Lost: Brindle Cross Breed Female In South East (TN35)

  • Dog ID 139143
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 07 Jan 2019
  • Name PIXEL
  • Gender & Breed Female Cross Breed (Spayed)
  • Age Elderly
  • Colour Brindle
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Yes
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 07 Jan 2019
  • Where Lost East Hill barbecue area
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area TN35
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info It is REQUIRED BY LAW to REPORT finding any dog to the DOG WARDENS. If you have any information as to where this dog is please call Doglost in TOTAL CONFIDENCE.
  • Phone 1 07758 511789
  • Phone 2 07855 353029
  • Listed By Jane
  • Views 1697
  • Alerts Sent 260
  • PIXELPoster Image
  • PIXELExtra Image


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It doesn`t ` seem like it MaryG
Was a Tracker dog used in the search?
Hi I just wondered if Pixel has been found ?
DogLostTK - Area Volunteer, East Sussex
Owner is having trouble logging onto Doglost.
Despite many people searching over weekend, sadly still not found.
DogLostTK - Area Volunteer, East Sussex
Despite Searches yesterday & Today, sadly Pixel still hasn't been found. So very sad.
DogLostTK - Area Volunteer, East Sussex
Owner is having difficulty logging onto Doglost. A Search was organised for today at 12 Midday.
There were quite a few people up on the East Hill looking under bushes & in the gorse bushes. They were using long sticks/canes to try and gain a good view under the undergrowth.
We had a walk down along Rock a Nore we had a good look up along the cliff with binoculars, sadly nothing to see.
I'm not 100% sure but I think the coastgaurd may also have been up on the hill searching.
We bumped into owner briefly who was out with the search, she did say that The coastgaurd did have a look into the gorse/brmbles last night for about an hour but sadly with no luck.
Is so sad and frustrating because if she is caught up/ trapped in the undergrowth along the cliff edge there is no way of getting in fully to search. but people are searching as far in as they can.
DogLostTK - Area Volunteer, East Sussex
Met up with Owner this morning, She is doing everything she can to try and find her dear old dog. Put posters up along Barley Lane & up on East Hill, owner has also already put up posters in same area and she has been along Rock a Nore in Old Town and put posters up. Gave one to Reception at Shearbarn The lady said she would ask maintenence Team to keep a look out.
We met a lot of Dog Walkers and stopped and spoke, all had heard of Pixel and were looking out for her.
It seems Pixel was being walked by the BBQ Area , she was seen at one corner, by the time owner got to the other corner and looked round Pixel had gone. Owner spent a few hours that night looking and has been searching ever since.
She may have gone slightly downhill into the thick gorse/bramble hedging that is at the cliff edge, Owner has looked as far as she can into the gorse, and has used abroom to try and get better visibility, torches have been used to try and see in at night.
There are some badger holes near to the BBQ Area, these have been checked, other option as advised to owner would be to use hose & funnel to listen down them, but due to Pixel being so frail, It would seem unlikely she would be able to climb the bank to get near the badger holes?
Owner has had a couple of BBQ's with no luck.
Dog Warden, Police, Fire Brigade, Coast Gaurd, Lifeboat & Fishermen have been informed.
A Drone was used Wed & Thurs . On Wed it did pick up an animal. ?Dog?fox on cliff face, Sadly yesterday this wasn't seen again. The man with the Drone is hopefully going back tomorrow.
Owner has also spoke with RSPCA and Cliff Rescue who say they will come and rescue if a def sighting.
Owner is doing all she can. Although It is an impossible task to search all the gorse etc due to the thickness and locality to Cliff Top. Last edited: 2019-01-11 15:02:46 by TK - Area Volunteer, East Sussex
DogLostTK - Area Volunteer, East Sussex
I have printed posters and will have a walk around area.
DogLostTK - Area Volunteer, East Sussex
Just to say that the Chap with the Drone went back today to take a further look at the area where the possible sighting of an animal was yesterday. Sadly didn't pick anything up today. Owner tried a BBQ today near to where she was last seen, again sadly no sign of her.
DogLostTK - Area Volunteer, East Sussex
Sadly Still Missing. A Drone was flown over the area today.Looking at fb post on Hastings Dog Lovers, it seems there is a query as to whether an animal spotted on the video may be a dog or another animal. It says the Coastgaurd has been alerted. Am sure owner will update with any relevant news but just wanted to post this to give a bit of a further update.
DogLostAlison - Administrator, Head Office & Area Co-ordinator, Lincolnshire
Email from owner

Pixel is still missing I'm afraid, despite lots of people out searching all day yesterday from dawn to dark. I will keep you updated, and thankyou again, from the bottom of my heart xx
DogLostTK - Area Volunteer, East Sussex
Email alert received. So Sorry to see Pixel is missing. Please can the owner confirm whether she is still missing and if possible give a bit more information as to how she went missing and any other info that may be helpful.
Shared to PAW https://www.facebook.com/groups/PAWhelpingdogs/permalink/851893815153454/
DogLostAlison - Administrator, Head Office & Area Co-ordinator, Lincolnshire
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DogLostSarah - Twitter Co-ordinator & Area Co-ordinator, Cambridgeshire
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DogLostSarah - Twitter Co-ordinator & Area Co-ordinator, Cambridgeshire
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