvement by the Waltham police department we got a call back from one of the people involved and about an hour ago she was returned to our home. We are so very glad to have her home safe and sound. Thank you again for this wonderful article and helping us to get the word out, it is very much appreciated!"
Have you seen a missing Waltham dog in your neighborhood?
Noelani, a 1 and a half year-old dog, went missing from its Smith Street home yesterday at around 7:30 p.m., according to its owner Gordon Broff.
Broff, in a quck interview with Waltham Patch on Easter Sunday, said his female dog is a mutt with Pomeranian, Lhasa Apso and Chihuahua characteristics. She responds to whistling and her name and would likely respond to calls.
“She is very friendly,” Broff said.
Noelani escaped from the family's back yard through an open gate. The family reported the missing dog to police but has not yet had any luck finding her.
Anybody who sees the dog should contact the Broff's at 808-780-5926 or firstname.lastname@example.org.