Lost: White With Tan Patches On Face And Back Jack Russell Terrier Cross Male In South East (SW15)

  • Dog ID 24444
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 04 Aug 2010
  • Name SKIP
  • Gender & Breed Male Jack Russell Terrier Cross
  • Age Young Adult
  • Colour White with tan patches on face and back
  • Marks & Scars Very prominent dew claws on his hind paws.
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Unknown
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 27 Jul 2010
  • Where Lost Reported lost whilst out with dog walker between 2.00 and 3.00pm on Tuesday 27th July - possibly hit by vehicle on A3 (in the path of traffic heading into central London) between Coomb Lane West junct
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area SW15
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Skip reportedly bolted from the dog walker and ran onto the A3 somewhere between Robin Hood roundabout and Coomb Lane West juntion. He has very easy-going, happy temperament, he is not skittish or nervous so we don't know what happened but he has completely vanished.
  • Phone 1 07908225713
  • Phone 2 07854358385
  • Listed By Pippa
  • Views 2286
  • SKIPPoster Image
  • SKIPExtra Image


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Hi everyone, we have been down to Battersea dogs home but Skip isn't there. They did suggest calling the Blue Cross which I will do. thanks, Pippa
I am now in contact with battersea to chase this up
I visited Battersea Dogs Home yesterday to look for my missing dog Lola I was shown dogs brought in from the last seven days, this was before I had looked at your ad please check with them as I am sure I was shown a Jack Russell.
DogLostAunt Stef - Area Volunteer, West London
I have put Skip up on Facebook - Doglost West London .Have sent text & email with my contact details to offer help here.
posted on the south east site facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/DOGLOST-SOUTH-EAST/108676119161031?ref=ts I hope little skip is home soon
Hi everyone, thanks for your posts. We have been out putting posters out today all round the area - the suggestion to put one at the cafe by the Windmill car park at Wimbledon Common is a good one - we'll get one up there. My sister has been to see the wardens there to report him as well. He is a very friendly and balanced, well adjusted little dog. To be honest we find it hard to believe that he took off in the way the dog walker says he did - it doesn't seem consistent with his temperament at all. Thanks very much for your efforts and help. Pippa
Yes there are mounted Wardens on Wimbledon Common and it will be necessary to get their permission to poster. Many many people walk their dogs up there and in Richmond Park and can be asked to keep an eye out. If Skip is friendly he will very likely approach other walkers and their dogs. Putting fliers in the cafe is a good idea, esp as the professional dog-walkers tend to park their big vans there; also take some round to all the local livery stables
For the KT people who know about the "found dog" I have checked and its not skip
Additional thought that Wimbledon Common has a very busy cafe at the Windmill I should think that hundreds of people are using it this time of year maybe a good place to ask if they will take a poster.
Know this area very well from years ago. It borders Wimbledon and Wimbedon common, New Malden,Kingston, Wandsworth and Richmond Park. Many large houses with big gardens in this area. Richmond Park and Wimbledon Common have there own rangers who patrol they may be worth contacting.
I have printed the poster and will display it in my area SW11 also have been working in Kingston Hill will look out for Skip and give poster to local residents
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Poster e mailed to local helpers in SW postcodes and TW1,2,7,8,9,10 KT1,2,3,4,5,6,19,14
Will put on twitter see if any drivers saw anything.
DogLostLostdogs ScotlandSable - Regional Co-ordinator, Scotland
emailed advice.
DogLostLostdogs ScotlandSable - Regional Co-ordinator, Scotland
Hi, I’m sorry to hear Skip is missing. Someone will try to make personal contact with you as soon as possible, to offer advice and help. Firstly contact dog wardens, vets and local rescue centres. Give them all a detailed description of your dog with any distinguishing marks/scars. You can find vets in your own area by clicking on the green logo which says “Find Any UK VET”, on the right hand side of the page under the “latest missing dogs” photo - top right. You can also add comments and update the dog’s status, e.g.sightings, re-united etc. by clicking on “add a comment” at the bottom of the page. If your dog is microchipped please let the microchip company know that your dog is missing and at the same time, check that all details held, are up to date. You can obtain a “MISSING” poster from "view poster" above. You can only print posters when you are signed in. Start postering now! I CANNOT EMPHASISE HOW VERY IMPORTANT THIS IS. If your dog is picked up and taken to rescue kennels, it can be re-homed legally, after 7 days if it has no identification (microchip or ID disk attached), so please try to visit rescue centres, to look for your dog, give them a poster and keep in touch with them every few days.. Do not rely on checking by phone alone, as other people may not recognise your dog by your description.

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