Lost: Black Patterdale Cross Male In South East (TN22)

  • Dog ID 26605
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 05 Dec 2010
  • Name FREDDIE
  • Gender & Breed Male Patterdale Cross (Neutered)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Black
  • Marks & Scars Roman nose
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 01 Dec 2010
  • Where Lost front garden (!) Bell Lane, between Nutley & Fletching, East Sussex (Freddie is missing with his daughter Coco, who is also a black Patterdale)
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area TN22
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Two dogs let out and chased a pheasant. It was the last they were seen. Have searched nearby woods everyday but still no sign of them. Very, very sad owners who are starting to give up hope because of the foot of snow we have at home. Really hoping that someone has taken them in or that they found shelter.
  • Phone 1 01825 712 524
  • Phone 2 07816 625 940
  • Listed By Anna Lewis
  • Views 1667
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Anna Lewis
Freddie and Coco are still missing, if everyone could just keep a look out this weekend while on their walks, that would be great. Anna x
Anna Lewis
If you could pass the message on that would be very kind. We are just trying to be hopeful, they are bright mischievous things. Thank again for your help and advice.
I live in Chiddingly which is quite a way down the A22 from you but I also walk on Ashdown Forest at the weekends and will ask other walkers. I would be quite happy to try out a local walk to you if you need an extra set of eyes,ears and 16 paws. I am sure that you have already advised the forestry commission so that their wardens are aware but keep pro active and hopeful. Make sure all the local rescue centres are aware also (Kit Wilson, Raestede and Last Chance, RSPCA Godstone). Two pointers who were lost near Inverness survived bitter conditons and turned up safe and sound after several days having found a half built summerhouse in someone's back garden for shelter. Your terriers are a far hardier sort of dog. Julie
Anna Lewis
Thank you for thinking of us, I think it is unlikely however, as that is 19 miles away. We are in East Sussex - A22, Ashdown Forest, Nutley, Fletching, Horsted Keynes, Scaynes Hill, Chailey, Uckfield,Forest Row, Last edited: 2010-12-06 14:33:30 by Anna Lewis
Anna Lewis
We live right in the middle - Coming from Nutley to Fletching we are on the left had side. We are on the top of the hill near sheffield forest. - Thank you for helping x
Bell Lane is a very long lane and surrounded by farm and woodland. Can the owners verify whether we are looking at the Nutley or the Fletching end please.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Poster e mailed to helpers in TN6,7,22 RH15,16,17,18. BN8
DogLostCJ - Police Liaison Co-ordinator
Phoned oqwners to give some advice plus check postcode which is TN22 so has been changed. Photos to be sent to admin and i am email instructions of scenting to them. No signs since they run off but being patterdales they are hardy terriers so sure they will find somewhere to keep warm and would expect them to stay together.
Area is vary rural. Dogwarden notified but not chip company but they are going to do that . Once we have pictures on site mailings will go out. CJ
Sorry to see that FREDDIE is missing.
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