Lost: Tri Coloured Beagle Female In South West (PL26)

  • Dog ID 97799
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 26 Jan 2016
  • Name DAISY MAE
  • Gender & Breed Female Beagle
  • Age Young Adult
  • Colour Tri Coloured
  • Marks & Scars 8 months old
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 16 Jan 2016
  • Where Lost Demelza on outskirts of Roche, Nr St Austell, Cornwall
  • Lost In Region South West
  • Lost In Post Area PL26
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Went missing with other family beagle (who returned home with gunshot wounds, & didn't return. The shooting has not been reported to police, as is required if shot by farmer.
  • Phone 1 07808 030910
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By Max - Area Coordinator, Cornwall, Volunteer Durham & Ireland
  • Views 5260
  • DAISY MAEPoster Image
  • DAISY MAEExtra Image


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This one found looks very similar


If you can't open link look in dougals armyLast edited: 2018-07-31 13:46:50 by Jackie
Yassie going to start repostering that whole area again. Not been too well of late but I promise will get more out as soon as I can plod slightly better

You hang in there xxx
Got another batch of posters to get out..... We really need a sighting I guess....

Yazzy going to put her in a Thunderclap as well as its possible someone has picked her up.

You hang in there and a hug to lovely Poppy xx
It's one month since Daisy Mae went missing and not a squeak. Someone must know something in this sad story.
Let's keep hoping for a lead for Daisy Mae and please don't forget Bonnie beagle still missing from Cornwall.
Just checking in to say unfortunately no new leads .. Thank you seeks for searching and your poster campaign .. You are amazing.. Sammie thank you for comment we are also hoping someone will slip up on what has happened.. Update on sister poppy : one amazing dog .. Fighting fit such a star .. Love her .. Now to find her sister x
I am not near you to offer any help but saw one of Seeks cross posts and I own and foster Beagles. So very sad to hear about Daisy Mae being missing and possibly also shot, but glad to hear Poppy has recovered. I hope you manage to find out what happend and that someone will slip up and say something.
Yassy I begged for help on the round....We often do for Pup but never get any lol...

I can't get there today but have run off 150 posters and tomorrow I wont come home till they all up...Went with a spot light trawling hedges, fields etc....I keep thinking about that what ever it was than ran past me here..Will re-poster here too as this rain annihilated the others...

You hang in there xxx
...I kept thinking someone was getting in the car ....Very odd. I got more posters Yazzy and will get them and fliers out tomorrow.

Yep our baby was stolen two years, three months and 21 days. I agree its not knowing. You hang in there and will get these posters out tomorrow xx
Yes we get a spooky feeling down there .. Like someone walking over your grave if you know what I mean .. Thank you seeks for support .. I didn't realise you also have a dog missing .. How awful for you .. I think it's the " not knowing" is the hardest part to deal with.. If we had answers we could deal with it in some way .. X
Bless her... I so glad she is ok ...Please give her a hug from me!!

Maybe that was where she got hurt? Mind ..sound stupid but I got well spooked in one bit there so maybe she did too?

I got more posters and promise will widen the area out and have a mooch on the route Poppy took xx
Poppy is fit an well ..such an amazing dog. We have taken her down several times and let her lead the way to see if she can tell us anything. At one spot she started crying and had her hackles up but we searched it and found nothing
Got more posters and some fliers and will get the area further out done as well as get over in daylight to crawl around that copse area near the flooded bridge.....Do you think Poppy is well enough to come back? She might be able to pic up Daisy's scent? xx
Hi.. Yes according to gps tracker poppy did 22 km an hour coming out of gate by flooded bridge .. She doesn't like gun sounds .. Was she spooked by a gunshot? After this her tracks show she wasn't really on a scent and gets slower and slower .. She is stationary further up on other side in field for 6-7 minutes .. Was she licking her wounds .. She then made a very slow pace back home taking an hour that would have been a five minute journey.
Glad network rail had nothing Yazzy.

You know you sad Poppy reacted along a bit through the woods? Was it on the flooded bridge road? I sort of think it might be an idea to force a way through the bit on the left....I had a bit of a fall the other night but should be ok to crawl under the bits by the lane as it looks like a lot of places to hide in there?

Will poster out another circle back towards St Columb tomorrow if I can get the car out (too much mud this side ;-) ) and keep everything crossed xx
Network rail have got back to us and no sightings along tracks. Loads of posters up now .. Live in hope . Thank you for all your support guys x
PD went out in daylight and it would be hard to search but not impossible.....You know where the flooded bridge was? That was the area her Mum thinks they were shot in.... I I borrowed a taller car and we scourged all the hedges and fields but nothing beagle like at all....I do wonder if she is making her way home (or thinks she is) so just printing off more posters and will wide out tomorrow. My number is 07759 195641 xx
Very quiet still. Seeks how can I contact you?
Sadly still no news but added more posters xx
PD going to go over in daylight as by dark I could only poster where we have....The woods bit do they go through across to another road too? We did from Roche through to Ruthernbridge and back round Demelza and up to the old A30....

Will run off another batch and do that side of Roche too and out towards St Coloum way too as if she is running scared she should have gone in any direction....Glad the posters are still up as thats a good sign xx

We did put some out for Pup too xx
Today I did a grid search of a section of the woods where the other beagle was possibly shot. Glad to see the posters in the area - well done. Owner logged her with the railways today. Area quite near railway and A30. Wish I could help more but am not local. I do hope there will be some news soon, she is such a lovely puppy.
Have there been any more sightings or information since the sighting on 16th January?
Saw these two dogs on the 16th January at the top of the Public Footpath in Demelza at approx. 11.00 am - a woman out riding also saw them and commented on them.
Will poster out that direction from here and back to link all the posters up. Also added this link to the post I shared yesterday on Pup's page. Thts had 111 shares and about half were in Cornwall. I just hope she will be ok xx
DogLostSharon - Social Media Team
I have shared with doglost FB & Twitter. Hope Daisy Mae is safely back at home soon. X
Gino - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in PL25,26. TR8,9.
DogLostMax - Area Coordinator, Cornwall, Volunteer Durham & Ireland
Details have been added to DogLost Cornwall fb page.
The police & RSPCA have been informed. Searches have been carried out, without success.
Will email further advice.
Local vets etc aware
Sorry to see that DAISY MAE is missing.
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