Lost: Mainly White With A Black Spots Jack Russell Terrier Cross Female In South East (RH13)

  • Dog ID 28919
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 31 Mar 2011
  • Name DEEFA
  • Gender & Breed Female Jack Russell Terrier Cross (Spayed)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Mainly white with a black spots
  • Marks & Scars black spot on back
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 31 Mar 2011
  • Where Lost escaped out of the garden in Horsham
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area RH13
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info
  • Phone 1 07947049889
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By peteg
  • Views 2317
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Has there been any progress in finding Deefa?
Julie B
Is there any news on this little one - has she been found or still missing ? Julie x
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
In local paper today.
Julie B
There is a good pic and missing advert of Deefa in the local newspaper today. I really do hope that this brings some positive news of sightings. Stay safe Deefa. Julie x
Julie B
Is there any news on this little girl ? Julie x
Julie B
Hi Peter, I dont really know Christ Hospital area at all - but I have had a look on Google Earth. There is a vast amount of countryside around there. I have thought of a few things (which you may have already done) that may help. Poster loads around the school as there will be lots of people coming and going from there, Also make them aware and also poster the Bluecoats sports centre. If I remember from many years ago there was a social club - if it is still there - poster lots as again people coming and going. I dont know if there are any village shops - if so a big poster as lots of people probably use it. Also poster the train station there - you coulld also get in touch with Horsham Railway Station incase they get reports of a dog on the line at all. Like I say I dont know that area at all - but I think the Boars Head pub is near to Christ Hospital - you could make them aware there with posters as it could be locals using the pub. Hopefully Deefa will be home before Monday - but if not ring the West Sussex County Times to get an advert in next Thursdays paper. If she is insured most insurances help pay towards the advertising. If Deefa is picked up locally the dogs are normally taken to Hammerpond Kennels - give them a ring on 01403 891825 to let them know she is missing. I notice that you are quite close (it looks like maybe the A24. I would contact Horsham Police Station and let them know that Deefa is missing a) incase she is picked up and 2) incase they have rerports of her wandering near the dual carriageway. It is good that she is chipped. Contact Farthings Hill vets and Arthur Lodge vets incase she has been handed in - also get them to display a poster in the waiting room. There is a chance that she may have got stuck in a rabbit hole if she goes after them - but just keep on with looking and calling her. Maybe take one of her squeaky toys with you as she may bark if she hears it. I dont know how built up Christ Hospital is but it would be worth putting posters up on lamposts in the roads where there are houses. Maybe you could get a big piece of plywood and spray on there that there is a dog lost and her details and bang it to a tree. It would be clearer for people to see if they are passing through rather than a poster which they may not stop and read. Where she went missing is it near to any bit of Horsham - for example the Boars Head ... as if that is the case she may have moved in towards the town? I will keep thinking - but please let me know how you are getting on and if you have any sightings phoned in of her. Julie
Hi Julie, she went missing not far from christs hospital in horsham, we think she saw a fox and escaped from the garden late at night and chased it, she is quite small for a jack russel, people sometimes think she is a pup, any help would be most appreciated, we are all really upset and want her home really bad, thanks again, Peter 07947 049889
Julie B
I am in Horsham. Whereabouts in Horsham did the little dog go missing and has there been any sightings of him ? Stay safe Deefa until you are found. Julie x
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Poster e mailed to helpers in rh5,12,13,14.
DogLostAlison - Administrator, Head Office & Area Co-ordinator, Lincolnshire
Text sent requesting town and postcode.
Sorry to see that DEEFA is missing.
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