Lost: Sable And White Shetland Sheepdog Male In Scotland (G84)
- Dog ID 41454
- Status Lost
- Registered 22 Jul 2012
- Name HARVEY
- Breed Shetland Sheepdog
- Gender Male
- Operation Neutered
- Build Small
- Colour Sable and White
- Tail Full
- Marks & Scars White blaze on head and full white collar
- Tagged No
- Microchipped Yes
- Tattooed No
- Date Lost 21 Jul 2012
- Where Lost On hillside above Clynder after being chased by big dogs.
- Lost In Region Scotland
- Lost In Post Area G84
- Date Found
- Where Found
- Found In Region
- Found In Post Area
- Date Reunited
- Other Info This is a shy 10 year old dog, so will not like to be approached. If sighted please contact the owner rather than try to catch him.
- Phone 1 01436831249
- Phone 2 07954198879 or 07546432133
- Listed By Kathleen
- Views 3393
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Sightings and Information
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- 2012-12-20 08:33 Sable -Co-ordinator Scotland
- Hi Kathleen, I am so sorry that Harvey is still not home. Like you, we are all hoping that Harvey is caught by someone and returned to you very soon. You have done so much to find him. However he must be a very clever boy to be surviving all on his own out there.Come on Harvey- tell us all where you are hiding- show yourself.
- 2012-12-19 19:18 Kathleen
- No new news re Harvey except that over the 5 months that He has been missing we have had 4 unconfirmed sightings of a dog which could well be Harvey. The last sighting was some time ago, about a month ago I think where he was spotted walking towards our next village, looking very unkempt. The guy who spotted him was a visitor to the area and was unaware that there was a missing dog but conversations between people gave us the information that he had thought it was a fox and then realised it was a small dog. So there is hope that it was Harvey and he appears to be returning to our area every now and again. I have high hopes that he is still alive and coping somehow but for how long, I do not know. I have been printing out another set of posters with the update that he has been seen near this other village and hope that someone will see him and phone me. I just found out about the 4th sighting by sheer accident, when I met someone walking a dog who told me about this 4th sighting. What a pity noone thought to tell me nearer the time. What a wonderful Christmas present it would be if we managed to get him home soon. Just have to keep hoping for that next sighting.
- 2012-10-29 22:28 skippy, Area Co-ordinator Chester
- Everything crossed for you Kathleen! x
- 2012-10-27 21:40 Kathleen
- We have placed two fox traps now so hope that Harvey will be attracted to some free yummy food soon. 14 weeks today since he vanished from us.
- 2012-10-19 19:37 Owl
- Very pleased to hear of these sightings, hoping it is Harvey. Shelties are such clever and resourceful dogs that it wouldn't surprise me at all.
- 2012-10-19 17:51 skippy, Area Co-ordinator Chester
- Everything crossed this is Harvey!x
- 2012-10-19 15:48 Sable -Co-ordinator Scotland
- Several sightings of a dog locally which looks like Harvey.
- 2012-10-15 14:41 Kathleen
- A possible unconfirmed sighting of a dog similar to Harvey sighted at 6am in his own village on the 9th October. Maybe a fox but not typical of a fox. We can only hope that Harvey is still alive and surviving locally. Set a fox trap out on the hillside again. I wonder if I can dare to hope! He has been missing for over 12 weeks now.
- 2012-08-04 09:00 Sable -Co-ordinator Scotland
- No further news of Harvey whatsoever.
- 2012-07-25 08:47 Sable -Co-ordinator Scotland
- Shelties Mum, Harvey was literally yards from home and would have found his way back. He has just disappeared. Owner has other shelties in the family.
- 2012-07-24 21:49 Shelties Mum
- Shelties usually go back to the spot they went missing from and it might be an idea to put some of your scent down around that spot. They usually only run so far then stop, preferably in long grass if available. They are good at hiding. Was this Harvey's usualy patch, in other words should he know his way home?
- 2012-07-22 14:56 Sable -Co-ordinator Scotland
- Have spoken with Harvey's owner. Very unlike Harvey not to have come home by now.
- 2012-07-22 10:17 Jayne - Head Office
- ALERTS sent to helpers in G82,83,84.
- 2012-07-22 06:06
- Sorry to see that HARVEY is missing.
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