Found: White With Tan Patches Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross Male In South East (UB8)

  • Dog ID 113855
  • Status Found
  • Registered 15 Apr 2017
  • Name UNKNOWN UPDATE
  • Gender & Breed Male Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross
  • Age Adult
  • Colour White with tan patches
  • Marks & Scars Breed to be determined!!!
  • Tagged No
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Found 14 Apr 2017
  • Where Found Corner of Appletree Avenue and Violet Avenue
  • Found In Region South East
  • Found In Post Area UB8
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info
  • Phone 1 03444828300
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By GillyP - Administrator, Head Office
  • Views 4991
  • UNKNOWN UPDATE Poster Image
  • UNKNOWN UPDATE Extra Image

 

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janiejewel1649
Paws xd for this boy
janiejewel1649
Thanks Mary, GillyP, and Skywalker99 for the info; Now I understand. I personally think that all dogs,. male, and female should be neutered, unless a recognized breder, or they may be a medical reason. To me it`s just common sense...
DogLostGillyP - Administrator, Head Office
This dog wasn't seized for being dangerous. One person with a tape measure determined his breeding
Skywalker99
There was a graph on the BBC news website yesterday showing the rise in the number of hospital visits with dog bites in the last few years.... BSL would not appear to effective and needs to be changed.
Mary
Janiejewel1649 the owners can apply for an exemption. He will need to be neutered if he is not already. Any dog can be seized under the Dangerous Dog Act if it is dangerously out of control. Last edited: 2017-04-19 08:44:13 by Mary
DogLostGillyP - Administrator, Head Office
As long as the owners fight and go through the process he should be ok.
janiejewel1649
This Law is absolutely ridiculous. He looks such a lovely dog too. Is it definite that he will be pts? This idiotic Law really needs to be changed. I have know personally three dogs who were very aagressive, and had to be pts. Nothing to do with this lads breed. And their owners treated the dogs okay. I know the families really well. I wont name the breeds though. So, do they seize these breeds as well? Words fail me?Last edited: 2017-04-19 08:32:57 by janiejewel1649
DogLostGillyP - Administrator, Head Office
Sadly after being assessed this lad has been typed and seized by police. Owners obviously upset but have a lot of support.
Hollieberry
My thoughts exactly Patlucky .
DogLostGillyP - Administrator, Head Office
Parrys are aware
DogLostkaren14568 - Area Co-ordinator, West London
Patlucky - exactly what I thought!!
DogLostkaren14568 - Area Co-ordinator, West London
Very glad to hear Owners found. If they need any help please ask them to contact me.
DogLostGillyP - Administrator, Head Office
Owners are now known. Let's hope SDU do not type him. Fingers crossed
onestopalldogs
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BigGSDPatlucky
OH god not another weekend and a Staffie cross
DogLostGillyP - Administrator, Head Office
This dog has been cross posted from the SDK Environmental website and has no relation to doglost. Please call 03444828300 quoting reference LBH SDK-ICS926
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