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Mitzie is missing!

Discussion in 'Lost and Found Dogs' started by LouLatch, Mar 17, 2013.


  1. LouLatch

    LouLatch PetForums VIP

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    My poor girl has been missing since 2:30pm (17/03/13), she ran off while on a walk up Lamberts Castle, west Dorset.

    She is chipped and has a collar and tag on.

    Shes a black and white staffie, friendly!

    Please help me find her! :crying:
     

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  2. Kitty_pig

    Kitty_pig PetForums VIP

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    Have you registered her with dogs lost? if not please do they will share her story and arrange printable leaflets for people. Everything crossed for you xxx
     
  3. jaycee05

    jaycee05 PetForums VIP

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    Any luck finding your dog? i hope she turns up safe and sound,
    You must be worried to death,
     
  4. Sled dog hotel

    Sled dog hotel PetForums VIP

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    Have you registered her on dog lost, if not that maybe a good idea.
    DogLost - Reuniting Lost Dogs With Their Owners

    Other suggestion stray dogs are now the responsibility of the local council, so if you havent already you need to lodge her details with the dog warden contact details should be on your local council website.

    Other then that I would contact vets in the local area, too just in case she is found and taken there, vets and the council warden should have a scanner anyway but wouldnt hurt to lodge her with them as missing.

    So sorry you are going through this. Hoping the above wont be needed and that you have found her by now.
     
  5. j4nfr4n

    j4nfr4n PetForums VIP

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    any news on mitzie yet i hope you get good news soon if you have'nt already been thinking about you and mitzie
     
  6. LouLatch

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    Hi all thank you for your help. :)

    Just to let u all know we got a phone call at about 7am from a farm not too far from where she ran off to say they had found her!

    She went up to one of the ladies working on the farm and she managed to get her on the lead.

    She is very muddy and tired but other wise fine, she has had a small meal and is now in bed.

    I have been ringing round to let everyone know she is home. I was dreaming about putting up posters today (not that i got much sleep!) but all is well now.

    Thanks again!
     
  7. JANICE199

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    So pleased you have your girl home safe and sound.:D:D
     
  8. jaycee05

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    Oh, that is good news, i am so pleased for you:)
     
  9. Sled dog hotel

    Sled dog hotel PetForums VIP

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    Really glad that she has turned up and home safe now.
     
  10. 8tansox

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    Glad you've found her and she's safe.

    Put plenty of sugar in your tea now!
     
  11. lozzibear

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    Great news! So happy for you both :D
     
  12. blossom21

    blossom21 PetForums Senior

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    Was thinking about Mitzie when I was at work,so pleased shes back safe and sound, extra cuddles for her. ;)
     
  13. Raone

    Raone PetForums Newbie

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    Very sad to read this ?? So any progress on this ??

    BTW how can a Pet run away from owner ?? Infact they are shadows of owner and if they run away then they are not bonded to home or owner !! Just my thought..

    My family leave me down the apartment in Garden, I myself roam around and come back to home or where my Daddy sits!! My friends do the same!!

    Were you little strict with your pet ?
     
  14. sskmick

    sskmick PetForums VIP

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    Please read the thread.

    You obviously haven't owned many dogs, just my thought.
     
  15. lostbear

    lostbear Bear right at Newcastle . . .

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    I agree.

    My dogs usually stick to me like glue, but on occasion (e.g. a really interesting rabbit, or just thinking that they deserve a longer walk than I have time for, or one time, some effin eejit deliberately cantering a horse straight into them) they have run off and I've had to search for them and get them back. Dogs are interested in stuff - they get distracted - it happens.
     
  16. Moobli

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    Phew! Pleased you got her home safe and sound.
     
  17. Supasilvfoxy

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    I like good news! Good news makes me smile!

    Bless her, she was found weeks ago, someone (looking at Roane now) woked up an old thread and we all started panicking for the wee staffy, I'm glad I read the first page on the thread and followed it to it's happy conclusion. :biggrin:
     
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