Lost: Golden Blond German Shepherd Dog Female In South East (UB4)

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  • Dog ID 41375
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 19 Jul 2012
  • Name MEG
  • Gender & Breed Female German Shepherd Dog
  • Age Adult
  • Colour golden blond
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Unknown
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 17 Jul 2012
  • Where Lost Yeading Lane Hayes Middlesex
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area UB4
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info lost in the Yeading Lane area at 9.30pm tuesday evening. She is lighter in colour than the picture shows and is wearing a blue collar.
  • Phone 1 07960 584773
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By kev
  • Views 1839
  • MEGPoster Image
  • MEGExtra Image


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Hi Coco, there was a photo but has been deleted now as over 4 years since we lost her, never found her such a beautiful dog
No photo Kev. Says' lighter in colour than the picture'. There is no picture ! Please put photo on
Cross post: Found in Yeading UB4
QUOTE: Pets located cross post
Female brown/tan short-haired german shepherd dog (alsatian) dog found in Yeading
Pets Located Reference: UB0009056
Female brown/tan short-haired german shepherd dog (alsatian) dog found in Yeading (UB4) on 8th February 2014
Sex: Female Neutered: Unknown Approx Age: Medium Age
Main Colour: Brown/Tan Other Colours: White
Other Information: The dog is extremely skinny with some skin condition, afraid of human and dogs.QUOTE
Is Meg still missing? If so, is there a picture? Thanks oxox
DogLostJulie - Social Media Team, Surrey
Praying dear Meg is soon home such a lovely dog. With all good wishes. Julie x
Hi BorderTerrific, still no news yet and I'm starting to fear the worst. Have tried all wardens in all areas plus battersea, just don't know what else to do. She is such a friendly dog and would go with anyone that shows affection.
Any news on Meg at all, owner hasn't been on in a while.
Battersea Dogs HomeAbbalish
Make a report with Battersea, we have a site in Windsor that often takes in dogs from the Hayes/Uxbridge areas.
DogLostTeddys Mum - Area Volunteer, West London
Hi Kev, where abouts did Meg go missing in Yeading? Blitz the area with posters. Have a walk around the fields off West End Rd.Would she know her way home. Also, have you let the dog warden know, both Ealing and Uxbridge need to be informed as blose to borders. Good luck.
Hopefully something will come forward soon, I'm sure you'll have it down, but if there are any fields or parks near to where Meg was lost, I've always found it really useful to target dog walkers, they're always pretty weary and alert - if they see anything. Best of luck!
Still no news yet I'm afraid but thankyou for the info regarding Hillingdon and Harefield
No problem Kev, how far have you got? Any sightings or news so far?
Also, have you informed RSPCA Hillingdon and the Dog's Trust Harefield?
If it's any consolation, she should be easier to find, as she's a big dog, it's easier to catch sight of a larger breed in a field, or on a road - hopefully this'll help find her!
Many thanks 'my boy max' I'm very grateful
my boy max
details post on biggsd
Many thanks BorderTerrific, that's very kind of you
Will put up posters in the UB10 area!
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
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