Lost: White, Black And Tan Markings Fox Terrier Female In South East (N1)

  • Dog ID 122198
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 17 Nov 2017
  • Name ROSIE
  • Gender & Breed Female Fox Terrier
  • Age Adult
  • Colour White, Black and Tan markings
  • Marks & Scars Currently shaved front leg and belly
  • Tagged Yes
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 15 Nov 2017
  • Where Lost Kingsland basin, canal, Haggerston. Hackney london
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area N1
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info She loves balls. Her tag on her collar is a Welsh flag.
  • Phone 1 07970130722
  • Phone 2 07766233892
  • Listed By Marnie
  • Views 33855
  • Alerts Sent 146
  • ROSIEPoster Image
  • ROSIEExtra Image

 

Sightings and Information

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CubanDancer36
Tweets sent to well known people who have lots of followers and have had retweets from Jodie Marsh (600k followers) and Dan Whiston (67k followers) also Kerry Lucy (Lee from Step's Wife with 8442 followers) retweeted for me plus Jan Leeming ex newsreader on tv sent a message of support for Marnie. Other ppl have retweeted too. Will keep tweeting! Lets find Rosie :-)Last edited: 2017-12-13 14:07:06 by CubanDancer36
DogLostCJ - Police Liaison Co-ordinator
Tweets sent out direct to London cabbies- with photo plus links to doglost asking they spread the word. They are re-tweeting .
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Tx Janiejewel! for ypur positive comment.
janiejewel1649
Paws, and fingers xd for the safe return of Rosie.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Comment awaiting moderation
Vixand26
Comment awaiting moderation
Freddie12
Retweets today to over 14million people - from Ricky Gervais [12.9 million], Jane Fallon [36.8k] again and Russell Kane [1 million], and Dom Joly [218k followers] thanks to Sharon Forbes on twitter
DogLostCJ - Police Liaison Co-ordinator
sent out twitter alerts with photo doglost link and owners details for contact any sightings
Freddie12
I'm sharing far and wide on facebook today just in case Rosie is further afield. Desperately hoping that she might be found today with all the snow on the ground xx
DogLostCJ - Police Liaison Co-ordinator
Not sure of conditions in London but i am about 30 miles away and very surprised to see snow this morning. Hopefully the london buildings will keep areas warmer .
DogLostPoochpal - Regional Co-ordinator, South West
Thank you for amending the post, please can only comments relevant to the search and safekeeping of Rosie be added. With the weather on the change she needs to be back home as soon as possible.
Vixand26
Inappropriate comments amended
Shelagh
Rosie still missing
Doglover
Shared to help find Rosie
Ronmaxtye F1
Rosie still missing
Doglover
Rosie still missing
DogLostPoochpal - Regional Co-ordinator, South West
I have edited the last 2 comments regarding sightings. At the request of the local coordinator the locality of any sightings must not be disclosed for Rosie's safety.
It is good to know that she has been seen though and I am sure the information will have been passed direct to owner and local team helping her.
Doglover
Edited.
Doglover
Edited
DogLostBobble - Area Co-ordinator, Somerset & North Dorset
Another 2 possible sightings (owner unable to get logged on at mo).
Shelagh
Thank you Freddie12/for all your tweeting and getting word out about Rosie. You have done an amazing job. Please keep tweeting for little girlie. Xx Marnie will keep you informed of all developments.
Shelagh
Thank you Freddie 12. Anybody wanting to search please only drive or cycle. We do not need foot Searchers at this present time. We have few different areas where scent and food have been left for Rosie to find. To give her best possible chance we wish to keep areas free of unusual scents. When driving if you see Rosie please do not approach her or call her. Just call owner. There are several extremely dangerous roads and a railway,we have to make sure Rosie stays safe. We have no further new confirmed sightings of Rosie since Saturday but have a few leads to follow. Rosie can be anywhere on a route between Whitecross Street and kingsland road.Remember Rosie is looking dirtier and more unkempt than her poster. Please keep tweeting,sharing and getting word out about Rosie. Please do not share any sightings etc on Facebook or any social media page. Give direct to Owner. .x
Freddie12
Just checking in to send my support and crossed paws that Rosie will be found soon xLast edited: 2017-12-07 15:42:29 by Freddie12
Shelagh
XLast edited: 2017-12-07 10:16:08 by Shelagh
Shelagh
We will be chasing few leads today. As always happens with posters info comes in which has to all be checked,most times it is not dog in question but proves posters are working. Plotted sightings on map has given us a bit of Rosie’s route taken previously. .we will be out later looking in areas Rosie is familiar with. Which actually is a very big area. Fingers xd for positive news today. Poor Rosie is trying so hard to find her Owner but they keep missing each other. Xx
Shelagh
Well done Freddie12
Freddie12
Got a retweet from Rob Edwards, huge animal campaigner from Australia, 175k followers. Getting it spread out there far and wide
Freddie12
Just managed to get a retweet from actor Scott Kyle [Outlander] to his 416k followers. Hoping someone somewhere is going to read these tweets and realise they have just seen her, make the call and bingo. Crossing those paws still x
Freddie12
I saw on twitter that @billiechoclab has searched around London Fields/Canal/ Whiston/ Haggerston area today - no sightings and read a tweet that @pcsharonpage from Muswell Hill Ward has travelled on her day off work to help in the search today. She's tweeted to say she is in Haggerston PArk handing out leaflets - lovely that lots of people are aware and are keeping their eyes open for Rosie. Just has a Retweet from the lovely "Pets At Home" to their 64k followers. News still spreading. Goodwill messages coming in from across the globe, all corners of the workd. Everyone waiting for news. Paws absolutely crossed here xLast edited: 2017-12-06 13:07:29 by Freddie12
DogLostBobble - Area Co-ordinator, Somerset & North Dorset
Thanks Freddie12 Bumped due to press coverage.

