Reunited: Black And White Staffordshire Bull Terrier Female

  • Dog ID 113981
  • Status Reunited
  • Registered 18 Apr 2017
  • Gender & Breed Female Staffordshire Bull Terrier
  • Age Adult
  • Colour black and white
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 16 Mar 2017
  • Where Lost Stevenage.
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area SG1
  • Date Reunited 21 Apr 2017
  • Other Info
  • Phone 1 07543 827031
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By Jayne - Administrator, Head Office
  • Views 3915


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so many kind dog lovers who do so much, including and many sanctuaries and invidiuals BUT IF I READ THESE MESSAGES CORRECTLY THE MICROCHIP DETAILS WERE NOT UP TO DATE? so much time effort money heartache worry phone calls facebook msgs emails etc etc etc are saved by CORRECT CHIP DETAILS and CORRECT ID TAGS. takes so little time and money to have both -
We are a rescue created to help Bull breeds. As SimonH says the dogs have to move to wherever there is space for them - sometimes the length of the UK. We use foster homes and in the case of my latest addition (emergency foster, let down by many other fosters, back to me on foster and then adopted) she was found in the North of England, the only foster space we could find for her was in Wales (which did not work out due to the resident Golden Retriever attacking her so she had to be moved), she then ended up in Essex (no cost for that transport as I took her all the way from the Welsh coast to the East of England) - change of circumstances meant she then needed a new foster home after a few months, was messed around by someone saying when she turned up that she was too big (how big do they think a staffie x greyhound is likely to be??), which is when she then travelled back across the UK - with most of the run donated by volunteers - to my place. Sorry about the essay but trying to explain why dogs have to move so far from where they were found sometimes!
The pound pullers have many rescue contacts all over the country including the outer islands - they share like mad the dogs needing space. Some are easier to place than others for various reasons - and quite a few bull breeds go up to Scottish rescues - the pound pullers also raise funds for these dogs costs including travel and vaccinations etc. Amazing team of volunteers who fight so hard to keep these dogs safe and a chance of a future.
Wow, what a Wonderful story #HappyReunite
HOW on earth do these Missing Dogs 'travel' so far ?
Because there is no room in Kennels & they are moved around ?
BLESS YOU ALL who were involved in Her being ale to go back home.
I have shared Rescue's details to my F/book & will Tweet too.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Lovely photo!
DogLostGillyP - Administrator, Head Office
Reunited photo now on. May need to refresh the page to view
DogLostBobble - Area Co-ordinator, Somerset & North Dorset
Great news, please update the microchip NOW! Could have been a different ending for lovely Boo's story.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
I managed okay via paypal....
I have been unable to donate, either with my Paypal account or my bank, not sure if there is a problem with the link ? I managed to donate by going to the UnderheughArkRescueCharity website, Just in case anybody else is having the same problem x
Fantastic. This has made my day. And will definitely make a donation. Too many strays (esp. staffies) are killed simply due to lack of room and understanding. Overjoyed at the happy ending!!
Pound pullers are brilliant and save so many lives.Without them Boo may have been PTS (along with hundreds of other stray dogs).The rescue support network for dogs in the UK deserves so many thanks.As does Dogs Lost and other support services.There is an untold story out there of the hundreds of kind dog lovers who save lives due to endless hours of fund raising and pure hard work.We salute you.xx
What a great result by such dedicated people, well done all!
Wonderful news.x
DogLostjenny4 - Area Co-ordinator, West Hampshire
Such wonderful news .I am so pleased for the Owner that she was saved. Sadly so many Staffords get put down for no reason other than there is no room any where. Well done all involved espicially the Pound Pullers and the Rescue who gave her a second chance.And well done SimonH for posting her on here if I say so myself it is the best Group , so many volunteers come on here and help in any way they they can even if its only sharing it all helps get the word out. Welcome home Beautiful Boo xxxxx
DogLostReynard - Area Volunteer, Wiltshire
Fab result, welcome home Boo :-)

