Lost: Mainly White With Brown Patches English Springer Spaniel Male In Scotland (EH31)

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  • Dog ID 36019
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 06 Jan 2012
  • Name ENZO
  • Gender & Breed Male English Springer Spaniel
  • Age
  • Colour Mainly white with brown patches
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Unknown
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 02 Jan 2012
  • Where Lost Tranent, Midlothian EH31
  • Lost In Region Scotland
  • Lost In Post Area EH31
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Dog was lost near the river Spey between Melgarve and Glen Roy, Highland region on Monday 2nd January 2012.
  • Phone 1 0131 453 2391
  • Phone 2 07753 623 968
  • Listed By Sable - Regional Co-ordinator, Scotland
  • Views 1881
  • ENZOPoster Image
  • ENZOExtra Image


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Found mainly white springer...in Forest dog rescue....and posted on the fb page Pets lost and found in worcester
VERY skinny springer almost all white apart from head found and on Found in UK site or Strayaid x
found mostly white 46361 on lost dogs
there is a mainly white springer under stray dogs on strayaction.com

DogLostLostdogs ScotlandSable - Regional Co-ordinator, Scotland
The postcode is as given by the person who entered the details on Lostdogs-Scotland - who is not the owner.There is no update at the moment.
text sent for an update
I think the postcode needs checking/correcting as
EH31 = Gullane postcode
EH33 = Tranent but the dog was not lost from home postcode
PH31/PH20 = Scotland Highlands - Melgarve/Loch Spey which would be correct for lost post code area.
DogLostLostdogs ScotlandSable - Regional Co-ordinator, Scotland
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Sorry to see that ENZO is missing.
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