Lost: Black White Tan Tricolour Husky Cross Male In Wales (LL18)

  • Dog ID 85242
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 07 Apr 2015
  • Gender & Breed Male Husky Cross (Neutered)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour black White tan tricolour
  • Marks & Scars Siberian Husky crossed with Collie. Has stance, sticky up ears and curly tail and some markings of a Husky but colouring of a Collie
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 06 Apr 2015
  • Where Lost By River Ely The Roe St Asaph.River approached from dual carriageway.Swam across River and took off over fields. Runs and runs like a husky. V ery friendly. Loves people. Now believe he was stolen. As
  • Lost In Region Wales
  • Lost In Post Area LL18
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info If you have taken him please release him to a dog warden. Info all over FB and Twitter. But please look after him we rescued him from NCAR. Much loved.
  • Phone 1 07894651263
  • Phone 2 01745342062
  • Listed By helz
  • Views 3681


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Missing Dogs UK
Sonny is still missing. No sightings.
Pet SearchersJan.Petsearchuk
Any updates on this dog please? Is he still missing?
Yes I have reported him missing to the police. They had no reports of dogs being shot or injured in RTA's. I am led to believe that farmers don't always report though.
if a framer shoots a dog they are required to report ti to the police. Have you checked with them?
FB. SHARED and on Lost & Found Pets Cornwall UK
Because he has not been seen at all I fear he has either been stolen or shot for chasing sheep. Please still lookout for him.
In the Rhyl Journal: http://www.rhyljournal.co.uk/news/147580/rhyl-dog-owners-fear-beloved-pet-has-been-stolen.aspx
It's three weeks today since my lovely boy went missing. I am beginning to believe that he has been stolen.its heartbreaking. My other dogs his mates are unusually quiet and dejected. Even the cat seems to be looking for him. HAVE YOU SEEN HIM?
Thanks Shelagh so lIKE HIM. But not our boy. I'm putting a face pic on as second image.
There is a tri collie x found on pets located. Not sure same dog as can't see face in pic. Maybe have a look
Still no sighting.Has he been stolen? Other dogs are fretting for him. Please if you have seen him , let us know where thanks for looking.
Gino - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in LL16,17,18.
Sorry to see that SONNY STILL NO SIGHTING is missing.
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