More Videos

3 animals that you probably won't see in the Lowcountry again 1:27

3 animals that you probably won't see in the Lowcountry again

Tips for cooking delicious fried shrimp 0:48

Tips for cooking delicious fried shrimp

Beaufort Sheriff’s office: Broad River Bridge jumper may not have survived if not for these two 0:32

Beaufort Sheriff’s office: Broad River Bridge jumper may not have survived if not for these two

Lowcountry drivers, can you pass a school bus stopped on US 278? Test your road knowledge. 1:51

Lowcountry drivers, can you pass a school bus stopped on US 278? Test your road knowledge.

St. Helena womans undergoes a ghouly transformation 1:41

St. Helena womans undergoes a ghouly transformation

They killed a 12-foot, 5-inch, 620-pound SC alligator. That was the easy part. 1:58

They killed a 12-foot, 5-inch, 620-pound SC alligator. That was the easy part.

Police bodycam shows Florida deputies in standoff with shooting suspect 2:28

Police bodycam shows Florida deputies in standoff with shooting suspect

Farewell to the Hilton Head buoy 1:10

Farewell to the Hilton Head buoy

Listen to 'Ride for the Island' excerpt by Spiritual Gangsters 0:36

Listen to "Ride for the Island" excerpt by Spiritual Gangsters

What PGA great Lee Trevino loves about Harbour Town Golf Links 0:41

What PGA great Lee Trevino loves about Harbour Town Golf Links

  • Video: Okatie man loses Great Dane; suspects it was shot

    Okatie resident Tim Flynn is heartbroken over the recent loss of his great Dane, around his property off SC 170 in Okatie. After "Junior," a rescue dog, and Flynn's two other dogs had their usual Saturday morning "romp" in the woods, Junior did not return. Flynn explains why he thinks his Dane was shot, followed by something else unfathomable.

Okatie resident Tim Flynn is heartbroken over the recent loss of his great Dane, around his property off SC 170 in Okatie. After "Junior," a rescue dog, and Flynn's two other dogs had their usual Saturday morning "romp" in the woods, Junior did not return. Flynn explains why he thinks his Dane was shot, followed by something else unfathomable. Josh Mitelman jmitelman@islandpacket.com
Okatie resident Tim Flynn is heartbroken over the recent loss of his great Dane, around his property off SC 170 in Okatie. After "Junior," a rescue dog, and Flynn's two other dogs had their usual Saturday morning "romp" in the woods, Junior did not return. Flynn explains why he thinks his Dane was shot, followed by something else unfathomable. Josh Mitelman jmitelman@islandpacket.com

Farrell: Okatie man’s hunt for missing dog ends in heartbreak

February 10, 2016 3:14 PM

More Videos

3 animals that you probably won't see in the Lowcountry again 1:27

3 animals that you probably won't see in the Lowcountry again

Tips for cooking delicious fried shrimp 0:48

Tips for cooking delicious fried shrimp

Beaufort Sheriff’s office: Broad River Bridge jumper may not have survived if not for these two 0:32

Beaufort Sheriff’s office: Broad River Bridge jumper may not have survived if not for these two

Lowcountry drivers, can you pass a school bus stopped on US 278? Test your road knowledge. 1:51

Lowcountry drivers, can you pass a school bus stopped on US 278? Test your road knowledge.

St. Helena womans undergoes a ghouly transformation 1:41

St. Helena womans undergoes a ghouly transformation

They killed a 12-foot, 5-inch, 620-pound SC alligator. That was the easy part. 1:58

They killed a 12-foot, 5-inch, 620-pound SC alligator. That was the easy part.

Police bodycam shows Florida deputies in standoff with shooting suspect 2:28

Police bodycam shows Florida deputies in standoff with shooting suspect

Farewell to the Hilton Head buoy 1:10

Farewell to the Hilton Head buoy

Listen to 'Ride for the Island' excerpt by Spiritual Gangsters 0:36

Listen to "Ride for the Island" excerpt by Spiritual Gangsters

What PGA great Lee Trevino loves about Harbour Town Golf Links 0:41

What PGA great Lee Trevino loves about Harbour Town Golf Links

  • Hurricane Irma can't keep Bluffton woman from answering call from LIVE with Kelly and Ryan

    Lois Willig, a resident of Sun City Hilton Head and 19 year diehard fan, won a trip to Club Barbados worth an estimated $8,000 from the morning talk show LIVE with Kelly and Ryan's "Call Me Live Travel Trivia."

About Liz Farrell

Liz Farrell” 
width=

@elizfarrell

Columnist and senior editor Liz Farrell has lived in the Lowcountry for 12 years, but grew up in Brookline, Mass., just outside of Boston. She graduated with a degree in political science from Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania, and enjoys the beach, reading and people with contagious laughs. She pronounces all her R's.