Found: Border Collie Male In North West (CH1)

    Sharing options will appear when a photo has been added - please check back soon!
  • Dog ID 39132
  • Status Found
  • Registered 02 May 2012
  • Name DECEASED
  • Gender & Breed Male Border Collie
  • Age
  • Colour
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Unknown
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Found 15 Apr 2012
  • Where Found Chester A55Info found on a dog forum
  • Found In Region North West
  • Found In Post Area CH1
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Has anyone here has lost an unchipped Border Collie in the Chester area in the last few months? A few weeks ago, I was driving on the A55 dual carriageway, crossing the River Dee. In the fast lane was an unconcious dog. I detoured and returned to the spot. Parked on the central reservation and carefully moved the poor chap to the central reservation, he was still alive. I wrapped him in my coat and loaded him into my people carrier and sped to the local vet. Alas, as we arrived, he could no longer hang
  • Phone 1 07703019968
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By AkitaTaz
  • Views 1786
  • DECEASEDPoster Image
  • DECEASEDExtra Image

 

Sightings and Information

Please post if you have news about this dog. Log in above or register to leave comments or to like them.
Please note that DogLost cannot be held responsible for the content of any other sites mentioned or linked to here.

Jack Russell 4
Run free at the bridge xxx
janiejewel1649
What a lovely deed for this person to help this poor dog; give yourself a pat on the back. Night, night, sweetheart, sleep tight, now in God1s care RIP. One day the people you knew will meet you at Rainbow Bridge.
DogLostClarkey - Area Co-ordinator, East Sussex
I don't suppose this could be CHARLIE 36182 lost 12 Jan 2012? It is in similar area and he could have gone onto that road.
digbysmum
Yes, many thanks to the good samaritan for this act of kindness. Run free at the bridge, dear boy. Such a shame your owners didn't find you xx
Millys Mum
Poor boy - may he rest in peace. But, a huge thank you to the kind person (or people) who cared so much and made sure that this lad wasn't alone when he passed away. If you happen to read this, may your kind actions be rewarded. Thank you again.
AkitaTaz
I put a note on the forum thanking the lady for her kind actions doing what she did x
Tigermouse
What a shame, poor boy. At least someone cared enough to stop and help him even if the outcome wasn't good.

RIP sweetheart, whoever you are xx
jobadger
Poor boy - rest in peace whoever you are. To the person who picked him up - if you ever read this - thank you - it was a good thing to do. xx
Unknown
Poor boy!! RIP at the bridge xx Maybe he has come down from a local farm.
DogLostJackalee - (Kathryn) Area Co-ordinator, Greater Manchester
Thank you for posting Akita Taz, lets hope someone gets closure from this info x
AkitaTaz
I found this info on a dog forum whilst looking for missing Ben. I do not know who reported it but hope that it may bring closure to someone if their dog is missing. Below is the info that was given.


Anyone lost a Border Collie in Chester?

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Has anyone here has lost an unchipped Border Collie in the Chester area in the last few months?

A few weeks ago, I was driving on the A55 dual carriageway, crossing the River Dee.
In the fast lane was an unconcious dog.
I detoured and returned to the spot. Parked on the central reservation and carefully moved the poor chap to the central reservation, he was still alive.

I wrapped him in my coat and loaded him into my people carrier and sped to the local vet.
Alas, as we arrived, he could no longer hang on to life.

He was unchipped and had no collar, but at least had a more dignified end to his life than might have been.

Just in case the owner is reading this.....someone caring was with him when he died.

I dont own a dog anymore, but would plead for everyone to have their dog micro chipped in case something happens to them.
Admin
Thank you for taking the time to list this found dog and ensuring the safety of the dog.
Please ensure that you notify your local Dog Warden and the local Police Station - in Scotland you MUST inform your local Police Station and if possible contact the Dog Warden also.
The found dog may have a Microchip or a Tattoo - please have the dog scanned and checked for a tattoo at a vet's so that owners may be contacted as soon as possible.
Please check on our Missing pages in case the Found dog has been registered as missing with us.
If possible please add a photo as this greatly assists our work in matching Found dogs with Missing dogs.

Please donate

All donations go towards running the website, maintaining the helpline and keeping DogLost free to all dog owners!

DONATE NOW

Contact us