Lost: Terrier Cross Female In Central (NG32)

  • Dog ID 92744
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 01 Oct 2015
  • Gender & Breed Female Terrier Cross (Spayed)
  • Age Young Adult
  • Colour
  • Marks & Scars Cyst on left side of tummy
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 29 Sep 2015
  • Where Lost fields at the side of the A1 near Marston (Grantham Area)following a road traffic collision. Lincolnshire.
  • Lost In Region Central
  • Lost In Post Area NG32
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info May be trying to make her way home to Doncaster.
  • Phone 1 07940 930331
  • Phone 2 07532 339327
  • Listed By jma1964
  • Views 17425
  • Alerts Sent 185
  • WILLOW  SIGHTEDPoster Image
  • WILLOW  SIGHTEDExtra Image


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DogLostLisa P - Regional Co-ordinator, Central
DogLostScruffy Dog - Central Team Volunteer
Update requested
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10156595460663926&set=gm.1796875390347897&type=3Last edited: 2018-08-26 16:48:43 by JEAN


Status Found
Registered 24 Aug 2018
Gender & Breed Female Terrier Cross
Marks & Scars
Tagged Unknown
Microchipped Unknown
Tattooed Unknown
Date Found 24 Aug 2018
Where Found Salisbury playing fields, Hindley, Wigan Tied to a goal post
Found In Region North West
Found In Post Area WN2
Date Reunited
Other Info This Dog is at Holly House vets as Needed Immediate vet treatment, Wigan council stray Kennels have been notified of her location. May have been stolen photo on Get them home UK facebook page
This is very close to my home. If I can do anything useful, please let me know as I am very willing to help.
Julie Gee
Pleased to see there was a sighting of Willow. I was just reading through the blog. Given she won't eat food left but has survived almost 3 years, is she a missing 'pet' or is she a feral rescue from abroad. Whichever, she's a wily survivor that's for sure xLast edited: 2018-08-11 23:19:21 by Julie Gee
Chuffin Nora
Coming from Marston village there is a right turn to Grange Farm buildings. Opposite this turn is a bridleway. This is before the left hand turn to Stubton. The actual sighting was in the cut corn field that runs alongside a large pheasant rearing pen. She worked the edges of the field and then disappeared into a stand of maize. The maize is actually the first track on the right as you go down the bridleway but you need to go further down to get a good view of where we saw her. This is an area that she has occupied fairly consistently since she escaped and in fact this bridleway was where I got the only picture of her in winter 2016. She seems to have settled down in this area now.
DogLostSharon - Social Media Team
Shared by Lisa to our national FB group & retweeted @DogLostUK https://twitter.com/lisaphipps15/status/1027476887642230784
This is very close to where I live and I can post on a neighbourhood website. Which is Grange Farm bridleway? Which side of Stubton please?
DogLostLisa P - Regional Co-ordinator, Central
Extra alerts sent to helpers in NG23, NG24. NG32, LN5, LN6. Shared on FB to Doglost Central & Tweeted x
Chuffin Nora
Possible sighting of Willow this morning in fields between Stubton and Grange Farm bridleway. We have tracked Willow many times and she has a very distinct hunting pattern as she works field edges and weaves from side to side. there are deer in this area, especially with the harvest but this was no deer.
Is there any news on Willow. I hate to think of her out in all this cold weather? Has she been found yet?
sharing x
Tried that along with everything else. She is just so good at hunting, and is working her way along her own paths and feeding herself.
Sue - onestopalldogs
Shared fb twitter
DogLostMe n my girl - Administrative Volunteer
Raw green tripe, it whiffs
We had quite a while without sightings but now the corn has been cut she seems to be on the move again. Possible new sighting today, plus one last week and a very clear one the week before. Still living feral in same area, and very good at it.
I am one of the Willow team and can assure you that very experienced people are on the case. The problem is that she is very good at feral living and is not interested in any kind of food left out for her, so setting up a feeding station is difficult. There are loads of rabbits and small rodents around there.
According to a post on her Facebook page on Friday they know where she is and she is being monitored and tracked.....I hope they are getting the right help.
I know this is a long time ago - but is there any more news on this poor girlie?
Please note new extra image and new contact telephone numbers added.
Hope Willow is home soon x
In our 12 dogs of Christmas, Willow is No 5 and is being promoted on all our social media outlets.
There is a new poster for Willow with new phone numbers: 079409303361 and 07532339327. Also she has been spotted in Navenby Lincolnshire. Please join Find Willow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/424339891095911/?fref=ts
Willow is NOT wearing a red harness.
Please check. Murphys Army: Dog found in Horbury, no details of sex of dog, just 5 photographs. Same colour nose and fur seems similar, but face shape does seem different. This found dog has now been reunited so not Willow. Last edited: 2015-12-14 11:01:34 by cassiecat07
Extra alerts sent to LN5
DogLostNinja - Area Volunteer, Lincolnshire
Possible sighting in Navenby yesterday 10th Dec

