Lost: Brown/ginger Cocker Spaniel Female In South East (GU24)

  • Dog ID 161276
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 18 Oct 2020
  • Gender & Breed Female Cocker Spaniel
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Brown/ginger
  • Marks & Scars white spot on face
  • Tagged Yes
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 17 Oct 2020
  • Where Lost Ran away from our home whilst walking on the property. House is located on Chestnut Lane just opposite Chobham Woods in Chobham, Surrey GU24.
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area GU24
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info She was last seen at approximately 1pm on Saturday October 17th. She is wearing a red collar with her name, Biscuit, and house telephone number.
  • Phone 1 07900246977
  • Phone 2 01276856000
  • Listed By Carlo
  • Views 1244
  • Alerts Sent 160


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DogLostJulie - Social Media Team, Surrey
From owner "Biscuit is still not back home.
It’s been 6 days since she’s been missing. Since last Saturday when we started the search, we received lots of support from all of you, incredible people helping us find her through drone search, ground search and trained dog tracker. We’ve decided to use all the knowledge gathered from all of you to do once again, proper search of the areas where her scent was picked up and where possible sighting occurred this week - Chobham Woods (from Chestnut Lane side) and the area between Cranleigh and Dunsfold. We know it’s a lot to ask, but as there’s only two of us looking, we would like to kindly reach out asking if anyone would like to help us with ground and drone search this Saturday around area. Maybe if we join forces, we find more lost dogs in our area and bring our beloved back home! Please let us know if you’re free to help!
Thank you!!!"
Carlo, is there any possibility that biscuit could have been taken from the garden, or picked up from outside your property? Ask neighbours and locals if they saw any suspicious vehicles in the area at the relevant time. Also ask if anyone has any cctv, ring doorbell footage or dashcam footage that would help. Joanx
DogLostSharon - Social Media Team
Details shared to DogLost.co.uk Facebook Group X
DogLostMillypod (Chris) - Administrative Volunteer
Sharing Twitter.
I walk my dogs there every day - will there tomorrow morning - is she likely to be attracted to other dogs and run towards them? I will have treats etc so if we see her we will try and encourage her to come to us.
Hello everyone, I'm Biscuit's owner. Firstly, can I thank you all for your help and support. We think Biscuit escaped our property through a fence that runs along Chestnut Lane close to the intersection of Windsor Road, just opposite Chobham Woods. It's possible she ran into Chobham Common, so anyone who is walking in that area please keep an eye out. Thank you once again everyone, I'm so appreciative of your help.
I am there every day so will keep a look out and try and cover a wide area.
DogLostJulie - Social Media Team, Surrey
Thank you so much Polpat it is possible she could have gone onto the common please keep a look out as you are doing when out walking. Owner is printing posters to put up in and around the area today and I believe a kind person will be flying a drone over the area later on today. J. x
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Thank you Polpat!
I looked for Biscuit whilst walking on Chobham Common this morning - do you know which way she ran? Would she have gone onto the common itself?
Shared to Lost and Found Pets UK and to Sky's Angels on FB
DogLostPoochpal - Regional Co-ordinator, South West
Updated region to SE.
DogLostJulie - Social Media Team, Surrey
Posted on thread on Dog Lost Surrey FB page
DogLostRavenette - Area Coordinator, West Sussex
Advice sent. I hope that Biscuit is safely back home very soon.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent.
Sorry to see that BISCUIT SEARCH PARTY is missing.
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