Lost: Black With Thin White Line Down Chest Patterdale Terrier Female In South East (WD3)

  • Dog ID 68092
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 28 Apr 2014
  • Name IZZY
  • Gender & Breed Female Patterdale Terrier (Spayed)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Black with thin white line down chest
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged No
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 27 Apr 2014
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area WD3
  • Date Reunited
  • Phone 1 07725870505
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By darren
  • Views 7932
  • Alerts Sent 229
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Extra alerts sent to postcodes HP1-10
Admin, please could alerts go out to HP1 - HP10 many thanks.

Darren really sorry that it was not Izzy. Please can every one keep sharing Izzy, Someone some where knows information and needs to get that info to Darren.
Thankyou for all still thinking of her. x

Thankyou Deb for getting out there as soon as you received call. Deb was not called till several weeks down the line, which is a shame as this dog has become
more ferral. Last edited: 2014-11-27 13:42:17
Have just seen the dog and its not Izzy, very nervous managed to give a good feed before it left.
It's a larger dog (approx 2ft tall) with long black curly hair and long tail.
DarrenLast edited: 2014-11-05 23:05:02 by darren
Dog Wardendebbi
been out there today with hazel and izzy's owner. still not positive that this is izzy as there are many different descriptions. owner staying in area along with his other dogs to try to see/get her. early days, but we may know something soon. we have sorted out a feeding area and got her blanket and stuff. she s very nervous of people and there is a lot of local resident interest too so at the moment can we just wait to see if the owner, with our help, can get her to show herself, at least we will know then whether it is izzy or not. hazel, thanks for all your work on this, let me know if you need me. debbie
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
tx Debbi!
Dog Wardendebbi
quick update - a trap was set by me yesterday after being advised of this dog on monday. i have also spoken to the owner just now and it seems very likely this dog is Izzy. he is going to the area today so hopefully there will be good news soon. Debbie
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Phonecall to HQ...Izzie sighted and being fed in the Millfield Road area WD19. Owner ware and will update once he has spoken to sighter for more info...apparently this dog has been sighted for many months in this area.
featured in this weeks Countrymans Weekly Magazine - I hope it brings some news
Thanks rosemary, does look similar to Izzy but its not her and thankyou me n my girl but also not Izzy
DogLostMe n my girl - Administrative Volunteer
Don't know if you've looked at found 68702, 18 miles away.
Found in Griston, Norfolk on Monday, 12th May 2014
CONTACT: 01362 858500
DogId=68808Last edited: 2014-05-13 22:18:37 by rosemary
Darren emailed you areas searching. Done door to door in area. Highways have still had no reports in. Will send list of all vets re ringing xLast edited: 2014-05-13 13:13:25
Yes that is the side we doing a lot of. Also noticing that quite few posters being removed down there as well.x
Just wondering if you have tried Merlins wood, just over the other side of Rousebarn lane. I don't tend to walk there but it's so close it's worth checking.
The lack of sightings is looking suspicious though. I hope you hear something soon Darren.
Brill re posters. Had just sent you email before coming on here about ripped ones and missing ones particularly Rousebarn lane end. Didnt remember any cars in area did he ? Will be out again tommorrow. x
thanks for letting me know, i have replaced some today and will be getting some laminated shortly
Hazell, i have located and spoken with guy i saw shortly before izzy disappeared, unfortunately he cannot recall anything significant.
I have been out checking both sides of rousebarn lane again.
If anyone was in rousebarn lane around 12pm on Sunday 27th and saw anything suspicious please let us know Thank you
Just to advise that the posters around the area need to be redone and put in to clear plastic folders/ coverings as the ones up now are hard to read and look old due to the rain.
All other side over two days from the carpark in Whippendell woods down to Rousebarn lane and back through other routes back to carpark. Again nothing seen. Spoke to lots of people who have seen posters and are kindly making sure look out every time they out there for a walk. Just appealing to anyone who may have been in the area on the 27th that may of seen Izzy. x
still circulating on twitter so virtual posters going out.
Thanks Maggie and Hazel and everyone else who is helping really appreciate all that is being done
