Lost: Jack Russell Terrier Cross Male In South East (CB10)

  • Dog ID 61864
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 24 Dec 2013
  • Gender & Breed Male Jack Russell Terrier Cross (Neutered)
  • Age
  • Colour
  • Marks & Scars Digby has mainly a white body with a tan patch on his bottom and face, going slightly grey round the
  • Tagged Yes
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 24 Dec 2013
  • Where Lost Little Chesterford, Essex.
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area CB10
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Digby is wearing a brown leather collar with embroidery on and is also where a festive scarf. He ran down a fox sett, so may have come out somewhere else. He's hearing and eye sight isnt great being an older chap. Please keep an eye out for him, his family are extremely worried.
  • Phone 1 07973558144
  • Phone 2 07950233954
  • Listed By andypandyis
  • Views 3881
  • DIGBY OR DIGGERSPoster Image


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Someone in the village sent an email to the community group today with this message. I wondered if it may have been your dog, I am sorry but I thought you would rather hear this than not.
"Did anyone in the village lose a dog sometime in the last year? Red collar with white spots on it.
It's not good news I'm afraid; I came across a corpse in a newly mown field this morning. It had clearly been there for some time.
Sorry to bring bad news - and by email too. But had I lost a dog, I think I'd prefer to know its fate.
Bob Tonkins"

I am not sure where exactly it was.
Someone mentioned this one so am cross posting it just in case https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=217806425092808&set=gm.335944193213320&type=1&permPage=1
Victoria - if you still believe Digby is trapped underground, I believe there are terrier teams who will try and locate him, and dig him out if possible. Don't know which areas these teams work in, but I think this is worth looking into. Hope your Digby is soon found, safe and well. Good luck xx
Victoria Payne
I have taken his brother to the area every day but still no sightings. Not sure if he is still down there or tried to find own way out. If anyone has any further suggestions I would be grateful as it is now coming up to two weeks he is missing and increasingly worried and want to make sure doing everything possible.
Sue Thom
Victoria, just to let you know that I have shared his on FB ad twitter. Thinking of you! Sue xx
So sorry that Digby is still missing. Have you tried taking his brother (on a lead!) to the fox sett and surrounding area, and see whether he can pick up Digby's scent? Worth a try xx
Dibgy is still missing, still no sighting :-( his brother is really missing him and is refusing to eat. Please help
Thank you for circulating and sharing. Still no sign of him. Please keep circulating and sharing x
circulating on twitter
DogLostHelen - Regional Co-ordinator East Anglia.
I have added Digdy's details to Dog Lost Norfolk and Suffolk facebook groups and other groups in the area,
After searching late into the night and this morning there is still no sight of Digby :-( not going to be a good Christmas and the other dogs are missing him, which includes his brother.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
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