Lost: Cream And Black Yorkshire Terrier Cross Male In South East (CM22)
- Dog ID 44152
- Status Lost
- Registered 19 Oct 2012
- Name SCAMP
- Breed Yorkshire Terrier Cross
- Gender Male
- Operation Neutered
- Build Small
- Colour Cream and Black
- Tail Full
- Marks & Scars
- Tagged Yes
- Microchipped No
- Tattooed No
- Date Lost 17 Oct 2012
- Where Lost Disappeared from garden in Henham.
- Lost In Region South East
- Lost In Post Area CM22
- Date Found
- Where Found
- Found In Region
- Found In Post Area
- Date Reunited
- Other Info Scamp is a very friendly loving dog who is greatly missed by family. Was wearing a blue and white striped collar with an oval ID tag containing his name and my contact telephone number. Possible sighting in Elsenham Sun 21/10/12.
- Phone 1 07970 542616
- Phone 2
- Listed By DawnF
- Views 894
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Sightings and Information
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- 2012-11-05 23:36 Kimmybear - Area Co-ordinator Essex and Herts
- Thank you, Sophie. x
- 2012-11-04 18:59 WalkieswithAce
- hi -just wondered if there's a match with the Yorkie on the found list 44387? It's a long-shot and there's not much description or photo. Might be worth giving the phone number a call...
- 2012-10-24 22:17 Kimmybear - Area Co-ordinator Essex and Herts
- I've bumped Scamp in case others are out there that may be able to assist in a search. Anyone near Bishops Stortford, Elsenham, Ugley, Stansted areas? Thank you.
- 2012-10-24 22:14 Kimmybear - Area Co-ordinator Essex and Herts
- If anyone can help search, please do so and/or let owner know. If owner is concerned about this, then we need to try and get a search party up. Dawn, it also likely that someone has picked Scamp up and doesn't know how to report this. So keep those posters going up. The other thing is, the sighting may or may not have been him, so keep looking elsewhere as well. He is somewhere. Plus, if it was him, he may well be on way back again now as they do a triangle thingy. If you need more people to help, post it on here and we'll see what we can come with. x
- 2012-10-24 17:22 SanBarn
- Owner is worried that Scamp may have been run over or had a heart attack and be in one of the fields as she hasn't heard any barking from the fields, Scamp is 13. I've advised owner to keep checking with highways and the council and to see if the farmers are friendly and will keep a lookout and also to see if they will allow owner or helpers to go into their fields, all the ploughing is done now so I can't see why it should be a problem. xx
- 2012-10-24 17:01 SanBarn
- Text sent requesting update. xx
- 2012-10-21 19:56 Kimmybear - Area Co-ordinator Essex and Herts
- Bumped due to sighting. Dawn that's excellent. Hopefully is was him, seems a possible area doesn't it? Do the scenting at the sighted area and leave an old blanket or something there for him to lie on. This will part of his triangle. Did you receive the email and open the attachments okay? If not let us know. You CAN do this! Keep going! Come on baby, let's find you. x
- 2012-10-21 15:55 SanBarn
- DawnF, give a poster or a leaflet to as many posties and milkies as possible, they are good at spotting a dog new to a house or area. xx
- 2012-10-21 14:36 DawnF
- Had a call today, possible sighting in Elsenham, lady walking him near cricket club, have just been down to Elsenham and put more posters up.
- 2012-10-21 12:52 DawnF
- Oh forgot, I also contacted local rescue centre too, they havn't had him but got record of him and my contact details in case he gets handed in, both the rescue centre and the police said that they have to report dogs to the dog warden who already knows about scamp. Trying to keep hopeful that he will return!
- 2012-10-21 12:49 DawnF
- Thanks to all for your advice, I have called police and dog warden, e-mailed local vets and put posters up in and around the area and villages. Put him onto my facebook profile and know alot of friends have copied onto thier walls too. Been out every day round fields and roads looking but no sign of him yet. Will keep looking and asking everyone.
- 2012-10-20 23:08 Kimmybear - Area Co-ordinator Essex and Herts
- No response to text, yet.
- 2012-10-19 18:32 SanBarn
- I have emailed advice and scenting instructions xx
- 2012-10-19 17:27 Kimmybear - Area Co-ordinator Essex and Herts
- Texted owner.
- 2012-10-19 13:58 LucyL
- Sorry to see that Scamp is missing, I have shared on my Facebook as I know a few people around that way. I hope you find him soon. We lost our dog a couple of years ago. I advise you to poster everywhere, its so important to help get him back!
- 2012-10-19 12:22 Jayne - Head Office
- Alerts sent out to helpers in CM1-6 17-24.
- 2012-10-19 11:24
- Sorry to see that SCAMP is missing.
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