Lost: White With Dark Brown Patches Staffordshire Bull Terrier Male In South East (SW10)

  • Dog ID 109305
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 27 Dec 2016
  • Gender & Breed Male Staffordshire Bull Terrier (Neutered)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour White with dark brown patches
  • Marks & Scars Dark brown patch over right eye. Two paralell scars on right hind leg from previous operation. He is small in stature.
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 29 Oct 2016
  • Where Lost On the junction of Ifield Road SW10 and Fulham Road SW10 (Chelsea) - opposite the Tesco garage.
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area SW10
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Dexter was wearing a dark brown leather collar when he disappeared. However, there has been a sighting of him at the same Tesco garage at 9.45am on Boxing day (26th Dec 2016) and he was no longer wearing his collar, therefore the lady that spotted him was unable to hold him, though she was able to get close enough to stroke him. Please contact us urgently with any information.
  • Phone 1 07591820502
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By Iona
  • Views 2766
  • DEXTER SIGHTEDPoster Image


Sightings and Information

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this dog was found in january, with cleadon kennels, chip details were out of date

Hi Olieh, yes we have recently checked this picture. The link was also kindly posted to us by Skyninchar. The resemblance is uncanny, the dog in the picture is the spitting image of Dexter. Unfortunately though, Leigh cats and dogs home have confirmed that the little dog in the picture is a female:-( but hopefully she will be reunited with her owners soon. Thank you so much for taking the time to send us that link, and for your support. Kind regards from Iona.
Not sure if you have already seen this link, but dog looks the same?

Hello Skyninchar, we were really grateful for your post and link. The dog in the picture is the double of Dexter.. though we've been in contact with the animal sanctuary and it has been confirmed that the dog in their care is a female. But thanks again for your vigilance and support. Iona.
Thank you Patlucky, fingers crossed!
Hi Sharon, thank you so much for your time and support. Much appreciated! Iona.
Hi Mary, thanks for your message. The police are aware of Dexter going missing but we cannot be certain that he was stolen. I must stress that the possible recent sighting of Dexter is not a certainty. We received the information before the picture posters were put up, so the information was based on the initial posters and it's been claimed that a dog fitting Dexter's description has been seen in that area.
However, until we see the dog being walked, we won't know whether or not it is actually Dexter. It's really important that the search for Dexter is not restricted to that area... as it may not have been him. We will continue to scan that area until we can see the dog described. Thank you again so much for your support. Iona.
Have a look at the dog at ldch, gender not stated