Thank you Sue Perkins.
Freddie12
Lovely Archant reporter Emma Bartholomew had been away, she got onto Rosie's story as soon as she returned to work! Here's the link to the piece in the Hackney Gazette today: - http://www.hackneygazette.co.uk/news/appeal-to-find-missing-dog-appeal-from-hackney-goes-viral-after-sue-perkins-retweet-1-5309405
Shelagh
Fantastic news Freddie 12. Well done your hard work has paid off. Let’s hope it gives us some answers as to where little miss is hiding
Freddie12
Hackney Gazette are going to run the story. This might be a breakthrough in reaching people who haven't already heard, I hope. Paws crossed
Freddie12
Just cross posting urgent plea from owner on twitter this morning in case anyone on here is local to the area - "Need help getting posters up in Whiston Rd junction Kingsland Rd area and 1 mile radius. Please if in area or know of someone who is in area, print from here and put out at eye level, thank you. I'm exhausted" http://www.doglost.co.uk/poster.php?dogId=122198Last edited: 2017-12-08 07:37:44 by Freddie12
Shelagh
Yes tons of people do know about Rosie but area is highly populated. A lot of people there will not be interested in reporting a dog.,. The area is very big as well and leads into city so people are rushing around all the time. On positive side. Tons of dog walkers,boaters and dog friendly people are looking for her. There are so many places she could be hiding it just impossible to know where she is right now. She obviously has a number of safe hides holes where she goes too. We just need a current sighting so we know what area she is in now. That sighting will come., we just have to wait for it. Everything possible is being done to find sweet Rosie,.x
Freddie12
Yes I understand completely. Goodness. Hope she stays close to home and will be spotted soon thanks to the posters and word of mouth you are getting out there. There can't be many people in that area that would not know who she was if they saw her now. I'll carry on tweeting and insta etc and am still badgering the local press and eve std too - Praying for her safe return today.
Shelagh
Drone can be used in fields and parks but at moment all sightings of Rosie have been residential. Rosie’s owner has been in contact with a tracker dog I believe. More posters went up yesterday so hope for another sighting soon.
Justine
Could scent dogs be used? I know in the area where we live they are often used but we are rural so not sure how effective in an urban area?
Freddie12
Yes, I thought so. But Michelle from Dogs on The Streets DOTS said it's ok if it's over a park or field or something. I have no idea but she seemed to think ok. I've been in touch with the guy on a previous search and he knew his stuff / rules regulations etcLast edited: 2017-12-05 07:07:12 by Freddie12
Shelagh
You can’t fly drone there. It is inner city,residential
Freddie12
Hi Shelagh, someone was asking again about using a drone, I wasn't sure if it's allowed in the area - DOTS [Michelle, who I know you know] were saying they could ask the guy they know. I wonder if you think this would be a good idea at this point? I just said to Michelle that it would all be co-ordinated through you as I know you know each other, hope that's ok. What about Jenny & Tiga the K9 tracker, are they available? Not wanting to tread on any toes or get in the way. I'm not getting much joy with the papers yet. Anyone got any good contacts? Tried individual journos as well as the main editorial contacts etc. Tweeted, emailed etc. Is there anything else I can do to help from a distance? I saw the sighting mentioned below but owner hasn't said anything about this one today, so guess unconfirmed at mo?Last edited: 2017-12-04 16:14:56 by Freddie12
Freddie12
I've tweeted the latest sighting to all I can think of, checked Rosie in at London Fields, Regents Canal and Broadway Market on Facebook and I've re-done my instagram posts from this morning, tagging the locations. It means her face comes up if anyone else tags themselves in there. I've direct messaged sellers and shops around the market. In every post I am stressing not to chase or call her and to telephone Marnie straight away. I'm literally praying now for some good news. Please God
DogLostBobble - Area Co-ordinator, Somerset & North Dorset
Thanks Doglover bumped due to new possible sighting

