Lost: White / Black Spots On Ears Cross Breed Female In South East (BN1)
- Dog ID 42406
- Status Lost
- Registered 25 Aug 2012
- Name ROXY
- Breed Cross Breed
- Gender Female
- Age Puppy
- Colour white / black spots on ears
- Tail Full
- Marks & Scars black rimmed eyes like eye liner
- Tagged Unknown
- Microchipped Unknown
- Tattooed Unknown
- Date Lost
- Where Lost This puppy may have been handed in or passed to a home by the council. Met pup at 6 weeks old w orgiginal owner, he then gave to someone else, new owner has now lost or given her to rescue home. Tryin
- Lost In Region South East
- Lost In Post Area BN1
- Date Found
- Where Found
- Found In Region
- Found In Post Area
- Date Reunited
- Other Info She was born on 11th May so around 3/4 month old now. I was told she had bits of lurcher/bulldog/collie in her, but probably has other breeds too. The picture I've used is of her when I met her, I think she was only around 6 weeks so she's much older now.
- Phone 1 07411495328
- Phone 2
- Listed By lolajasmine
- Views 605
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- 2012-09-07 16:56 MissGosh
- Hi Lolajasmin,
If she was stolen from you (i.e. you put a deposit down and the person re-homed her to someone else) then I would suggest you inform the police as this is theft.
Some of us helpers spend a lot of time searching and postering for missing dogs, hence it would be helpful to know whether Roxy is genuinely missing and in danger? If this is the case, please can you confirm where exactly she went missing from so that we can focus our search to the appropriate area of Brighton? Thank you & hugs! Hannah
- 2012-08-28 17:57 Phari
- The pup on facebook has been reunited with it's owners.
- 2012-08-27 17:17 Steve
- Long shot but see here - http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=469853573039328&set=a.469853569705995.105926.107191409305548&type=1
- 2012-08-27 10:50 lolajasmine
- Hi Sorry for confusion, the space is not big enough for full story!
I met the puppy at 6 weeks old (owner told me 10 but since found out her DOB is 11th May 2012, so she was actually 6 weeks) I was going to take her then he gave her to someone else.
The NEW owner called her Roxy and since has lost her or given her in to a home.. I'm not sure which as only know him through a friend of a friend of a friend..(he is not a very friendly or reliable person so can't talk to him about it)
so I am trying to find out if she is safe. I am not owner but I would like to be!! And her new owner obviously hasn't been looking after her properly or she would still be with him.
- 2012-08-25 22:37 Phari
- The story also seems to change as in 1 part she states the pup was 6 weeks old when she last saw it and in another she states it was 10 weeks old. Plus there are no details of the area in which it was 'lost' BN1 is a big area. Sounds a like she wanted the pup but before she had decided the owner had sold/given to someone else. Not really a case of a lost dog.
- 2012-08-25 21:10 Julie
- I also am a bit confused can someone advise if she lost or rehomed ? If re-homed by the council surely the dog wardens would have information. Julie.
- 2012-08-25 13:29 Phari
- I'm a bit confused, is she a lost dog or has the owner rehomed her to someone else?
- 2012-08-25 11:48 Jayne - Head Office
- Alerts sent to helpers in BN1-10. 41-45.
- 2012-08-25 08:36
- Sorry to see that ROXY is missing.
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