Lost: Black & White (Blue Roan) Cocker Spaniel Female In South West (SP11)

  • Dog ID 160403
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 17 Sep 2020
  • Name CLEO
  • Gender & Breed Female Cocker Spaniel (Spayed)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Black & White (Blue Roan)
  • Marks & Scars Small white streak on her forehead. Also has a recent black type mole over her left eye. Small for breed.
  • Tagged Yes
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 16 Sep 2020
  • Where Lost Vicinity of the old railway track in Wherwell behind mount Cottage, New Barn Lane'
  • Lost In Region South West
  • Lost In Post Area SP11
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Was with her best mate another Cocker Spaniel they live together.She came on the whistle but Cleo didn't which is very much out of character. She has been spayed.
  • Phone 1 01264 861410
  • Phone 2 07710 802510
  • Listed By Clarkey
  • Views 1620
  • Alerts Sent 100
  • CLEO Poster Image
  • CLEO Extra Image


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The landowners and Gamekeeper are still continuing to look for her on the private land. There are public pathways other people can walk but the landowners request that nobody moves off the right of ways.
The owners have offered a reward for her safe return. It would be unlikely but not impossible that she was picked up and sold on to an innocent buyer.

Yes the other dog has been there so has many local so has the Gamekeeper so has the landowner and myself.Last edited: 2020-09-19 13:26:46 by Sammie
Might be a bit obvious, but presume you have been back to location where she disappeared, just with your other dog, her best mate, to see if he or she will pick up her scent and take you to her...joanx
There have been no sightings even though there has been searches and the land owners and game keeper of the land looking.
The area last seen is by the old railway line (permitted pathway that’s well used) and the old banks of the train line are extremely steep in some places with a bit of landslide and many old trees and bushes. The mound / land on the top is quite overgrown but has been looked at many times and the GK has been in there too.
I have been there searching till very late whilst it’s silent but only found a cat and a deer. But we did pick up the noise of both easily and as Cleo has a tag on I would have expected to hear the smallest movement of it and haven’t.
A drone has been used yesterday and I was told one was up today but tbh the view accross the fields is quite good as not been ploughed yet.
There is a risk she was “taken” as only the other dog returned when requested and it would normally be Cleo who returned first.
As I previously wrote; this is very very close to her home where she has always lived so should of returned, so she has either encountered some difficulty or has been taken.
First to settle the dispute of location. It IS SE, but we are almost on the boarder “ Andover is located in the county of Hampshire, South East England, six miles west of the town of Whitchurch, 17 miles west of the major town of Basingstoke, and 62 miles west of London. Andover lies four miles east of the Wiltshire border.”
DogLostSharon - Social Media Team
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DogLostPoochpal - Regional Co-ordinator, South West
Region should be South East but leaving as it is now. Thank you Sammie for helping the owners, I hope Cleo is spotted soon.
DogLostMillypod (Chris) - Administrative Volunteer
Sharing Twitter.
region is SOUTH WEST
The Dog Warden is aware, the landowner is aware the village is away. She has been circulated on the village WhatsApp group and on the water keepers group. The landowner has searched and they Gamekeeper has used a thermal but so far nothing. There has been no sightings at all she has a collar and is Tagged. She has lived in the same house all her life so the owner hasn’t moved and they only lives very very close to the place she went missing. The tracks you were missing on has a very large “mound” by the side of it that is overgrown That is the bank that would’ve surrounded the old railway line (which is the sunken bit).
Lots of people have been out and I was there till 11pm last night And did find a cat on the mound and then the same cat again moving around so the silence was a benefit because we could isolate any animal moving but we did not hear anything else. Of course there is a possibility that somebody has picked her up and not handed her in. Otherwise she could be stuck or down a hole. Gamekeeper as above is very aware and is checking any areas he is aware of. I I know the landowners and have contact with them so please no one go traipsing about their land without permission.
Viv B
Region is South West. Hope Cleo is found soon.
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Sorry to see that CLEO is missing.
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