Found: Tri Colour Collie Cross Female In South East (KT16)

  • Dog ID 163499
  • Status Found
  • Registered 04 Jan 2021
  • Gender & Breed Female Collie Cross
  • Age Older Adult
  • Colour tri colour
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped No
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Found 04 Jan 2021
  • Where Found Chobham Road, Ottershaw
  • Found In Region South East
  • Found In Post Area KT16
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info PLEASE ONLY CALL IF YOU ARE THE OWNER OF THIS DOG 01932 425718 Runnymede Dog Warden has collected. She is probably an older girl, and may have had puppies at some point. There is no chip. she is very underweight and has sores on her paws.
  • Phone 1 01932 425718
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By Jenkins - Administrator
  • Views 1419


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DogLostJenkins - Administrator
Here is an update for this found dog renamed Fliss by the vets.
On Monday we got a message from a local vet who has supported us with aid asking to help with a dog that had been found wandering on a very busy road. They were worried that she may end up being PTS after the end of her 7 days as she was old and blind so we stepped in. Legally the dog warden had to be called and after taking one look at her when she collected her, she agreed kennels were not what was best for this old neglected girl and agreed that we could take her in under our wing. If she’s not claimed in 7 days we can take her on officially. This is a severe neglect case and our lovely vet who checked her over said she wouldn’t have probably made the night 😢 she was skin and bone and found with a rope tied round her neck. We believe she’s been used for breeding given the state of her teats. She was blind and exhausted 😢 as always, we never say NO! Most would have probably pts but as I said to my vet “even if we can give her a good few weeks of love, warmth and good food so she goes out knowing love, she was owed that at the very least, surely 😢 our amazing Gill from Windlesham vets came to us to assess her as she was too weak to go to the vets. She has mammary tumours which need sorting, she’s diabetic which we are trying to get under control with daily insulin injections, she needs some dental work as she has some rotten infected teeth but first of all we need to get her to put on weight and her diabetes under control before we can do anything to help her. Initially we thought she was maybe 14 plus but our vets said maybe 8ish and sadly she could have lost her sight because her diabetes has been left untreated 😢 what we do know is she’s the sweetest girl you would ever meet, she is so affectionate and loves nothing more then a stroke! She’s eating well and the sight of her on a lovely fluffy dog bed in a warm room filled us all with happiness but also tears at how any human could allow this to happen, bastards!!!!!! The lovely Spinney Hill vets in Addlestone have asked to name her Fliss, so please all meet Fliss ❤️
We will need lots of help financially to help this poor girl so any donations would be much appreciated.
You can donate towards her care via
PayPal (friends and family) and mark it for Fliss thank you xxx
Sometimes we struggle to keep up, rescue is hard work but this makes it worthwhile. Our vet said it’s going to be very expensive but agrees with me, she does deserves the best after all she’s been through, poor girl.
Thank you to the lovely lady who found her and took her to the vets, thanks to Spinney Hill, the dog warden and a massive thanks to our amazing vet for going all out to help our doggies. She has the heart of an Angel! We will keep you posted.....
Love this girl and my heart goes out for her so I am thrilled to read she is in foster and has a loving home with them if not claimed. Hopefully she is going to be a very happy girl, hugs xx
Bless her heart, she looks so sad.
I’m so glad hear she’s in foster & a potential permanent home fingers crossed x
Thank you to those kind people caring for this dear girl xx
Oh that is lovely news!
DogLostJenkins - Administrator
Great news for this old lady ...the vets have informed me that she is now in foster and if not claimed, the foster will be adopting. Some really lovely people out there 💞💞
DogLostJenkins - Administrator
This dog is now in care of Runnymede Dog Warden.
DogLostJulie - Area Co-ordinator - Surrey & South London
Shared to Dog Lost Surrey FB page
Any chance miracle worker Val Grays Border Collie rescue based in Surrey would be prepared to step in to help this poor dog? I'm not on facebook so can't ask the question on her page.
DogLostJenkins - Administrator
Registered via email from vet. Dog Warden has been contacted.
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