Please keep sharing...
Doglover
Possible sighting of Rosie at Broad street market E8
DogLostBobble - Area Co-ordinator, Somerset & North Dorset
Thanks Freddie that is great news, hope it helps. I saw Deborah Meaden's messages too. Thanks for contacting the radio again as well.
Freddie12
The thunderclap went out yesterday to over 419k people. Deborah Meaden has been tweeting her support too. It seems little Rosie has captured hearts across the world with messages coming from far corners. Please come home beautiful Rosie, we all want to see you safely reunited with Marnie xxLast edited: 2017-12-04 07:31:00 by Freddie12
Ronmaxtye F1
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DogLostBobble - Area Co-ordinator, Somerset & North Dorset
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Shelagh
Sighting was junction kings land road and whiston road. Rosie is looking a bit dirty and dishevelled now but otherwise seems ok. We have been out searching area all afternoon. Sadly no sightings yet. Posters are up so hopefully somebody will see Rosie soon.
DogLostBobble - Area Co-ordinator, Somerset & North Dorset
Bumped due to recent sighting.
Please remember if you see her stay quiet and contact Marnie
0797 0130722
0776 6233892

Note carefully where you are and which way she is going.

so close now....
Justine
Rosie last seen 4pm yesterday at the junction of Kingsland Road and Nuttall Street! Please keep up the good work and don’t forget to call Marnie a call as soon as you see anything- Rosie will most likely run away if you approach her.
Shelagh
I was out last night checking area we think Rosie was frequenting. Spent good 4 hours going backwards and forwards but sadly no sign of little miss Rosie. The cemetery has been checked by owners today,but dogs are clever at hiding. There was a sighting yesterday but it is unconfirmed at moment,as owner is trying to contact informer for more concrete information. Posters are being repositioned for maximum effect .. some problem with owners log in for Doglost this morning.
Freddie12
Plea on social media from owner - Really important to stress to any members of the public not to try and catch Rosie, she will be very frightened and may run away. Search gently and ring owner if you see her. She has been out looking all night on Friday and was totally exhausted poor thing. Been some amazing tweets from: Sue Perkins [1 million followers!], Nicholas Soames, Kate Fallon, Kate Spicer ... I'm in touch with a reporter from Hackney Gazette trying to get a feature. Loving Dalston have been tweeting and will carry on. I've tweeted all the local MPS teams again this morning to remind bobbies on the beat to keep an eye out. Think I saw a tweet from owner saying 3 sightings yesterday [Sat] but that might be the ones from Friday. She said they are concentrating on Bunhill Row area / Bunhill Fields which is a burial ground. I imagine that if they know she is in there then it would need to be a very carefully managed search between owner and local doglost helpers who will have the expertise to coax her out gently. Wish I was closer! Good luck and paws crossed as always xLast edited: 2017-12-03 19:05:24 by Freddie12
#stoppettheft
ohhh, what lovely people you ALL are - i just wish i was nearer to help too
but i am Retweeting & Praying for Her Safe Return x
Shelagh
Ron and I have been out all evening searching for Rosie. We checked all of route we think she is taking and checked properly all bushes in parks using our new thermal imaging camera. There are a lot of noisy people about tonight and I feel she would not appear with so much activity. I will go out again tomorrow at a later time.
Jane
...EVERYONE is waiting for good news, you're closing in on her..xx
Freddie12
Have posted on facebook and "checked in" with her poster at the places she has been nearby to: The BArbican / Whitecross Street Market / St Luke's and Ironmonger Row Baths. At least anyone else that checks into these places today should read the posts. Also done the same on instagram. So close now. Holding my breath for some newsLast edited: 2017-12-01 12:41:37 by Freddie12
Freddie12