Please donate edited: 2017-04-21 23:00:45 by Reynard - Area Volunteer, Wiltshire
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Totally agree Mandy! For volunteer groups like us donations are spent directly on dogs...if you are reading this update...and feeling part of the next reunited dog... please consider donating to Underheugh on earlier post. Reunited stories like this only happen because of these volunteers and the hard unpaid work they do.
So so glad there was a happy ending for Boo!!. Well done to the Pound Pullers for recognising her! If anyone reading this can support The Underheugh Ark (link in SimonH's post) they would be very grateful. They have a super reputation and rescue so many dogs that may otherwise have run out of time. I know they too will be delighted to have Boo reunited with her familyLast edited: 2017-04-21 21:52:53 by Mandy
She was with in Scotland - the rescue checked with the owners vet who gave a glowing report and hence Boo was returned to her family :)
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Boo was ecstatic to see her owner again and wee'd and squealed with enjoyment! Thank you everyone for this great result and to Steph from the kennels in Scotland...Please let us know the kennels as I am sure people would love to support you and the others involved for saving Boo! Reunited photos coming pleased to move to blue...and of course huge thanks to helpers Sharon57 blue and SimonH.....what a result! I am proud of you!!!
Best news ever xx
Good evening everybody..just a quick up date..I GOT my Boo back,she's home safe and sound,Thank you so much everybody for all the Help and Support..Thank you Dog Lost, you are all Awesome and doing a Great job..
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office she,ll be over joyed to see you! Do take some photos for us please so we can share with everyone who helped. I remember when you called and said someone recommended you put Boo on doglost and you thought it was a long shot.....but worth the effort...Doglost helpers are brilliant!
Just fabulous. Dog Massive shout out!!!!
Hi all, just a quick update,A friend of mine will be bringing Boo home tomorrow afternoon from Scotland so she should be with me at home in the evening, I'll keep you all posted.
Ginnys Mum
So pleased your lovely girl is coming home! x
Skywalker99,that is the first thing I'm going to do,get all her details up todate..
So pleased she is going home, Peter you have been very lucky, please get the chip details up to date....
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Thank you everyone..especially SimonH, and those that helped...and the invaluable pound pullers! will call tomorrow for update
A MASSIVE THANKYOU to everyone for their help and effort. Dog Lost UK THANKYOU, can't wait to get my dog back.
Boo will be reunited with her owner. Transport from her rescue to their home is being arranged asap.
I'm told the microchip wasn't up to date with current owners details...
Fab news, hope she is home soon. Didn't anyone check her chip though?
Boo was found and luckily the pound pullers who save the lives of the dogs from that pound spent a great deal of time and money to keep her alive after her 7 days were up - the owner is in contact with the pound pullers.
Thank you everybody for the Positive comments and all the help..
Ginnys Mum
Hope Boo is reunited soon xLast edited: 2017-04-18 23:39:30 by Ginnys Mum
Fingers crossed for good news in the morning for boo and her owner
Coreyhoward, Possibly found but not reunited, because location not known. will be more help than me!
Just to confirm is this dog found?
DogLostSarah - Twitter Co-ordinator & Area Co-ordinator, Cambridgeshire
Tweeted @DogLostUK
Thank you so much for your really means a lot to me..Thanks Sharon..
I will pass that on to her x
Hi Sharon, that sounds great, if your co-ordinator calls me tomorrow at 1:00pm or at 3:30pm..I would appreciate it so much..
Thank you.
Hi Peter, I am a volunteer, I help out with the poundies. I believe that Boo went to rescue yesterday. I will ask our co-ordinator to phone you xx
Hi Sharon57blue,I'm not on fb but you can message me or email me..
Skywalker99 please contact me on 07543827031..I'm Boo's owner. .thank you.
Hi are you on fb ? Boo has gone to rescue, just trying to find out which one ?
I have a short video that I took while trying to find a space for her xLast edited: 2017-04-18 20:12:43 by sharon57blue
Skywalker I'm Boo's owner.
My mobile is 07543827031...please contact me..
ADMIN - owner may need some help here.
Rachel222 I spoke to a lady at the Wardens at she told me that Boo was at a rescue home or centre..I asked her where about but wouldn't tell me..I told her I was prepared to go and buy her back..
Anyone know who the best person is for Boo's owner to contact?
That does look like Boo in the pic. Kimpton is a bit of a way out, from the SG1 area in a day, fingers crossed for Boo. Maybe the Kimpton Blue Cross were contacted?
Sue - onestopalldogs
Shared Facebook and Twitter
Hi Sharon.
I'm the owner of Boo, would you know which rescue centre she would have gone to... Thank you.
If the dog sharon showed is yours go to Stray dogs page and find out what rescue she went to
Is this your BOO ??? I know that she was offered a rescue space, not sure if she has gone yet x
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in SG1,2,3,4.

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