Lost: Black And Tan New Zealand Huntaway Female In Wales (LD3)

  • Dog ID 147323
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 14 Aug 2019
  • Name JESS
  • Gender & Breed Female New Zealand Huntaway
  • Age Young Adult
  • Colour Black and tan
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 12 Aug 2019
  • Where Lost Sennybridge, Brecon LD3
  • Lost In Region Wales
  • Lost In Post Area LD3
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Jess a young Fema─║e Huntaway missing from farm in Sennybridge area .Jess is Micro chipped so if found it must be reported to the Warden as required by Law
  • Phone 1 01874636280
  • Phone 2 07989309750
  • Listed By Gethin
  • Views 926
  • Alerts Sent 40
  • JESSPoster Image
  • JESSExtra Image


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Millys Mum
Any news on Jess? Any sightings? Like others on DL, I don’t do Facebook and so wonder if I have missed anything but hoping for good news on beautiful Jess. Jill or Gethin could you update us please.
Millys Mum
I really don’t want to suggest this but... is there any chance that Jess may have found her way to your slurry pit (presuming you have one). Also, on another occasion recently on DL, a missing dog was eventually located behind some fallen bales of hay or animal feed, where it was unable to get out. Hoping that your beautiful Jess is found safe and well very soon.
DogLostJill -Area Co-ordinator Wales.
Spoken to Gethin now .Jess was with other dogs on the farm that evening and no reason why she should have gone off alone . Scenting advice has now been given let's hope some good news on this lovely girl soon now x
DogLostJill -Area Co-ordinator Wales.
I will contact Gethin . Also will crop poster pic before I do the poster to share on groups .x
DogLostMillypod (Chris) - Administrative Volunteer
Sharing Twitter.
DogLostSharon - Social Media Team
Details shared to DogLost.co.uk Facebook Group & tweeted @DogLostUK
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in LD3.
Millys Mum
I’m so sorry to read that Jess is missing. What a beautiful looking girl although I just might be a tad biased as we also share our home and lives with one, albeit a boy (our second NZH). In what circumstances did Jess go missing? From home, from a walk, etc? Has she gone missing before? I presume from your postcode that you live in a rural environment (I live in North Kent). As you will know, NZHs can move very fast and are capable of covering great distances. Please try to involve as many family, friends and neighbours as possible and put up many posters. Give your postman/postwoman a batch of mini-flyers and ask them to pass to their colleagues. If you are unable to produce mini-flyers, I am sure that someone on this site can produce them for you and send you a copy via your email address. Also, because NZHs are herding dogs and take their job very seriously, make absolute certain that all local farmers and landowners are aware that Jess is missing. If she is trained to herd, she may decide to herd sheep and/or cattle that she might meet on her travels. Also, inform local cab companies and ask all drivers to keep a copy of Jess’ DogLost Missing Poster in their cabs. And don’t forget asking your local pubs to display Jess’ poster in a prominent place for all customers to see. I’m sorry that I can’t help you ‘on the ground’ as we live many mIles away but I shall be keeping an eye on Jess’ DL page and keeping everything crossed ‘this end’ for her safe return.
Sorry to see that JESS is missing.
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