sorry, but Ambitious Kate has been throwing out that "just use snow fence and get him" often...... she lives in CT..... i say go help look or put up signs, or at least inform yourself better by going to the facebook page dedicated to his rescue.
i support the effort and his owners until they say its done. Andy is alive and needs help, his family took the Extraordinary measure to move from their secure jobs and area to help find him AND to help others look. Jordina is paying it forward in the best possible way.
I hated to say it so just went on w/o any more about Rumble. He was never found by his owners. As I remember the story, he was always a bit more timid than some Shiloh Shepherds and his breeders really intended to always keep him. However, the seemingly perfect home came along for him and they thought he would fit in wonderfully and have lots more individual attention, etc. There was immediate rapport between the new people and Rumble from the first meeting. So, he went to his new home and someone carelessly opened a door and he bolted. His first owners made herculean efforts to locate him, but despite everything he was never found. The people opened his website to other lost animals, trying to have something good come of his disappearance and their heartache. There were excellent articles about lost dogs included there. Rumble was an incredibly beautiful dog and I hope that his people were able to forgive themselves for ever parting with him.