Lost: Black And Tan Border Terrier Cross Male In North East (YO19)
- Dog ID 43693
- Status Lost
- Registered 05 Oct 2012
- Name JACK
- Breed Border Terrier Cross
- Gender Male
- Age Young Adult
- Build Small
- Colour Black and Tan
- Tail Docked
- Marks & Scars 2 years old. Fox bite scars over eyes and on left flank - fur grown back.
- Tagged No
- Microchipped No
- Tattooed No
- Date Lost 04 Oct 2012
- Where Lost House adjacent to A19, south of Escrick, York.
- Lost In Region North East
- Lost In Post Area YO19
- Date Found
- Where Found
- Found In Region
- Found In Post Area
- Date Reunited
- Other Info Jack is an entire male border x lakeland terrier of around 2 years old. He is around 13 inches to the shoulder, strong and short haired with very well-defined markings (black back and tan legs). He has well-defined black rings round each eye and a small white blaze on the middle of his chest, and discreet bite scarring over eye and on flanks. He went missing from his kennel between 8 - 11pm 4/10/12. Thank you.
- Phone 1 07787 176 242
- Phone 2 07870 828 868
- Reward? YES
- Listed By growforest
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- 2012-10-11 11:25 Emma
- Hope Jack is home safe and well. Just wondering how close you are to cycle track and if you think there is any chance Jack may have been stolen. We live very close to you (as the crow flies) and close to cycle track. Our dog went missing last July and 2 days later a neighbour showed us footage from their CCTV of a man taking Maisy in the direction of the cycle track. This man had obviously taken her from our garden. We would never have known what had happened to her otherwise - unfortunately Maisy has never been found despite our best efforts. Just wondered if you have any neighbours or know anyone who has CCTV in your area - it might be worth asking. In the meantime, we are looking out for Jack and have told all fellow dog walkers.
- 2012-10-06 17:25 Jayne - Head Office
- Alerts sent to helpers in YO8,10,19,23,24.
- 2012-10-06 13:48 Lizzy - Co-ordinator Central
- Spoke to owner, they feel he may have gone off after a bitch in heat, as their dog was in heat in the house but he could not get to her, or he may have been picked up on the road or gone the other way across fields. He may have gone down a hole or got trapped in a snare. Owner is contacting radio and the paper and I have advised him to poster and check sites on the internet.
- 2012-10-06 06:08 Aud40
- So sorry to hear Jack is missing I have posted Jack on my Facebook page also on Stolen/Lost dogs Fb. Emailed friends who are not on Fb and live near to your area. Do hope Jack is back home with you very soon.
- 2012-10-05 23:10
- Sorry to see that JACK is missing.
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