Lost: Black And Tan German Shepherd Cross Female In Scotland (DD1)

  • Dog ID 143644
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 13 May 2019
  • Gender & Breed Female German Shepherd Cross (Neutered)
  • Age Young Adult
  • Colour black and tan
  • Marks & Scars jess is a small gsd x collie type, she has a docked tail with a curly coat
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 12 May 2019
  • Where Lost she went missing from forest park road dundee after being scared off by another dog, jess is a very timid and scared dog who thinks all humans are out to hurt her. SHE HAS BEEN SEEN on Blackness road,
  • Lost In Region Scotland
  • Lost In Post Area DD1
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info jess is a spanish rescue who has been in foster for around 3 months with myself and parner, she went to her new home on friday whilst out for a walk she was approached by a french bulldog and it scared her off causing her to slip her lead.Jess is very street savvy and is staying in the vicinity of where she was lost she has been sighted several times. unfortunatly myself and partner live in Stirling and cant always get up to search for her but her new owner is always out looking for her, if spotted please a
  • Phone 1 07946853763
  • Phone 2 07514803554
  • Listed By cassie
  • Views 1117
  • Alerts Sent 64
  • JESS SIGHTEDPoster Image
  • JESS SIGHTEDExtra Image


Sightings and Information

Please post if you have news about this dog. Log in above or register to leave comments or to like them.
Please note that DogLost cannot be held responsible for the content of any other sites mentioned or linked to here.

DogLostGeoffA - Area Volunteer, Cornwall, Scotland & Northumberland
Jess also has her own Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Have-you-seen-Jess-Dundee-DD1-356273738579010/
Jess has been sighted multiple times around Scott Street, City Road
Isn't there any news on little Jess x
DogLostGeoffA - Area Volunteer, Cornwall, Scotland & Northumberland
Nina - the standard advice sheets I sent yesterday include scenting advice. No harm in repeating though :-)
Has anyone given owner scenting instructions. Its when you leave a trail of owners pee in a trial of your choosing back home. You can also do this by cutting up any dirty washing ie socks into small pieses and leave a trail/ If it rains you will have to do it again. Make sure you leave access to the garden.
thankyou jess has been sighted multiple times around the area we keep getting sightings which is good she seems to be trying to make her way home but keeps getting of track.
My partner saw Jess walking down Bankmill road towards Millnbank road today at 5. By the time he parked his work van and went to look he couldn't find her. We looked for another 20 minutes but didn't see which way she turned at the bottom of the road. Will keep looking.
DogLostSharon - Social Media Team
Details shared to DogLost.co.uk Facebook Group & Tweeted @DogLostUK x
DogLostGeoffA - Area Volunteer, Cornwall, Scotland & Northumberland
Poster image cropped & framed for improved poster presentation (refresh page to view).
Will add link & poster image to existing shared post on DogLost Central Scotland and send standard advice sheets.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent.
Sorry to see that JESS SIGHTED is missing.
  • If your dog is microchipped please let the microchip company know that your dog is missing and check that all details are up to date.
  • Owners targeted by a malicious hoaxer demanding money for the return of their dog should phone the police on 101 immediately and contact investigations@doglost.co.uk
  • A photograph of your dog is essential for the website. If you have not already uploaded one, please do so by clicking on Update details. Alternatively you can email it to admin@doglost.co.uk quoting the dog's DogLost ID number: (143644)
  • Obtain a missing poster by clicking on View poster above. Posters are very important so start postering now!
  • You will need to be logged in to upload photos, edit your dog's details, or add comments. You can add comments by clicking on Click here to add a comment.
  • Contact dog wardens, vets and local rescue centres, and in Scotland, the Police. Give a detailed description with any distinguishing marks/scars or send them a copy of your DogLost poster. You can find vets in your area here.
  • If your dog has been stolen inform the police immediately and obtain a crime reference number (CRN). Send an email to stolen@doglost.co.uk.
  • If your dog is picked up and taken to rescue kennels, it can be legally re-homed after seven days. Visit rescue centres in person and do not rely on checking by phone alone. Other people may not recognise your dog by your description, so give them a DogLost poster.
  • Keep us updated by keeping your dog's page up to date and check for posts from helpers who may have suggestions and possible matches or sightings
  • DogLost is free and anyone asking for money to find or return your dog is not volunteering for us. If you are concerned about an approach you have received, please call our helpline on 01633 668 364. Lines are open seven days a week 08:00-20:00.

Please donate

All donations go towards running the website, maintaining the helpline and keeping DogLost free to all dog owners!


Contact us