Lost: Black And Tan Jack Russell Cross Female In East Anglia (PE28)
- Dog ID 40895
- Status Lost
- Registered 02 Jul 2012
- Name PEPPA
- Breed Jack Russell Cross
- Gender Female
- Age Young Adult
- Build Small
- Colour Black and tan
- Tail Full
- Marks & Scars
- Tagged Yes
- Microchipped Unknown
- Tattooed No
- Date Lost 19 Jun 2012
- Where Lost Between Warboys and Huntingdon.
- Lost In Region East Anglia
- Lost In Post Area PE28
- Date Found
- Where Found
- Found In Region
- Found In Post Area
- Date Reunited
- Other Info Peppa was wearing her tag when lost from home on family farm- she had free rein and often wandered the farm but did not come home this time. Also we suspect she may have been stolen.
- Phone 1 07818868707
- Phone 2
- Reward? yes
- Listed By Hel
- Views 2622
- Followers 8
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Sightings and Information
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- 2013-03-25 08:09 skippy, Area Co-ordinator Chester
- So sorry to hear your situation Hel. I trust that you will manage to speak to her new 'owners' and hope that you will have her home with you soon. x
- 2013-03-14 13:00 Hel
- Hi the situation is that Peppa was found as a stray- we went to see her at the Kennels to confirm it was her and arranged to pick her up. It was also agreed by the person acting as dog warden for the council that the dog was Peppa. but some other people who claimed she was theirs had also come forward before us and before we could collect Peppa they paid the fine and were allowed to take her without question despite us letting the council know our claim. We weren't allowed to take Peppa home on the day we saw her as we were told we had to wait one more day because there was another claim on her, but that the other people had so far refused to pay the money. We would have happily paid the fine there and then if we were allowed. Then the next morning the time had run out so these people came and paid the money and we were only told afterwards. I believe the council was at fault in not allowing us to have an equal claim to the other people. They have since tried to help by asking the police to get involved but they say it's a civil case so they can't help and the council have no power to take Peppa back again. It seems like the "owners" may have had Peppa for a while and we don't know if they got her legitimately not realising she was our missing dog or whether they stole her or failed to report her as a stray and just kept her. We have found out where Peppa is (or at least where we think she is) and have tried contacting the people who have her but have received no response so things are not looking good. We can't afford to pursue a civil case either. It seems so unjust after we tried to follow procedure in claiming her back and were badly let down by the council. Obviously am kicking myself for not getting her chipped as we would have got her back easily- it was my intention but had not got around to it yet.
- 2013-02-19 12:45 Jayne - Head Office
- OMG....have just caught up with this dog due to so many dogs coming in lately...But glad to say it will be in very capable hands with Helen our area co-ordinator...Helen let me know if mailings are required...and also get in touch with CJ and Sherlock bones our police co-ordinators...for legal advise....
These situations can get tricky....Hel from your posting its hard to understand the situation...are you saying the new "owners" adopted her via the council and then she was lost?
- 2013-02-18 21:11 Nikki (Tyler's mum)
- Hel do not give up, I'm keeping my fingers crossed that the new owners eventually do what is right and return her to you. I am assuming the legally definition of stealing 'the dishonest appropriation of property belonging to another with the intention to permanently deprive' does not apply to animals?!?
- 2013-02-18 13:00 mathers22
- How awful for you please don't take this sitting down make a scene whatever to let them know you are not giving in. She was your dog end of. You have to be the voice of Peppa being as she can't speak for herself. Good luck I hope you get a successful outcome. Don't think much of her new owners when they know she was yours to begin with xx
- 2013-02-18 12:04 Helen, Area Co-ordinator Norfolk and Suffolk
- I am putting Peppa back into lost again, I really hope that this awful mess can be sorted out for you Hel and Peppa will be back home with you where she belongs xx
- 2013-02-18 10:23 Hel
- Hi all I am Peppa's owner and I've just realised she has been put on the reunited list- unfortunately this is not the case- Helen was right in that she had been found and we went to see her and had arranged to pick her up but the next day she was allowed to go home with the people who had her also claimed to be her owners (i.e. they had her sometime after she went missing/was stolen from us) because they paid the stray fine to the council(which we also would have paid happily). I am in the process of trying to sort this awful mess up with the council letting her go. As you can imagine we are very upset and frustrated after almost having her home we now have lost her again- but we are not giving up!!Last edited: 2013-02-18 10:27:44 by Hel
- 2013-02-07 10:08 mathers22
- FANTASTIC after all this time - well done everyone you must be over the moon xx
- 2013-02-06 22:26 skippy, Area Co-ordinator Chester
- What brilliant news that Peppa is home safe after all this time. Welcome home Peppa - stay safe and close now little girl! :)) xx
- 2013-02-06 22:17 Helen, Area Co-ordinator Norfolk and Suffolk
- Fantastic news, well done to everyone involved who helped to get this girl home xxx
- 2013-02-06 21:44 Belle
- Wonderful news! Welcome home Peppa! :)
- 2013-02-06 20:49 AnnieSparky
- How fantastic after all that time....hope shes ok xx
- 2013-02-06 18:14 Lizzy - Co-ordinator Central
- Brilliant news xx
- 2013-02-06 16:46 Jayne - Head Office
- Email from helper in PE14 postcode
"This girl is now found, she came in as a stray and her owners have
been down today and it is Peppa !!!"
Tx for checking on doglost..just shows you should never give up...
She is going home Friday, once chipped and spayed.
- 2012-07-12 14:51 Helen, Area Co-ordinator Norfolk and Suffolk
- Thank you skippy I have E-mailed the link to the owner for them to check x
- 2012-07-12 00:38 skippy, Area Co-ordinator Chester
- This is a little distance away I think, but Animal search have a report of a dog found in postcode CB23. Details are a bit scant, but described as brown and black bitch, very friendly probably young.
- 2012-07-03 10:06 Helen, Area Co-ordinator Norfolk and Suffolk
- I have spoken to the owner and Peppa went missing from their farm, she normally has free rein on the farm but this particular night Peppa didn't come home. The Dog Warden, local vets and landowners are all aware that she is missing. I have advised tthe owner to poster the area, and this will be done a.s.a.p.
I will add Peppa's details to Dog Lost Cambridge facebook group and other groups in the area. Keep safe peppa until you are found xxx
- 2012-07-02 23:38 Jayne - Head Office
- Between Warboys and Huntingdon.
- 2012-07-02 23:32 Riverlady, Twitter Co-ordinator
- circulating on twitter with #PE28 #EastAnglia ....I did look up on google maps but four places came up.....can we have a placename plz.
- 2012-07-02 21:54 Helen, Area Co-ordinator Norfolk and Suffolk
- I will E-mail general information including contact numbers for vets in the area, and also ask the exact location little Peppa went missing from x
- 2012-07-02 20:56 Jayne - Head Office
- Alerts sent out to helpers in PE26,27,28,29.
- 2012-07-02 20:30
- Sorry to see that PEPPA is missing.
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