Lost: Red Hungarian Vizsla Female In Scotland (ML11)
- Dog ID 35486
- Status Lost
- Registered 20 Dec 2011
- Name MIA
- Breed Hungarian Vizsla
- Gender Female
- Age Puppy
- Colour red
- Marks & Scars 12 weeks old.
- Tagged Unknown
- Microchipped Yes
- Tattooed No
- Date Lost 16 Dec 2011
- Where Lost Kirkfield Bank, Lanarkshire.
- Lost In Region Scotland
- Lost In Post Area ML11
- Date Found
- Where Found
- Found In Region
- Found In Post Area
- Date Reunited
- Other Info
- Phone 1 07766 115244
- Phone 2
- Listed By Jayne - Head Office
- Views 6166
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Sightings and Information
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- 2012-09-18 13:31 reilly
- Does anyone know if that is still the correct number for the owner as I texted the info below about the found dog to it and didn't get a reply?Last edited: 2012-09-18 13:32:22 by reilly
- 2012-09-17 19:40 Kaydee
- Have contacted owner to highlight I would advise anyone who has information of who has the dog and who to contact regarding the dog that has been found to please post on here so the owner can follow this up as the person who contacted me to let me know through facebook doesnt have any of this information so although I have highlighted to the owner I havent been able to advise who to contact.
- 2012-09-17 19:04 Sable -Co-ordinator Scotland
- Thanks Doganjo. This is being followed up.
- 2012-09-17 11:54 doganjo
- Saw this yesterday on Facebook - could it be Mia? "Found in the woods near Ladybank,Fife a young hungarian vizsla bitch. she was found last week-end and still no one claimed her."
- 2012-05-18 15:53 Caratacus
- Just seen this on Facebook - Hungarian Vizsla dogs found and in the care of the RSPCA - two of these are alive and are in the care of the RSPCA and are approx 6 months old - worth a call I think. Really hoping Mia is found. See link below:-
- 2011-12-23 11:43 jimjams
- Emailed to a couple of Vizsla contacts in Cornwall hoping they may have further contacts in Scotland...please find this baby.
CAN ANYONE PUT THIS UP ON THE CHAMPDOGS MISSING DOGS PAGE?Last edited: 2011-12-23 11:50:45 by jimjams
- 2011-12-22 21:45 sachanliz
- Thanks Nina, will keep posting even though we are in North west, have lots of family / friends throughout Scotland, want this girl home where she belongs for christmas x
- 2011-12-22 21:38 Nina
- Hi sashanliz 'bumped up due to sighting means' that this dogs listing has been moved to the top of the page to draw to helpers attention that there has been a recent sighting of this dog.
- 2011-12-22 19:50 sachanliz
- sorry what does bumped due to sighting mean? Has she been found....I am re-posting this all over facebook to my friends and family in Scotland like crazy, I just hope she is safe and well and gets back home soon x
- 2011-12-22 19:20 Jayne - Head Office
- Bumped due to sighting...
- 2011-12-22 11:43 Jytte
- I first "heard" about missing Mia from an internet friend ( In Canada) who has Viszlas ( fromerly lived in UK), and suggested they add her to DogLost. Mia's info is being spread alot on Facebook, I do hope she is found soon.
- 2011-12-22 07:10 Miss Marple (Maggie) - Co-ordinator North West Areas/Research Investigator
- Link to Mia's facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Help-Find-Missing-Puppy-Mia-Lanark-Area/311563735541256?sk=wall
- 2011-12-22 07:09 Miss Marple (Maggie) - Co-ordinator North West Areas/Research Investigator
- Saw this comment on Mia's FB page:
"Someone has reported seing a small Vizsla puppy looking very like Mia in the Kirkmuirhll/Blackwood area in the last few days. Might just be another puppy but anyone in that area or if you have friends in that area please keep your eyes peeled especially for that distinctive brown birth mark on her front right leg."
- 2011-12-21 09:58 Vizsla55
- So hope you get your baby girl back very soon. Stay safe Mia people are looking for you. She so looks like my Viz when she was a wee pup. We have everything crossed here. xxx
- 2011-12-21 06:24 Jytte
- The word about lost/stolen Mia has been widely spread on Facebook, I suggested they added on here also.
- 2011-12-20 19:16 Jayne - Head Office
- Poster emailed to helpers in ML2,8,9,10,11.
- 2011-12-20 10:57
- Sorry to see that MIA is missing.
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