Done some fresh tweets with new sightings shown on a map. Tweeted in and around sighting area as much as poss. asked Barbican to RT. Still trying to get reporters to do a story. am hopeful Last edited: 2017-12-01 12:42:03 by Freddie12
Shelagh
Maybe show posters to market traders in white cross street. Also do they have a cleansing team for when market shuts. Try get a poster to them. Concentrate on areas we discussed yesterday,church,park etc. . You’re doing fantastic with posters,searches etc,and your closing in on her now. Take her squeaky toy and ball when you chilling in park.
Marnie
Been in the area all night. Just by Finsbury leisure centre. Drove all over 6-7am, spoke to morning workers, no sightings yet by me. Will cycle back at about 9am and poster and look till 10am. Then have to work for a bit. But will be back there about 1:30pm. I've tweeted, fb, and instagram on my accounts. Thank you guys, you are amazing, Shelagh don't know what I would have done without you yesterday morning in tears x
Freddie12
brilliant work, well done Marnie. She is leaving you clues at last. Clever girl Rosie. Show your little nose now and keep safe and warm until your lovely owner can find you. paws crossed here
Ronmaxtye F1
Marnie has always had all the help she needs and the momentum is the same as always has been, the difference is Marnie has now put enough posters up in the right places and we are now getting sightings to work with, fingers crossed a result soon
Shelagh
Posters are working. Rosie sighted white cross street last night. We think we have worked out her route, if these sightings are indeed her. Fingers xd
DogLostBobble - Area Co-ordinator, Somerset & North Dorset
Sue Perkins was an early Celeb tweeting about Rosie.

So pleased to see the momentum is building and Marnie is getting the help she needs :)
Shelagh
No owner doesn’t know herself. She will let me know when she gets there. It is in ec1 though. Stress possible sighting of dog alone in park. No description
Freddie12
Shelagh do you know which park? I'll tweet out the latest news .....
Freddie12
Michelle is amazing! Just been chatting with her this afternoon. I've looked up a few celebs who live nearby and have asked for RTs - Michelle Collins, Rebecca Front, Idris Elba, trevor Nelson, Lord Sugar, Ray Winstone. Hopefully this latest sighting might be her and maybe we won't need these any more! Paws crossed still xLast edited: 2017-11-30 17:49:48 by Freddie12
Shelagh
Michelle Clarke founder of dots is friend of mine. Possible sighting of Rosie in a park in ec1 yesterday. Owner is there now. Posters are everywhere round there. I will be going out soon
Freddie12
Journalist Kate Spicer is also being very supportive, she has tweeted again today to her 13.9k followers
Freddie12
Hackney Citizen have kindly retweeted a "Help Find Them" Tweet which has the dogLost poster link. they have 26.2k followers which is fab. Camden New journal said no as not their area :-( still hopeful of one of the others helping with a storyLast edited: 2017-11-30 16:03:11 by Freddie12
Freddie12
Good idea, Shelagh. I've contacted their editorial and press office to see if they will consider running the story. I'm speaking to the DOTS founder this afternoon and will check whether she has been in the area lately too.
Shelagh
Could you try big issue. Freddie12. I know d.o.t.s art looking but they don’t often do a station that way. There are lots of homeless with dogs around that way and most have my card although obviously not all. They are out all the time and many have dogs. Not all would see big issue I realise but word tends to spread pretty quickly in homeless community
Freddie12
I don't know the area that well, but have contacted these papers [they may just do an online story but anything will help as you say]:
Islington Tribune, Hackney GAzette, Hackney Post, Hackney Today, Loving Dalston, Islington Gazette, HAckney Citizen, Hackney Hive, Camden New Journal [they cover all areas] and lastly Evening Standard because you just never know, they might do it.
Are there any others that people know of that I have missed out? Please post here and I will do my best. Hoping to reach someone this way who may not be on social media and has not seen a poster. Difficult to believe that is possible I know! Paws crossed x

