Lost: Black Labrador Retriever Female In North East (S63)

  • Dog ID 31443
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 30 Jul 2011
  • Name BELLA
  • Gender & Breed Female Labrador Retriever
  • Age
  • Colour Black
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged
  • Microchipped Unknown
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 29 Jul 2011
  • Where Lost In corn fields near to Cottage of Content, West Melton, Rotherham.
  • Lost In Region North East
  • Lost In Post Area S63
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info
  • Phone 1 01709876641
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By BarnsleyWCO
  • Views 2901
  • BELLAPoster Image
  • BELLAExtra Image

 

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Donzo Findmydog Canine
Is there an update on Bella?
Puddies
black small female on found pages today, unkown if microchipped, could be worth a look
Ruth
Black lab found DE13 postcode (only about 50 miles away) on 3rd Nov. Says she's microchipped though ..... but as Bella. Long shot but worth looking - 34109
scootjockey
Pray you track Bella s whereabouts very soon.Sounds like she s had a rough time in the short time she s been away from you.Bless her. Gail. x
BarnsleyWCO
Its my number, not the owners.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Is the contact number above for you or the ownwe please.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
bumped due to new information...
BarnsleyWCO
The owners are continuing to look for Bella and have found out she was picked up straying the following day by an un-known person. She has been passed on at least twice and has been taken to Arncliffe Vets as someone has thought she was being neglected (she has had a bad stomach bug recently and lost weight- still recovering). Arncliffe refusing to pass on details but we now believe she is somewhere in Swinton, Rotherham. Owner working with dog wardens to see if they can obtain address and visit with a view to returning her home. Will let you know of further news.
BarnsleyWCO
The owners are continuing to look for Bella and have found out she was picked up straying the following day by an un-known person. She has been passed on at least twice and has been taken to Arncliffe Vets as someone has thought she was being neglected (she has had a bad stomach bug recently and lost weight- still recovering). Arncliffe refusing to pass on details but we now believe she is somewhere in Swinton, Rotherham. Owner working with dog wardens to see if they can obtain address and visit with a view to returning her home. Will let you know of further news.
BarnsleyWCO
Hi Flying Doctor, I believe the field was walked numerous times by the person who lost his dog (we know him through a friend and agreed to help through doglost). Without going into too much detail, we really appreciate your efforts and really do hope Bella returns home soon, but am going to pass it back to the owner to continue looking for Bella and pick up things with doglost if he so wishes. We will continue to help the many springers that come to us at www.syessr.co.uk.
Flying Doctor:
Another thought have you walked the field some people put snares for rabbitsand she could be caught by one.
Flying Doctor:
I work at Brampton Ellis school just up from the Cottage. I have put it on my facebook, posted a flyer in the local shop and told our local vet Arncliffe Wath. I have also told the mass of dog walkers who daily exerscise their dogs on the field near school. Do hope you find her soon it must be a nightmare for you. Elaine.
DogLostOwl
Bella vanished from cornfields close to her home. It is a place where she would not have simply lost her way. I have suggested a few things to do, including local radio.
BarnsleyWCO
Still no sign of Bella, please keep looking !
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
poster e mailed to helpers in S61,62,63,64,65,72,73,74.
Admin
Sorry to see that BELLA is missing.
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