Reunited: Black Cocker Spaniel Male

  • Dog ID 14681
  • Status Reunited
  • Registered 16 Aug 2008
  • Name OLLIE
  • Gender & Breed Male Cocker Spaniel
  • Age Adult
  • Colour black
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Yes
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 14 Aug 2008
  • Where Lost Sheen Wood, Upper Richmond Road.
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area SW14
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info
  • Phone 1 07957 364567
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By Jayne - Administrator, Head Office
  • Views 908
  • OLLIEPoster Image
  • OLLIEExtra Image

 

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Millys Mum
Welcome home Ollie. I'm so very pleased for his owners. Keep safe boy and no more running off!
Last edited: 2010-05-11 02:17:18
FrankieB
Great news!
Last edited: 2010-05-11 02:17:18
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Ollie has been found safe and well.Last edited: 2010-05-11 02:17:18
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Scenting advice has been given.Last edited: 2010-05-11 02:17:18
DogLostLostdogs ScotlandSable - Regional Co-ordinator, Scotland
Poster everywhere you can. Firstly inform the Dog warden, (if this has not been done ),who you will be able to contact at your council offices. Posters (In plastic folders) need to be put up in the area where your dog went missing, or where there have been sightings, if any - on lamp posts, entrances to parks and strategic places in parks,  like at the start and finish of tracks and paths, dog bins, at vets, pet shops, garages, pubs, carry-out food shops, post offices,  local shops who often allow postcards in the window, supermarkets who have notice boards, community centres, youth clubs, schools etc. You can ask the postman, milkman, taxi drivers,  street cleaners,  bin men (even put poster on bins), to take some flyers and hand them out on their rounds. You can ask school bus drivers and kids on the bus, or if you have kids on the bus, get them to hand out flyers at school.  Deliver flyers to houses, businesses & pop through letterboxes . Hand out flyers to people in the street, especially dog walkers. Put posters or flyers  in  car windows. Rescue centres and kennels, also police offices need checking regularly and preferably visited in person, by owner or someone who knows the dog, because your dog or it's breed may not be recognised by other people. Also police are sometimes too busy to deal with it. Get some media coverage if you can, by asking the local radio station to broadcast your dog as missing and put an ad in the local newspaper with a picture of him. Good luck. Hope he is home very soon.  Keep his profile high and OUT THERE.  Last edited: 2010-05-11 02:17:18

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