Earlier this week, it was reported that Jessican Simpsons beloved dog Daisy, a cross Maltese-Poodle, had been snatched by coyotes. Rather than traditional search methods, often covered by a dog insurance policy, Jessica Simpson had decided to use a more modern and ultra-tech method and tweeted on Twitter, saying:
“My heart is broken because a coyote took my precious Daisy right in front of our eyes. HORROR! We are searching. Hoping. Please help!”
The singer and actress has taken much flak this week, including a celebrity dog trainer Jennifer McCarthy who was quoted by US Magazine as having said:
“Obviously coyotes don’t Twitter. So that would be essentially not very effective in this case.”
Now gossip website TMZ has reported that Jessica has employed a dog finding service to help locate her missing dog and has posted a reward on Twitter for the return of Daisy.
Sadly, it is unfortunately but it seems highly unlikely that the dog will be found safe and well now.
If dog goes missing, it is a traumatic experience for many dog lovers and no doubt being stolen or attacked by coyotes, such as the incident where Ozzy Osbourne lost his Pomeranian to a coyote earlier this year, is even more so.