Lost: Black And Tan German Shepherd Dog Female In Central (NG8)

  • Dog ID 42629
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 01 Sep 2012
  • Name LEXI
  • Gender & Breed Female German Shepherd Dog
  • Age Puppy
  • Colour Black and Tan
  • Marks & Scars 17 weeks old. No collar. (not related to the other puppy)
  • Tagged No
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 30 Aug 2012
  • Where Lost Nottingham.
  • Lost In Region Central
  • Lost In Post Area NG8
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Lexie went missing due to a house burglary. STOLEN. She is 17 weeks old and not wearing her collar as it was found in the kitchen. She is chipped. PLEASE call the number below with any info/sightings. Thank you.
  • Phone 1 0775 2640855
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By madmel
  • Views 4348
  • LEXIPoster Image
  • LEXIExtra Image


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Hi have been still looking but as yet we have not got our lexi back. Thank you all for still look8ng for her
Could Madmel commment on here to show if loggging on and looking here.
Don't know if anyone will see this. This lady has just posted on facebook about a number of dogs found being transported together in 1 car and seized by customs. There's a female German Shepherd who has similar face markings to one of the puppies in your photo: https://www.facebook.com/brigid.cullen
Found Newcastle @ Newcastle cat and dog shelter
DogLostFergal - Area Volunteer, Cornwall
I have left a comment on Found 56782 and phoned the kennel, who are going to have a look at Lexi's photo. The found one seems to have a lot of grey on her face, so not too sure here, they did say she could well be around a year and a half.
Just seen this on another site, http://www.nationalpetregister.org/fp/42376.htm
DogLostBobble - Area Co-ordinator, East Devon temp covering East Sussex
Added to GSDR Forum.
Put on Facebook Central and East Mids & Warks
circulating on twitter
Spoke to owner,she is awaiting a CRN off the Police, chip company has been notified. All help is needed to fond these poor dogs.
Will put on fbook hope we have the same luck as we did with the other stolen pup in a burglary due to the good work of Doglost, and Sussex Police and all the helpers involved.
Owner needs to contact DW, vets, dog pound (visit), contact local radio and the paper. Check sites on the internet. Speak to dog walkers in the area and hand out flyers. Poster asap. Speak to the postman. Put flyers through letter boxes
Info and Advice sheet sent.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helper in NG1-16. DE7,72,75.
Sorry to see that LEXI is missing.
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