Fingers crossed
DogLostSharon - Social Media Team
I have shared with DL FB Page, Twitter & Public. I hope Dexter is safely back at home soon. X
Iona, you should also report Dexter to the police as stolen and send the CRN to DogLost to update the status to stolen. Theft by finding is an offence even if he was found rather than stolen in the first place.
Hi Albayr, thanks again, we appreciate it's a sensitive issue, so please don't worry about not disclosing your location, that's perfectly understandable. We are just grateful for your support and vigilance. We posted the doglost.uk posters tonight through letterboxes on the Walham Green Court estate in the hope that it might urge somebody to come forward with information. If anything comes to light at your end and you would rather phone/text than post a message, that is fine also. We've received more than one call on possible sightings of Dexter being walked on the ramp/concourse in that area so we are just holding out. We keep details confidential, so no worries okay.Thanks again. Kindest regards, Iona.
I live on one of those roads you've mentioned (don't want to say on here which one) so I will definitely be more observant around that area you mentioned.
We have received information that Dexter may have been seen in the Walham Green (estate) area... opposite Fulham Broadway Tube Station. We are following this up so please all keep your eyes peeled particularly in that area (near to Waterford Road SW6) and the main concourse (ramp) to the estate, with entrances on Fulham Road, Cedarne Road, and Moore Park Road. This is not a certain sighting so please keep an eye out in all surrounding areas of where Dexter went missing.. just incase the information we received was not related to Dexter. We will continue to update. Thank you all again so very much! Ionax.
Thank you so much Albayr. We appreciate your support. Iona.
Hello Iona. I have Dexters details in my phone and I will continue to look out for him, as I live and work in the area.
Hello all, please continue to look out for or Dexter, thank you so much. Iona xx.
Thank you Missing Dogs UK. And also to Hollieberry. Your time and is much appreciated. Iona x. Ps. Dexter is microchipped.
Missing Dogs UK
still sharing x
I will keep looking & sharing for your lad Iona is Dexter not micro chipped ?
Thank you Hollieberry, thank you everyone. We are still searching. Dexter was registered missing with Battersea early on. And also with SDK dog wardens; who are contracted by the parks police in RBKC. All the posters are still up, we are at our wits end as more time goes by. Please share... and continue to keep a look out for our boy:-( Thank you all, Iona x.
DogLostClaireC - Area Volunteer, Buckinghamshire
Please log your dog as missing with Battersea Dogs Home.
Fingers crossed that you find Dexter soon.
Yes Dexter is still missing:( And we are still frantic. Any sightings or information at all would be so much appreciated. Please all, keep looking out for our boy. Thank you. Iona x.
Missing Dogs UK
is he still missing please
Thank you all again. Please continue to keep a look out. We are so worried about Dexter.. the weather is so cold now. Your time is much appreciated. Ionax.
re-sharing to groups x
sharing to groups x
It might be worth going into the various shops that are just past the cemetery and asking them to keep an eye out for Dexter. I had a walk through the cemetery the other and thought that he might be hanging out there. I will continue to look out for him. x
My understanding is you use your own diluted pee to spray for Dexter to follow home. You don't want to lead Dexter across busy roads or towards the railway lines. If you have a garden, leave the gate open and some bedding for him to settle with. Admin may not pick up this post so best to email them or phone for full scenting advice.
Hi Mary, I've been checking the cemetery and put around 25 posters up in there... though the staff took them down I think:-( I also spoke to security staff there but they've not seen him. The gaps beneath the gates are too small for him to come and go freely after the gates are locked. But I guess he could be sleeping in there. He is familiar with the cemetery as we walk him there often. And we live very nearby. Please tell me more about the scenting advice. Kindest regards from Iona.
Iona, Dexter could be sleeping in Brompton Cemetery, which is opposite? Do you live nearby and have you been given scenting advice? You could try leaving something of Dexter's in a safe place on the forecourt.
Thank you all so much for your support. There was another sighting of Dexter, at the same place (Tesco garage on Fulham Road) opposite Ifield Road SW10 the day after boxing day (27th Dec) at approx 10am. This means that he made his way to the same site on two consecutive mornings so we are convinced that he is trying to make his way home. This is also the site that we lost him. Please everyone keep a look out. Over 100 posters have gone up in the area so far. Many thanks. Iona x.
DogLostGillyP - Administrator, Head Office
Extra alerts sent to W6,8 and 14
It would be worth adding in W14 postcode to alerts as it is adjacent to SW10 if heading west. Also W6 and W8.
You need to get posters up especially around south Kensington Tube and the Tesco Expeess on Fulham Road near the cinema. Fulham Broadway too.
Quite a few rough sleepers in these areas with dogs who may have seen something.
I live and work nearby. Will keep an eye open for him and will share on Social media.
DogLostAlison - Administrator, Head Office & Area Co-ordinator, Lincolnshire
Email alerts sent to postcodes SW1,SW2,SW3,SW4,SW5,SW6,SW7,SW8,SW9,SW10,SW11,SW13,SW18
DogLostGillyP - Administrator, Head Office
Photo of dexter now on. May need to refresh the page
Sue - onestopalldogs
Shared Facebook & Twitter
DogLostAlison - Administrator, Head Office & Area Co-ordinator, Lincolnshire
Text sent requesting photo.
Make Dexter "TOO HOT TOO HANDLE Just in case Pl,kease get reunit ed soon Dexter Paws xd
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Please email photo to admin@doglost.co.uk
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