Lost: Tan Border Terrier Female In Scotland (PH8)

  • Dog ID 154523
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 24 Feb 2020
  • Name TILLY
  • Gender & Breed Female Border Terrier (Spayed)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Tan
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 23 Feb 2020
  • Where Lost Past the bridge in Dunkeld (Perthshire, Scotland) on the Birnam side
  • Lost In Region Scotland
  • Lost In Post Area PH8
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Tilly slipped into the water past the bridge at Dunkeld on the Birnam side at about 5pm in Sunday 23 Feb 2020. The owner was unable to follow as she slipped and injured her foot. Please take care checking the river banks and any sign of Tilly please call the numbers below Lisa: 07834 850227 Kirst: 07730 618473
  • Phone 1 07834 850227
  • Phone 2 07730 618473
  • Listed By Sue Forrester
  • Views 1969
  • Alerts Sent 57
  • TILLYPoster Image
  • TILLYExtra Image

 

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Bur48
Female BT handed in to Village Vets And Meadowbank. Tel 01244 548866. Microchipped but number not responding. FB post says she has gone to Dog Warden
DogLostGeoffA - Area Volunteer, Cornwall, Scotland & Northumberland
UPDATES (from Facebook):
From Missing Dogs Perthshire (drone footage available via Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/missingdogsperthshire/

"Another day out with the drone and sadly no sighting of Tilly, there are some pretty major islands in the Tay, although water levels suggest these were probably covered on Sunday night , they need to be discounted from the search so time was taken flying each island to rule them out. this is just a short clip of one of the islands"

and from Missing Pets, Perth and Kinross Scotland (https://www.facebook.com/MissingPetsInPerthAndKinross/):

"***TILLY UPDATE, 26/02/2020***

Morning everyone, I’m sorry for not doing an update last night but things were very busy with us helping other missing pets too ❤️
Sadly there is still no news on sweet Tilly. Our volunteers have been out helping since the night Tilly went missing and continue to do so. We have been keeping track of all areas searched and the river Tay from Birnam down to Luncarty has been searched repeatedly but it’s still a good idea that these areas keep getting checked. Our equipment along with our volunteers is being used too to check parts of the banking, especially parts that are difficult to access.
We are lucky to have gillies helping and providing valuable knowledge of the river along with checking their stretches of the river. Due to the height of the water they haven’t been out on their boats but as long as the water levels continue to drop they will be able to go out soon and check other parts of the river banking.
Even with the water levels dropping, please do be careful when searching and let us and someone else know too where you are going to be searching for Tilly.
On the behalf of Tilly’s family, thank you everyone for all the continued help and support you are giving them during this difficult time ❤️"
DogLostJenkins-Admin for Found Dogs
Mary ..thanks fir your very kind offer. Could I suggest texting or phoning one of the numbers listed above as your comment may be missed.
Mary
I would like to help with the search for Tilly. I could walk my dog in Dunkeld/Birnam tomorrow. Can you suggest the best route?
DogLostJenkins-Admin for Found Dogs
Tilly is already shared on the sites I normally use, Dotty's Army Scotland, Scottish Lost Found Dogs and Harveys Army Scotland facebook pages; I have added the Dog Lost link to each. I am praying that Tilly is found and reunited xLast edited: 2020-02-24 17:43:30 by Jenkins-Admin for Found Dogs
DogLostSharon - Social Media Team
Details shared to DogLost.co.uk Facebook Group X
DogLostGeoffA - Area Volunteer, Cornwall, Scotland & Northumberland
Update from Missing Dogs Perthshire (10.15am 24/2):
"We have created a poster of Tilly with our DogLost colleagues and ask that you please share. If all searchers in the Birnam area please keep the poster to hand on your phone it’s easier to share to other searchers/walkers. Many thanks to all our searchers who are giving us feedback on their searches and please take care and search in pairs where possible. There is no news as yet. Tilly used to be a Game-Keeper’s dog and was a good swimmer so we hope that was on her side xx Many thanks for your continued help searching - we are hoping to get our thermal drone up once there is a break in the weather xx"
twoDs
Tilly is already in Border Terriers Lost & Found and most of the BT groups on FB and is getting many many shares.Just hope she is found soon
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent.
DogLostGeoffA - Area Volunteer, Cornwall, Scotland & Northumberland
Duplicates 154521 and 154522 have been moved to UNKNOWN to leave this one as active post.
Already posted on DogLost Central Scotland, DogLost Highlands & Islands and local groups in Perthshire.
Will add link & Poster image to posts where I can and send standard advice sheets.
Admin
Sorry to see that TILLY is missing.
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