Last edited: 2017-11-30 13:22:37 by Freddie12
Marnie
Yes please Freddy. Everything will help
DogLostBobble - Area Co-ordinator, Somerset & North Dorset
Thanks Freddie12 keep sharing that is really helpful.
Freddie12
Would owner like me to try and get some coverage in the local press, in print and online? Have had success with this kind of thing in the past. I know a journo was in touch but haven't seen anything printed yet. I did tweet them all but don't think that has worked as yet. happy to do this but don't want to tread on anyone's toes. Meanwhile I'll keep sharing on Twitter / FB and Insta as much as poss. Last edited: 2017-12-08 07:34:44 by Freddie12
Marnie
Emailed dog wardens in islington, newham and tower hamlets to check Rosie not there with a photo and poster and microchip no. Will follow with a phone call in the morning.
Postered all on Goswell Rd junction area of sighting this afternoon, and route me and Rosie used to walk home from there. Thank you everyone below for all the advice and practical info.
Islington dog warden is impossible to get on the phone. Very frustrating!
Jane
Shared, Twittered GOOD LUCK xx
DogLostBobble - Area Co-ordinator, Somerset & North Dorset
Marnie, It's always a good idea to keep checking with the dog warden and adjoining ones too, sometimes the microchip does not read from a quick scan and not everyone knows what a Fox Terrier looks like. So hopefully, you have followed up, don't be afraid to make a nuisance of yourself.

A week old sighting is still a sighting and will link in with the new one.

Good luck.
DogLostSharon - Social Media Team
I have reshared with DL FB Page, Twitter & Public. I hope that Rosie is safely back at home soon.X
Marnie
I did all when she first went missing. I'll do a follow up.

Sighting of a lost fox terrier last Wednesday 9am at the north east corner of goswell road and old street.
Shelagh
Get a poster to Islington dog warden and city vets. You can email it.You could do newham wardens as well.
Marnie
Was out with food and smelliest till 9:30pm last night at marshes. Backbthrre this morning 7:30am till 11am, others from twitter also out on marshes. No sightings. Will go back later. Posters up, printing more. Spoke to lots of dog walkers
DogLostkaren14568 - Area Co-ordinator, West London
Sharing to West London pages and many others. Good luck xx
Shelagh
We had a drive around there this evening a few times and back up to kings land basin.im afraid we never saw Rosie tonight. Will have another look tomorrow
Marnie
Siting at princess of Wales pub proved another dog once cctv viewed. Siting near the marshes sports centre near the river alongside the car park their could still be a possibility. Food and smelliest left their tonight. I will return at dawn and poster up that area. I still need to chase the old street possible siting a bit more. Rosie not seen today by me.
Captain
Rosie now has a Thunderclap -
https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/65375-rosie-missing-since-15th-nov
Please support and then share to get her as wide a social reach as possible - only five days left, finshes 3rd December
Freddie12
I've put some posts on other E5 facebook groups - a Park Run and a Running Group and I did a fresh post on DOTS too
Freddie12
I've just done a fresh load of tweets to people in E5, HAckney MArshes and River LEa. I've done some facebook posts, checking it=n at a few places to try and spread the word to people who may not have seen posters or heard about her already. I'm joining some E5 facebook groups to post there. I'm going to post on instagram in a minute too. I know there are a couple of posts on insta already but thought a few more wont hurt. I'll get my thinking cap on to see if there is anything else I can think of. the facebook page is a good idea, but I know how much admin these things take up and impt messages may not reach the owner if she is out searching. I'll do anything I can to help you get her home. SO glad there have now been sightings, it's a great sign.Last edited: 2017-11-28 16:57:04 by Freddie12
Shelagh
I’ve just come back from there sadly no luck. I try go out again a bit later if I can get a lift.
skyninchar
Does Rosie have a facebook page? have you got a support network that could be set up to arrange a search party?, have you thought about joining Sar drone group https://www.facebook.com/groups/DroneSARForLostDogsUK/
Marnie
2 possible sightings Hackney marshes yesterday river by car park sports centre. And today Princess of Wales Pub, under bridge, on river lea heading back to marshes. Both said dirty lone Terrier , nervous, Rosie's size. I've been there all day looking
PAW
Shared on PAW hope it helps - https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1689395967748004&set=gm.595327460810092&type=3&theater
Shelagh
Sharing to city vets. That is old street way.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Good call Bobble! Dots are very helpful have spoken to them several times.
DogLostBobble - Area Co-ordinator, Somerset & North Dorset
DOTS London now aware and suggest to find out about CCTV - good idea.

