Lost: Fawn Border Terrier Cross Male In North East (NE24)
- Dog ID 42794
- Status Lost
- Registered 06 Sep 2012
- Name QUINN
- Breed Border Terrier Cross
- Gender Male
- Operation Neutered
- Age Adult
- Build Medium
- Colour fawn
- Tail Full
- Marks & Scars
- Tagged No
- Microchipped No
- Tattooed No
- Date Lost 06 Sep 2012
- Where Lost south view newsham blyth northumberland
- Lost In Region North East
- Lost In Post Area NE24
- Date Found
- Where Found
- Found In Region
- Found In Post Area
- Date Reunited
- Other Info the dog is my friends and she is really worried she has phoned dog warden and no dog matching his description has been found he may have a blue collar on
- Phone 1 07596478093
- Phone 2 07742480377
- Listed By angellisa
- Views 601
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Sightings and Information
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- 2012-11-10 21:09 juliah
- Hi, could this be Quinn on Cleadon Kennels website? He looks like he's been out for a while. He is called Rover on their site and was picked up this week by the dog warden.
- 2012-09-28 22:09 Aud40
- Any update on Quinn.
- 2012-09-20 09:00 Aud40
- is there any update on Quinn,do hope he as been found.x
- 2012-09-14 09:55 minigirl - Co-ordinator West Yorkshire
- Tried to phone for an update
- 2012-09-10 08:48 Kathy
- Would recommend, if possible, that your friend goes to the kennels where they keep stray dogs, as I know of a number of people who lost their dog, phoned the kennels to be told they were not held there, but found them there when visiting, so worth a look, just in case. Hope he is found soon.
- 2012-09-10 06:08 Aud40
- Do hope Quinn is back home safe and well soon.I have posted on my Fb page also on Dog Lost fb,there are a large number of Border Terrier owners heading up to Northumberland this coming weekend for Borderfest North
- 2012-09-07 10:24 minigirl - Co-ordinator West Yorkshire
- Tried to ring for an update and to offer help/advice.
Will also request a photo
- 2012-09-06 22:45
- Sorry to see that QUINN is missing.
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