Lost: Chocolate Brown With White Paws And Chest Jack Russell Terrier Cross Female In South East (OX11)

  • Dog ID 85358
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 09 Apr 2015
  • Gender & Breed Female Jack Russell Terrier Cross (Spayed)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Chocolate brown with white paws and chest
  • Marks & Scars C-section scar on stomach, small bite mark on tip of right ear
  • Tagged No
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 09 Apr 2015
  • Where Lost Glebe Road, Didcot, Oxfordshire OX11
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area OX11
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Escaped from my back garden after a delivery man left the gate open. Very friendly but can be snappy with other female dogs. May run if chased but responds well to treats. Responds to Cash, Casha and Cashew Nut. Not wearing a collar.
  • Phone 1 07879880844
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By misssjlawrence
  • Views 6612
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its strange there has been no sighting of this dog casha it could be that someone has got her not handing her back i feel so sorry for owners i hope someone will come forward and let her owner know where she is good luckj with the search dont give up
There has been a sighting of a small chocolate terrier with a scruffy coat in the millennium woods. Here is the link from doglost Oxfordshire Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/groups/108609242496957/permalink/1021220347902504/
I pray this brings some news xLast edited: 2015-07-27 22:25:47 by jules1971
DogLostAlison - Administrator, Head Office & Area Co-ordinator, Lincolnshire
Still missing.
The finder doesn't think it's Casha xx
Happiness yorkie lover xxx
89068 please check it's the dog from link below x
Happiness yorkie lover xxx
Please check ASAP
Sorry, just seen your post Kitty. No that's not Casha but thank you for thinking of her xx
Sorry to see there's been no more news of Casha. Hope Rescue have a chocolate scruff just in who looks a little similar to Casha, but might be bigger and there's no visible white? https://www.facebook.com/546317878723114/photos/a.548806438474258.1073741828.546317878723114/921121057909459/?type=1
Thank you choowie. I have checked and unfortunately that did is not Casha but thank you for notifying us xx
Not Casha ,but if you see any more poss matches I will get Sarah to check.
Thank you for posting Choowie...although there is no white on this dog,I will get Sarah to look anyway .
We are hoping and praying that, following the substantial reward offered for the return of Casha, that someone may come forward with information. This case is heart-breaking as her owner has bone cancer and is currently undergoing chemotherapy. She was totally devoted to Casha who helped her emotionally through her treatment Please share or contact Sarah on 07879880844.Last edited: 2015-04-16 20:17:06 by 4bichons
Hello Julia, the dog that was taken to Boundary Vets in Abingdon, was a male Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
He has now been reunited with his owners.
There have been no further sightings of Casha Dog unfortunately.
Thanks For sharing Julia...I am pretty sure this dog has been checked...Westie from Abingdon will know ..will ask her.x
I have shared this with local horseriding groups on Facebook and have received a comment that a dog has been handed in to Boundary House Vets, Abingdon. Tel. 01235 538721. Can someone follow this up please. Open at 8.30 am.
Bumped due to press coverage... I hope it brings Sarah some news.
Link to the Oxford Mail appeal below...
There has been another possible sighting in Drayton village yesterday...post copied from the FB group .... "my partner has just told me he saw a little brown dog yesterday running away from him in East Way Bridle path in Drayton".

"As you drive past the dump on your right hand side going towards abingdon there is a bus stop with a telephone box by it... East Way is a big bridleway just before the bus top on the right, it has houses at the top and if you drive to the bottom it goes in to a tiny bridleway and the field with the horses is on the left."

Thank you Alison xLast edited: 2015-04-12 22:38:11 by Shereen
DogLostAlison - Administrator, Head Office & Area Co-ordinator, Lincolnshire
Extra alerts sent to postcodes RG7,RG8
Admin ...Please can further alerts go out to the RG7 AND RG8 areas?
There was a possible sighting of CASHA near the BULL AT Streatley today at 1.30 pm running on the road ,cars stopping ...the sighter did not see if this dog was picked up or not.
Thanks Kelly ...yes, dog wardens are aware...lot's of shares and help with posters is what is needed .
Animal Lifeline UKKelly-joy
I have shared onto local Oxfordshire groups. Has owner contacted local dog warden to check she hasn't been handed in to the local pound? I hope she is found safe and sound soon. Let me know if there is anything else we can do to help find her. Best wishes Kelly-joy from The Animal Lifeline UK Team:)
If anyone is able to help get some posters out in and around Didcot area, Casha's owner would really appreciate it ...she is unable to do much at the moment and needs as much help to spread the word as possible...Managed to get some out today ...but, really many more are needed!
have you managed to get loads of posters out?....this is MASSIVELY important!....especially in the area Casha has gone missing from...PLEASE print off at least 100 for now and get them out on the surrounding roads/junctions and in town...protect them against the weather with clear plastic pockets ...put the poster in upside down so the closed edge is at the top...and get them up on lamp posts...tape around and round with brown packing tape top and bottom....someone may just be keeping her safe not knowing to contact the dog warden...with your number on the poster ,they will know you are actively looking .
DogLostAlison - Administrator, Head Office & Area Co-ordinator, Lincolnshire
Email alerts sent to postcodes OX10,OX11,OX14
DogLostAlison - Administrator, Head Office & Area Co-ordinator, Lincolnshire
Text sent requesting photo.
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