Can email alerts be sent to LN5 please.....Last edited: 2015-12-11 00:17:52 by Ninja - Area Volunteer, Lincolnshire
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Further alerts sent to helpers in NG22,24. DN1,2,3,4,9,10,11,22.
Willow may be heading back to her hometown in Doncaster. Could admin please circulate this poster to all surrounding areas en route. Let's get this girl home xLast edited: 2015-11-28 10:04:37 by Greyghost
Any updates on Willow? xx
DogLostNinja - Area Volunteer, Lincolnshire
Sighting of Willow this morning on the outskirts of Fulbeck (Caythorpe side)
Bumped due to sighting.....Last edited: 2015-11-18 23:23:04 by Ninja - Area Volunteer, Lincolnshire
The positive search still goes on for Willow,we are keep upbeat and positive. The efforts of a lot of dedicated people she have the same goal to reunite Willow with her owners. Recent sightings have pushed us up a gear. Poster campaign is in full swing and fliers posted through doors and on public counters for people to keep in there pockets. We will get her home. Thank you to everyone. Willow has brought out the best in everyone because she has touched all of us!!
DogLostHelen - Regional Co-ordinator East Anglia.
Bumped due to this sighting.
DogLostHelen - Regional Co-ordinator East Anglia.
Posted on facebook.....
SIGHTING LAST NIGHT AT FULBECK!! The lady who saw her has been asked to join the group. She was near the Hare & Hounds pub and went up the drive of a house near there. Lady tried to catch her but didn't realise it was Willow until she saw the poster in the shop. If anyone can put posters up in that area, please download from files and do so. We are going out there this afternoon. If anyone sees Willow please call the number on the poster or 07940 930 331. PLEASE DON'T TRY AND CATCH HER as she will be very scared.
Sighting - 9.11.15 Fulbeck, Lincolnshire. Near Hare and Hounds pub.
Circulating on twitter.........WILLOW Terrier Cross POSS SIGHTING http://bit.ly/1WAvvuQ #A1 near #Marston #Grantham #NG42 Road Traffic Collision Plz RT
Have asked our Twitter coordinator to tweet her.
DogLostMe n my girl - Administrative Volunteer
I've changed Region to Central Tracey, also bumped her in view of possible sightings.Last edited: 2015-11-04 08:18:38 by Me n my girl - Administrative Volunteer
DogLostHelen - Regional Co-ordinator East Anglia.
Possible second sighting of Willow in the Normanton/Caythorpe area on Monday the 2nd of November.
DogLostNinja - Area Volunteer, Lincolnshire
Possible sighting in Normanton Lincs on Friday 30th about 4.30
DogLostNinja - Area Volunteer, Lincolnshire
Extra image added, xx
Still missing - search parties are out daily.
I would like to clarify that Willow is not dead. The dog found dead on the A1 trunk road was the dog that caused the accident where Willow escaped terriffied.
There are people out searching most days and evenings.
Find Willow Facebook page has been set up too to add with finding her.
Thank dog lost!!
charlie and sooty
shared. Hope she is found soon x Hope owner is making a full recovery xx
Don't think owner is on facebook pr have much internet, but I know somebody is in contact with them by phone. who is works in rescue
Bumped due to the sighting.
Twitter and website
Willow is on Lost and found pets in Grantham and surrounding areas, also Doglost Lincolnshire. Is owner on Facebook? People are willing to help in search.
UPDATE: Willow has not been seen since the accident resulting around the area of the Toll Bar Service Station (southbound A1) at NG32 2AD. She ran off into some fields south of the turn off A1 to Marston. Owner now out of hospital has been out looking all day. She is postering the local villages. Due to the accident, she cannot be sure dog is still wearing a red harness. dog is described as a medium size, broken coated tan in colour between long legged terrier staffie size. Known to be very timid and it is thought will stay away from the A1 road but in area near the Cold stores. Please could this be shared to locals in the area. Local authorities and pounds aware. please do not chase if dog is seen, just report Thank you. I am point of contact whilst owner recovers: 07742913378 Please could admin update poster telephone number. Thanks againLast edited: 2015-10-02 00:20:04 by Myhal
It seems there is some doubt as to the identity of the deceased dog so I have moved Willow back to being lost until we can verify the information received.
I am so sorry, poor Willow.
DogLostMillypod (Chris) - Administrative Volunteer
So very sorry. Run free at Rainbow Bridge Little Willow.x
How sad. My sympathy to his owner. Night, night, Willow, sleep tight, and have fun with Nelson, and Paddy who have also passed tol the bridge. RIP+ God Blessx A~~~Candle~~~burns for Willow. Run freex (HUG)
Rest in peace Willow x
Very sad to report that Willow was found deceased at the side of the road.
R.I.P sweetheart.
Gino - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in NG23,32.
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