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LOST - Blunder, Boxer bitch, Grand Union Canal, Elthorne Park, Osterley

Discussion in 'Lost and Found Dogs' started by Rescue Remedies, Jun 29, 2009.


  1. Rescue Remedies

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    LOST - Blunder, Boxer bitch, Grand Union Canal, Elthorne Park, Osterley

    Please keep an eye out for Blunder and cross post where you can. If anyone is holding any events can you put her post up on display too? Appreciate your help.

    Name: Blunder

    Boxer bitch, "red" (i.e. brown) with white chest and some white toes, black face. Medium sized dog, small for the boxer breed. Almost 4 years but is often mistaken for a puppy.

    The boxer is a rather square, athletic-looking dog.
    She is a healthy weight, with the ribs being visible.
    Tail is docked to about two inches long.
    Right front leg, wrist area, has a two inch scar from a healed broken leg.
    Currently has four small lumps, with scabbing from scratching, in the area left of centre back at top of ribs, and the hair is slightly worn/discoloured here.

    The face has the small lumps, one on each cheek, like large moles with hairs growing from them, which is typical of boxers.
    The edges of the ears have lumps and worn hair.

    Has black nylon collar, but no identity disc, although she is microchipped in neck region.

    Extremely friendly, bouncy dog.

    Loss is registered with Ealing (ref 456893) Hounslow (ref 401782) and with Battersea Dogs Home, ref number 249326

    Jane Ferrier-May
    07984 727 495
    0208 560 8793

    alternative contact
    John
    0780 1967 606

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    Blunder is home! I received the following message this evening from Jane:

     
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    Thats great news. I lost Oscar for an hour once, and fell to pieces. I dread to think what these poor owners have been through.

    So pleased for them that they got her back.
     
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    that's excellent news :)
     
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