Lost: Black Poodle Cross Female In South East (DA14)

 

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  • Dog ID 34654
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 21 Nov 2011
  • Name BUBBLES
  • Breed Poodle cross
  • Gender Female
  • Operation
  • Age
  • Build Small
  • Colour black
  • Tail Full
  • Marks & Scars white chest and paws and she is a cockapoo !!
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Unknown
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 19 Nov 2011
  • Where Lost belvedere kent, escaped/stolen from rear garden
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area DA14
  • Date Found
  • Where Found
  • Found In Region
  • Found In Post Area
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info black collar with small silver bone attached
  • Phone 1 02084651510
  • Phone 2 02083116965
  • Reward? 200 pounds
  • Listed By tony
  • Views 1421
  • Followers 0
  • BUBBLESPoster Image
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tony
Thanks but i finally loaded one of bubbles although for some reason cannot load more !!
DogLostAngus
have sent owner a couple of pictures that we may be able to use as similar dog and get alerts out the helpers etc
tony
do vets ever scan the dogs for chips as i have never seen that happen ? if not what is the point ?
Neighbark
The team who have been doing this for years would have more idea than me, but if I was in your situation, I would act as quickly as possible, before dogs are sold on, or have litters. I personally would contact all those in your area and ask for an urgent meeting. Find your strengths and weaknesses within this group of people, delegate between you, I'd call all local and national papers, email them, phone them. Also t.v. S.E. channel companies. Definitely call the Chief Superintendant at the police headaquarters. If he won't return your call, then I'd find out when he's going to be there and PAY HIM A VISIT. You need help & support, NOT police refusing to into travellers camps! I'd have placards, sandwich boards, I'd do it peacefully, but I'd invite the press. I'd have big blown-up piccies of the dogs, also u need a complete list of facts - dates, areas, dogs at least for 2011, use doglost and other sites to get facts - Stick together, don't give up, push, push push, make yourselves a pain in the proverbial neck! The more you get into the papers, the more your dogs should be advertised. Hopefully your dogs will be too hot to handle with this extra advertising, also public might spot them. Could u also contact the kennel club for support - they started a campaign today, for more dog legislation and might welcome the advertising, as they need 100,000 names I believe, to get it debated in parliament. Could u organise a peaceful rally? again with sandwich boards and placards, advertise this anyway u can. The worlds your oyster. Make everyone aware of this wonderful Doglost site ! When Bruce Forsythes daughter Debbie's 2 dogs were stolen in 2006 - Bruce immediately went live on t.v. and advertised these dogs, one was returned, then the other. The power of the press, t.v. and advertising. Doglost team always say 'make them too hot to handle' - SO GO DO IT - GET YOUR DOGS BACK! ....and the rest of the country will be watching and waiting to celebrate with you!. xxx

tony
Thanks very much janie!
tony
Thanks very much janie!
janiejewel1649
Praying and fingers xd that Bubbles will be found very soon.
tony
photo will be added tommorow !
tony
Hi, it is my work number i gave my work number as i work long hours. I couldnt leave the home number as my wife is so upset about the whole thing and suffers badly from depression, i didnt want to rub it in so to speak.Regards Tony.
DogLostAlison, Admin & Area Co-ordinator, Lincolnshire
Just called the above number and it is a legit number but the wrong one. I have sent an email requesting the correct number and a photo.
Admin
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