Lost: Chocolate Brown Shar Pei Male In South East (SE18)

  • Dog ID 25682
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 20 Oct 2010
  • Name COCO
  • Gender & Breed Male Shar Pei
  • Age Young Adult
  • Colour Chocolate Brown
  • Marks & Scars Coco stands below the knee in hight.he is a small type Shar pei
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Unknown
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 19 Oct 2010
  • Where Lost Plumstead, Flaxton Road, taken to a vet in Woolwich where he was spotted and claimed by a white male in 20s driving an old Fiesta.
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area SE18
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info The vet handed him over 10 minutes after receiving him without even asking for any details or ID and no questions asked!!
  • Phone 1 020 8855 9994
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By rinaldi36
  • Views 2711
  • COCOPoster Image
  • COCOExtra Image


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Miss Marple
Try this brown Sharpei http://www.wirral.gov.uk/wirraldogs/Detail.asp?DogsID=8239
Two y/o black Shar Pei for rehoming as owner going to college. Slightly strange.
any news on this boy?
Owner has checked out Yoshi at Binfield dog rescue,and its not him,Coco stands below the knee and is one of the smaller type Shar pei's.
There has been a sharpei found in Colchester. I know it's 60 miles away but you never know. It was found on the 19th, there are no details just a number to ring:- 01206 282581.
I found this on Alfies lost dog site.
What colour was the old Ford Fiesta?
Millys Mum
I do hope the Woolwich vet is doing their bit in searching for Coco (or should it be Koko?). When our vets lost our cat they went out of their way to assist and pay for the large missing ad in the local paper. They also paid all photocopying costs and put up the reward money.
We are still searching for Koko (coco), has been an article in our local newspaper and have had a few calls all stating seen in the welling area (john Newton Court) we are following this up but the police are not very helpful. Keep looking in all other areas in case this is a red herring, thanks to all helping, we wont give up till he's back home.
This is unacceptable on the vets part! I can't believe they were so careless! This is the 4th dog stolen in a 2 mile radius in 2 weeks! SICK!
Owner why not draw as much atttention as possible by hiring or buying a megaphone and stand in a busy place and let veryone know that Coco is missing. Hand out some missing posters as well. It might bring media attention if it gets known what desperate steps you are taking.
Millys Mum
Big article in this week's News Shopper and so bumping this boy up. Good Luck!
Millys Mum
Any news? Any phone calls? Any information? Any media coverage? Owners, would you update Coco's page please.
Millys Mum
Coco's owners, can you get a local newspaper interested in Coco's missing story and ask them to place an appeal? Also, make sure you visit your local Royal Mail sorting office - leave a couple of large posters and leave a bundle of mini-flyers (if required, we can send these to you via your email address) so that all posties can have Coco's contact details to hand. They really are the best people to know about any new large dogs living at an address on their round!! You really do need to poster like mad and make Coco the best known and hottest boy in town. Believe us when we say that you really cannot have too many posters!!! Good Luck.Last edited: 2010-10-23 20:29:15 by Millys Mum
Thanks Jayne.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Poster e mailed to helpers in SE2,3,7,9,10,12,18,28. DA5,6,7,14,15,16,17,18.
Owner has already got a CRN .Advice has been given and will also send an email.Photo Should be recieved in admin soon,so Alerts can be sent out and posters made.
posted on the Doglost South east Site Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/DOGLOST-SOUTH-EAST/108676119161031
i hope coco is home with you soon

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