Reunited: White Coton De Tulear Male

  • Dog ID 120834
  • Status Reunited
  • Registered 12 Oct 2017
  • Gender & Breed Male Coton de Tulear
  • Age Adult
  • Colour White
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Yes
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 12 Oct 2017
  • Where Lost Severn Drive, Hinchley Wood, Esher KT10 0AJ
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area KT10
  • Date Found 15 Oct 2017
  • Where Found St Andrews Close on tracks behind garden
  • Found In Region South East
  • Found In Post Area KT7
  • Date Reunited 15 Oct 2017
  • Other Info Paddington sighted in Lower Sand Hills and Beechwood Close, Long Ditton around 10:05am, he then ran onto Lovelace Road towards Surbiton. Local dog walker also saw Paddington at 9:55am running down Sugden Road and into the Hockey Club (Cheeky Monkeys). Paddington was also sighted in the area around Ditton Hill during this time frame. Last sighting of Paddington was on the railway track near Lynwood Gardens and Claygate Lane where the track splits at approx 10:30am.
  • Phone 1 07812 156034
  • Phone 2 07500082725
  • Listed By NTimoney
  • Views 5827
  • Alerts Sent 185


Sightings and Information

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DogLostMillypod (Chris) - Administrative Volunteer
Great news :) Welcome home Paddington.x

Well done to all involved.
Great news. Stay close now Paddington :-)xxx
DogLostJulie - Social Media Team, Surrey
Copying Paddington's story from NTimoney on DL Surrey FB page "The Story of Paddington 💙 As you aware, Paddington was sighted by a gentleman this morning. He was on the track and still in the vicinity of where he had been sighted on Thurs morning. This evening around 6:05pm Emma received a call from one of the residents of Scott Farm Close to say Paddington was watching them eat their dinner from over the fence on the railway bank. The residents went out to investigate but he ran off along the bank side. Emma and Neil went straight over but as he'd already disappeared back towards the Esher direction, they then decided to ask for access to one of the gardens in the neighbouring St Andrews Close and I went out to meet them. Shortly after, Emma received a call from a family in St Andrews Close who had heard barking over the fence on the railway bank. We raced over and into their garden to the gap between the trees and the fencing at the back. We heard him rustling about a few times but at this point hadn't seen him. Neil whistled his special whistle for Paddington and after a few minutes, his gorgeous little white face appeared and he came running towards the fence!! Neil yanked the fence back and pulled up the wire fence behind it from the ground and he was then brought to safety through the gap. The video shows the final part of his rescue (sorry I had to keep the phone light towards the ground as didn't want the light to spook him). He has now been seen by the vet and Emma says he is fine apart from a lacerated ear that had fly eggs in it. But that’s all cleaned up and he has had antibiotics. Emma and Neil have to take him to the vets tomorrow to check the bandage etc and he may need the end of his ear removed but will know more tomorrow. Thank you to everyone for your unrelenting support. I'm sure everyone will get a great night's sleep, Especially Emma, Neil and the gorgeous Paddington xxx"
DogLostSharon - Social Media Team
Great news. X
DogLostnickyjm-Area volunteer Bucks
Fantastic news! Well done Team Paddington x
DogLostGillyP - Administrator, Head Office
Reunited photo now on.
Jenny & Tiga k9tracker
I sent owner a text to say I could help tomorrow but within an hour I got a text to say he had just been found. The video clip I saw shows that he looks fine but I am sure owner will update shortly.
I guess a dog named after a bear named after a station had to stay safe on the tracks! Hope he us ok.
DogLostJulie - Social Media Team, Surrey
Just posted on Dog Lost Surrey FB page "They've got him" just the most brilliant news well done to everyone who has helped. I am sure there will be an update shortly. J. x
DogLostJulie - Social Media Team, Surrey
Update from NTimoney "Seen on the track at appx 6:05-6:10pm this evening by resident in Scott Farm Close (within 1/4-1/2 mile of earlier sighting). Resident went into garden as Paddington was looking straight at them over the fence. Sadly he ran off" Owners are in the area now. J. x
Ah thank you for updating this Julie and Chris!!!! Xx I've been out on foot so just catching up with everything. Thank you to everyone that is helping in every way they can. It is really very much appreciated xxLast edited: 2017-10-15 16:18:30 by NTimoney
DogLostJulie - Social Media Team, Surrey
Crossposting from NTimoney on Dog Lost Surrey FB page "Hi everyone. Just got back. Myself, Emma, Neal Cuddy, Judy Gibbons Daphne and Susie have been out since this morning. As a team, we have searched every nook and cranny and everything else we can think of along the tracks where this mornings sighting was confirmed around the Windmill Lane area, spoken to the lovely gentleman who lives there to get a view from his garden and then back to the junction Padds was seen on Thursday. We then walked along the roads that run along the tracks through to Surbiton. Leaflets have been dropped and more posters have been placed. We've spoken to locals and checked along the garages that run along the railway lines. Basically pretty much everything possible has been covered. Scent towels have been placed at relevant points on the route too. We caught up with Mike from Network Rail who walked the track armed with chicken. Sadly no further sightings reported by Mike as yet. A BBQ at this stage would be too risky in case he crosses the tracks. It seems v likely that he is trying to find a route out from the tracks in this area and has pretty much tracked back to where he originally escaped. Along the route I have taken advice from both Chris Bedell and Paula Kelly on best possible course of action. It would appear that in order to stay safe, he probably now has a hidy hole and may be sleeping in the daytime which is not unusual for a dog that is in survival mode. We will do whatever it takes and will and have covered everything that is possible. Thanks for all your support x"
Please let him get off those tracks ok!
Confirmed sighting this morning still alongside the tracks. Sighted on the embankment near windmill close, just west of Surbiton station. Network Rail walking the line again shortly.

