Reunited: Tan Cross Breed Female

  • Dog ID 150824
  • Status Reunited
  • Registered 15 Nov 2019
  • Name MITZI
  • Gender & Breed Female Cross Breed (Spayed)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Tan
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Yes
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 14 Nov 2019
  • Where Lost Escaped from home in Ludgershall. Last seen near Welcome Strangers Inn near Kimpton, heading back in the direction of Ludgershall.
  • Lost In Region South West
  • Lost In Post Area SP11
  • Date Reunited 14 Feb 2020
  • Other Info She is running scared and WILL NOT appproach. Please do NOT try to catch or chase, it will just make her run further away. Please just report any sightings. Wearing a pink collar and tag
  • Phone 1 07708 545577
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By Louise
  • Views 3662
  • Alerts Sent 175
  • MITZIPoster Image
  • MITZIExtra Image


Sightings and Information

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DogLostMandy (Wiltshire)
Yay. Well done ladies. Fantastic news!!
DogLostPoochpal - Regional Co-ordinator, South West
Lovely to see Mitzi in the blue after all this time, well done Karen and Co. I hope she settles quickly into homelife. X
DogLostjenny4 - Area Co-ordinator, West Hampshire
Well done everyone .Welcome home Sweetheart xx💖💖
DogLostSharon - Social Media Team
Brilliant news x
DogLostJohns Petcare Devizes - DogLost Area Volunteer Wiltshire
Another epic streetdog - details on her page -
Drone SAR
Great news to hear Mitzi, has been found and reunited. Drone SAR were involved from November 17th when Mitzi, was reported to us as missing and a help request came in. We couldn’t fly drones in the area as to near an air base but had ground searchers tagged in. Sadly Mitzi, was taken into a private group and locked down as so often happens. Welcome home Mitzi, now stay safe baby xxLast edited: 2020-02-14 20:47:50 by Drone SAR
To confirm Mitzi was caught today by our Solstice team members. NO OTHER group is involved in her capture at all - it has already been indicated on fb otherwise. We set up the Mitzi page and the only non member was her fosterer (and friends). No other groups have helped or suported us, nor was it requested.
wow wonderful newsLast edited: 2020-02-14 18:31:51 by menaviana
DogLostWill - SM/IT Intern, Area Volunteer for Dorset/Hampshire Border
Pleased to say Mitzi has been reunited!
.Last edited: 2020-01-13 20:47:55 by JenB
DogLostCounty Pet ServicesKaren - Area Volunteer, Wiltshire
There have been various sightings of Mitzi in and around Amesbury, but nothing for a week, so it’s important we share her page further afield.
DogLostLisaP - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in SP3,4 as requested x
Please send alerts to SP3/4 area if not already done
Possible sightings Monday at 9.30am on westbound carriageway A303 by junction if A338 - area is near a sighting last week. Then at midnight Monday night near Telegraph hill towards Bulford.
Last confirmed sighting is still over near Racedown farm Thruxton down. Possible sightings in Perham near Lambsdown terrace on Tuesday evening at 6.30pm and Tuesday evening in a field over near the Castle at 4.30/4.45 (extremely unlikely they would both be her) but she could easily get mistaken for a Fox in bad light / evening.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
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DogLostJohns Petcare Devizes - DogLost Area Volunteer Wiltshire
Seen north of Racedown Farm, Thruxton SP11 8PP on Monday 18th.

Please DO NOT CALL, CHASE or try to CATCH, but if seen IGNORE, WITHDRAW and contact 07562399389
Sue - onestopalldogs
Shared to @onestopalldogsLost Facebook and Twitter
DogLostJohns Petcare Devizes - DogLost Area Volunteer Wiltshire
Hopefully Mitzi can make her own way home if no one stops her. We think she knows exactly where she is and where home is. As ever, it is more about passive observation than active searching.
Sighting at Perham tank Crossing posted on spotted in Tidworth
DogLostJohns Petcare Devizes - DogLost Area Volunteer Wiltshire
- it’s probably safest to assume that Mitzi’s in survival mode and views all humans as predators. This way searchers can’t do anything wrong, otherwise, if people get too close, or make any attempt to catch her, she will panic and panicked dogs move out of the area and make bad decisions.

- the aim is to get her to come back to a safe location regularly, by feeding her, then a decision can be made about the best way to catch her – by hand, by humane trap, enclosed area, darting

- if it’s a safe location, regularly leave food at every sighting at the time she was spotted or dawn and dusk. Scan area with a thermal imaging/infrared camera/drone if available

- once on scene, use passive body language – no eye contact, bowed head, lie/sit down, turn away from her, no noise, smooth movements. Attract her by throwing smelly tasty treats behind or to the side of you, not at her - sausages, chicken, cheese. It can take hours to gain trust and for survival mode to fade out so go prepared. Hopefully this won't be the case but it's best to be prepared.

- many dogs will return home if they're left alone. This commonly occurs during the early hours of the morning. Place unwashed cloths on the washing line to create a scent trail to guide her home, along with her bedding on the ground ready for her, and allow access to the property.

Please also join DroneSAR in case drone searching is required will print 50 free A4 posters delivered next day. You’ll need more and maybe A5 flyers as well, but it’s a start.

How long have you had her ?

How well does she know the area ?

Confidence level around dogs/humans/generally ?

Comprehensive missing dog advice from Epic Dog Academy -

Survival mode briefing from Buddha Dog Rescue -
Last edited: 2019-11-16 17:08:15 by Johns Petcare Devizes - DogLost Area Volunteer Wiltshire
DogLostSharon - Social Media Team
Details Shared to our National DogLost FB group x
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in SP9,11. SN8.

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