Maggie has made a brill poster which is a lot clearer so please can you view poster and print off to put up if you out and about searching. many thanks x
(you may need to refresh page to see it)Last edited: 2014-05-03 00:07:48
I have been in wheat fields with friends for four hours today checking right through to copse. walked back to where people camp and covered side back up to little green lane. Need to check other side again thoroughly near bridle path. Def aware of the tanks you talk about have seen those at the beginning. Have emailed you Darren. x
Just so you know there are some buried tanks littered around in Whippie woods. They are only probably 2ft wide by 4ft long but they are quite deep. I know of two that I have stumbled on while walking, a couple of my dogs have fallen in and needed a hand out. I have checked the one on Rousebarn side of the woods but there is another on the left hand side between main path and golf course as you head away from the Grove car park towards cassiobury, I haven't managed to check this one yet. It does normally have some chain link fencing laid over it but it will be worth checking. If her eyes aren't that great she may have stumbled upon one of these tanks. I really hope not but would feel bad if you weren't aware of these tanks.
Yes we believe she has been taken for that very reason, i have been out 6-7 hours each day since, looking all around woods and in cassiobury park and golf course and she has disappeared, thank you very much for looking for her she is missed very much by myself and baby son and also her two puppies
Hi I am a Dogwalker and walk here at least twice a day. I haven't seen or heard anything about Izzy since she disappeared. Have there been any sightings at all? I have been checking rabbit holes and hiding places under the many fallen trees but it is strange that she hasn't been seen even once?
Thank you but unfortunately it's not her
DogLostMe n my girl - Administrative Volunteer
Have spoken to owner and he will look on here, hope it is her but being a townie I don't really know what a patterdale looks like.
DogLostMe n my girl - Administrative Volunteer
Darren please look at found ID 68183
circulating to footy teams, schools, papers, locals....IZZY Elderly Patterdale MISSING http://bit.ly/1kqpqAN #WHIPPENDELL WOODS #WATFORD #WD3 #lostmydog Plz RT
Izzy is featured in The Watford Observer. Still desperately searching and hoping the posters and paper will put out some much needed news or sightings. xLast edited: 2014-05-01 11:39:35
Thank you Riverlady
circulating on twitter.....IZZY Elderly Patterdale MISSING http://bit.ly/1kqpqAN #WHIPPENDELL WOODS #WATFORDCLOSE #ROUSEBARNLANE #WD3 #lostmydog Plz RT
Hi Hazel
have not received email yet
thanks Darren
Hi Darren sent you email with info after spoke to you. Will tell you where I heading tommorrow x
Oh shame the guy that called didnt see for sure what the noise was. Although it very good round here ie word of mouth more come out I will request our Doglost Twitter co ord to put it on as well. Good idea to put posters in the cafe in Cassiobury park x
Thanks Hazell i am going out today to do just that, she has never been one to go under ground but i need to try everything. A guy rang last night to say he heard what he thought was a dog whimpering in bushes near to main walkway from large carpark into cassiobury park the bushes on right side just before you walk across golf hole. We looked but couldnt hear anything
Darren just a thought that was pointed out would be good idea when searching check all holes, hedges, shrubs etc x
Hi Darren no prob did know where it was it just behind me. Been out all day saw some posters . There are a lot of good dog walkers round there that will keep eye out. Nik no def WD3 went straight out so didnt change postcode. if you go from Baldwins lane side down Links way leading down to back of West Herts Golf Course it that end . Darren have you put posters up at that Golf course ? I have had two missing from same place and they were seen on the golf course early hours of the morning. Was out for ages as you know such a large area to cover. Tommorrow I will start from the farm back down to Rousbarn they really good up there will ask them to let me know if they See Izzy any where near I will take poster up to them. x Last edited: 2014-04-28 22:46:14
thanks for your help the postcode is WD3 have updated
I last saw her on bridle path next to rousebarn lane adjacent to the farmers field with the walkway through middle if you know that field
Hazel, not WD24 is it ? Do you know which bit of Whippendell/Rousebarn ?
advice emailed and scenting , will be out soon looking as well x
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in WD3-7,17,18,19,23,24,25, AL2,
Sorry to see that IZZY is missing.
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