DOTS are Dogs on the Street and they are volunteers who do a fantastic job helping homeless people care for their dogs.
DogLostBobble - Area Co-ordinator, Somerset & North Dorset
Possible sighting - owner had a call saying they'd seen a dog like Rosie on her own looking scared near Old Street, East London, could everyone look out please in that area? Please help if you can.
DogLostBobble - Area Co-ordinator, Somerset & North Dorset
Thanks Freddie12, I'm tweeting her frequently as well, poor owner seems frantic and so helpful what you are doing.
Freddie12
I've tweeted Haggerton Radio and asked them to shout out on air, tweeted all the local papers to see if they'll cover the story, and done about 50 tweets to Haggerston local businesses and people and all the local MPS police teams to ask them to keep an eye out for her when they are on the beat . Hopefully might reach someone who hasn't already heard. Have also RT'd any tweets that have been done already. hope this is helpful! and hope she will be foudnsoon x Last edited: 2017-12-08 07:33:04 by Freddie12
Freddie12
I'm doing a few tweets this morning, hope I'm not duplicating what you have already tried. Also notified DOTS - Dogs on The Streets as they scan all dogs that are being cared for by homeless people and they cross reference on here. Just a small chance someone may be caring for her without realising her owner is frantically searching for her. I've also checked in on a few facebook locations locally with this poster and owners phone number. Anyone that also checks into those places will noe be aware and know to look out for Rosie. xLast edited: 2017-12-08 07:32:40 by Freddie12
Marnie
Posters out yesterday Finsbury Park and Springfield park. Tweets every day. Face book Marnie collins. Twitter #findrosie or swimrosieswim@Marniecollins1.
No sightings no news.
Shelagh
Posters are out in wide area. All agencies notified. London boaters and canals and waterways away. Still sharing to all Facebook groups locally daily.
Unknown
We've asked Rosie's owner to update this page so that we can see what has been done and where help is needed.
DogLostMillypod (Chris) - Administrative Volunteer
Still missing please keep sharing.

Owner is on Twitter. swimrosieswim‏ @Marniecollins1


Shelagh
No news on Rosie yet.
Battersea Dogs HomeAbbalish
Report made for Rosie at BDCH but no news yet, we will contact the owner if we hear anything.
DogLostSharon - Social Media Team
I have shared with DL FB Page, Twitter & Public. I hope that Rosie is safely back at home soon.X
Mandy
Has Rosie had an op (shaved areas?) Can they get a tracker dog in to see if they can trace the poor soul?
onestopalldogs
Shared to @onestopalldogsLost Facebook and Twitter
DogLostMillypod (Chris) - Administrative Volunteer
Sharing Twitter.
Shelagh
Will send email to owner. Have shared to london boaters and various neighbouring groups.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in N1,5,7,16. E1,2,3. EC1,WC1, NW1,5.
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