Lost: Male In South East (CM3)

  • Dog ID 83228
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 22 Feb 2015
  • Name PEACOCKS PAIR
  • Gender & Breed Male
  • Age Young Adult
  • Colour
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged No
  • Microchipped Unknown
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 20 Feb 2015
  • Where Lost apple blossom drakes lane little waltham cm3 3nd
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area CM3
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info if you see these please contact me on 01245 631324
  • Phone 1 01245 631324
  • Phone 2 01245 631324
  • Listed By martha
  • Views 2238
  • PEACOCKS PAIRPoster Image
  • PEACOCKS PAIRExtra Image

 

Sightings and Information

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DogLostKimmybear - Area Co-ordinator, Essex & Hertfordshire borders
That is sadly true re RSPCA. Even if in danger i.e. crossing roads, they have said they won't attend unless injured.
rosemary
thank you Claire another comment from sharing this post :- There is a park and the moat house nearby. Think people from the moat house have seen him (or possibly both of them at different times). Why dont they ring the moat house and leave details. When i heard last report i went looking for him but it was dusk so he probably went to roost. Apparently the rspca wouldn't come out as not injured! (Just what i heard so don't know how true). Good luckLast edited: 2015-02-24 22:25:03 by rosemary
DogLostClaireC - Area Volunteer, Buckinghamshire
I did alert owners but she feels that the one in Luton is not theirs as they live in Chelmsford and whilst I know they can fly but neither of us know if peacocks can fly 60-70 miles! If anyone has any further info then please don't hesitate to post as she does check the page regularly. Thank you. x
rosemary
SHARING = Apparently a peacock has been seen walking up and down Neville Road Luton recently. Hope this info is useful
Esther
Hope you get them back ok. There were some where I worked years ago. One of them worked out our coffee time and would share a biscuit. They can be quite bright ! He was also a good flyer so Claire s idea is worth thinking about. Good luck.
Pilot's mum
Peacocks can be very audible and can be heard from some way away!
DogLostClaireC - Area Volunteer, Buckinghamshire
Not that i know a lot about peacocks but they can sometimes hide themselves up a tree. Is this a possibility within your own grounds?
Gino - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in CM1,3,6.
caring4dogs
Twitter and website
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