snickers the mAS
This is Snickers official webpage to help promote her rescue.
Snickers was lost by a handler just after arriving in Edgewood, NM from Virginia. I am her mommy, and we want her home. She is unfamiliar with NM and needs some help finding her way home.
If you would like to help, click on the Facebook link below or email me at
who is snickers? What should you look for?
BLUE MERLE FEMALE
Miniature American Shepherd aka Mini Aussie
about 17" tall at shoulders
distinctive black ring (horseshoe)around her left eye
both eyes are blue; but right eye has a brown area on the top right hand corner
trim is white and copper but copper is more buff
NO TAIL; NATURAL BOBTAIL
OWNED SOLELY BY KAREN KOLLMER with proper registration. No one else can claim this dog as theirs.
how can you help?
Download my flyer if you want to print and post in your neighborhood or anywhere you may go.
Bring the flyers to vet clinics, pet stores, grocery stores, coffee shops, major intersections (anywhere there is foot traffic). Click the link below.
If you can physically go to a shelter that would be huge help to look for her. They don’t post all dogs online and all surrounding areas are too vast to go at it alone. She could be anywhere (even outside of NM) by now.
SHARE SHARE SHARE, on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, word of mouth, and any other way. Tell your neighbors. Have them tell their neighbors. Be aware of all the animals in your area and spot missing dogs. Asking questions isn't a bad thing, it leads to positive communications in most cases.
TAG your local veterinarian friends when sharing our Facebook page or website. Ask them to keep an eye out in case Snickers checks in somewhere.
TAG your local teacher friends. Ask them to print a flyer and post on staff bulletin boards, share with kids during morning announcements and morning meetings.
Troll websites where dogs may be sold (craigslist, other websites that sell dogs, FB marketplace, whatever you can think of).
If you recently purchased a dog from a private party or rescue, please contact your nearest vet to see if the dog looks like Snickers. Maybe the one you actually have or your neighbor has is Snickers and she is safe to return for the reward!
Awareness is a good thing that came out of Snickers' disappearance. Let's all be aware of many missing dogs out there that need to find their families.