Thanks Joolz, Jenny aware x
Oh what a shame! In that case could the owners contact K9 Tracker (Jenny Tiga Brown)? Very experienced and could offer expert advice?xx
Joolz, thanks for the suggestion. Unfortunately they have confirmed they are unable to fly drones in the area he's missing fromLast edited: 2017-10-14 11:43:12 by csquaredb
More on the Leatherhead sighting - please bear in mind this may not be Paddington:

I was running up the Leatherhead bypass approaching the roundabout on the A24/A243 when he ran over the road from the Ashtead side crossed both lanes and then headed towards Leatherhead itself. I remember thinking he looked like he had run off but there wasn’t much I could do. Couldn’t see a collar too far away. Was about 930am Friday 13th

I have double checked with Nicholas that it was the roundabout near Downsend that he saw the dog: I was running towards Leatherhead. Downsend on my left and leatherhead on my right. Dog was heading down towards St Johns.Last edited: 2017-10-14 11:54:11 by csquaredb
Can Drone SAR for Lost Dogs help at all?xx
I don't want to detract from the main area of focus, but a similar dog was seen today on the A243/A24 roundabout heading into Leatherhead. I'm trying to find out more info from the sighter. I've spoken to his owner about it. If anyone is local to Leatherhead/Ashtead, please spread the word on the off chance it could be him. It's unlikely, but stranger things have happened in the past. His owners have just moved to Ashtead and although he hasn't been to the house he has been walked at Downsend, which is near where the sighting was xLast edited: 2017-10-14 11:41:46 by csquaredb
DogLostJulie - Social Media Team, Surrey
The kind gentleman from Network Rail walked the tracks this morning and unfortunately there was no sign of Paddington - people are working very hard walking the roads in the area and putting up posters including postering houses that back onto the railway in case he is hiding in any of the gardens along there.
There is a comment on his dog,it's Surrey thread that he was hit by a train at surbiton yesterday, but then seen running around the tracks at Hampton court....
DogLostJulie - Social Media Team, Surrey
From NTimoney on Dog Lost Surrey FB page "UPDATE: Morning sadly no news of him as yet however just to update you all that Paddington's owner Emma has spoken to SW/Network Rail. The kind gentleman (RW engineer/signaller) who recently found another local dog safe on the track will be taking a walk along the area of the tracks Paddington was last seen and beyond. Emma also retraced his last known movements in the area and also took a train from Surbiton to Esher early this morning to see if she was able to see anything but unfortunately it was too dark. We will update when and if we have further info"
His bed will be placed at the house where he went missing and his towel will be put over the gate he was seen going through at Surbiton Station Car Park (rear car park)
Thanks everyone. Yes I have informed Jenny and Tiga and have passed these details to Paddington's owners x
DogLostMillypod (Chris) - Administrative Volunteer
Sharing Twitter.
DogLostSharon - Social Media Team
I have shared with DL FB Page, Twitter & Public. I hope that Paddington is safely back at home soon.X
Sue - onestopalldogs
Shared to @onestopalldogsLost Facebook and Twitter
Are Jenny and tiga aware?
Last sighting on railway track at 10:30am near Lynwood Gardens and Claygate Lane where the track splits.
UPDATE 15:45 - DL Posters have been put up in the area.
Thank you Battersea Dogs Home.

My dog walker also saw Paddington at 9:55am running down Sugden Road and into the Hockey Club (Cheeky Monkeys) She was behind another van with hazard lights on who was obviously trying to help.

Seems like his possible route given the timing of the various sightings could be as follows:

Severn Drive/Manor Road North/Sugden Road/St Mary's/Lovelace Road/Lower Sand Hills/Beechwood Close/Lovelace Road/crossed A243/Walpole Road/Glenbuck Road and into back of Surbiton Stn Car Park.
Last edited: 2017-10-12 15:39:45 by NTimoney
Battersea Dogs HomeAbbalish
We have made a report at Battersea for Paddington but no news yet. We will contact owner if he is brought in or reported to us.
DogLostSarah - Twitter Co-ordinator & Area Co-ordinator, Cambridgeshire
Tweeted @DogLostUK
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Thank you! Alerts sent to helpers in KT6,7,8,9,10,11,12.

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