Lost: Grizzle Border Terrier Female In South West (BH20)

  • Dog ID 44321
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 24 Oct 2012
  • Name BONNIE
  • Gender & Breed Female Border Terrier (Neutered)
  • Age Older Adult
  • Colour Grizzle
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 20 Oct 2012
  • Where Lost Dukes Hill, Morden Dorset
  • Lost In Region South West
  • Lost In Post Area BH20
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Bonnie disappeared while on a shoot behind the Cock and Bottle pub.
  • Phone 1 01258 880663
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By Alison - Administrator, Head Office & Area Co-ordinator, Lincolnshire
  • Views 3334
  • BONNIEPoster Image
  • BONNIEExtra Image


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DogLostFergal - Area Volunteer, Cornwall
Please see Found 56851. This dog was found very dirty and thin at Colliford Lake,nr Bodmin, with a blue collar and black lead still attached. The police did a search of the area, found nothing and have no missing person reports. It was picked up by a kennels (out of hours) from Launceston Police Station, who seem to think it went to RSPCA Longdown (Exeter). I tried RSPCA Little Valley Kennels near Longdown who say they don't take strays. The Dog Warden Devon say Launceston is Cornwall so would not come to Devon. The Cornwall Dog Warden will not give any information, even the sex, of the dog to anyone other than the owner. So the only option is to post this to all Border types lost. PLEASE register as lost with the Dog Wardens (and remember they have it listed as a Border Terrier) for them to release details of where it is. Cornwall DW 0300 1234 212. East Devon DW 0845 241 7253. Exeter DW 01392 265155
Advertised in this weeks Countryman's Weekly magazine. Good luck, I hope it brings some news
Do hope the feature in the Blackmore Vale Magazine brings in some news of Bonnie.x
DogLostPoochpal - Regional Co-ordinator, South West
Bumping Bonnie's page due to being featured in this week's Blackmore Vale Magazine. How can she have just dissapeared? If she has been taken then whoever has her needs to think of her elderly owners who are heartbroken without her. She was her master's constant companion.
Sorry to hear Bonnie is missing .I have shared on my FB page also Stolen/Lost Dogs and other groups do hope this little lady is soon found safe.x
DogLostPoochpal - Regional Co-ordinator, South West
I have been to the area today with the owners and although we have listened at holes and searched the whole area agai there is no sign of Bonnie. It would be completely out of character for her to have gone anywhere without her owner, she is very well trained and has been to this shoot many times before. the trap that has been left along with her owners coat has not been touched.
DogLostPoochpal - Regional Co-ordinator, South West
Bonnie is in the Echo and Blackmore Vale Magazine and the Echo so I am bumping her page. All shoots and gun clubs in the area have been alerted, the area she went missing is about 12 miles from her home.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
also sent alerts to helpers in BH21 and DT11.
Hope she's home soon,have posted on BT World and shared her on FaceBook.Is this East Morden?
DogLostPoochpal - Regional Co-ordinator, South West
I have spoken to Bonnie's owner, all the right things are being done. Put forward for Countrymans Weekly, mentioned on Wessex FM, will be in Blackmore Vale magazine and Echo. She is not a young dog and needs to be found soon.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent out to helpers in BH16,17,18,19,20...Will do more if needed when we know where in BH20 The Cock and Bottle pub is..tx
Circulating on twitter
DogLostAlison - Administrator, Head Office & Area Co-ordinator, Lincolnshire
Please can email alerts be sent out.
DogLostAlison - Administrator, Head Office & Area Co-ordinator, Lincolnshire
Bonnie was wearing a yellow collar with a small cowbell attached. Owner had written 2 contact numbers on the collar. Vets, dog warden and police have been informed. Posters have been put up and an appeal has gone out on the local radio. There are also lots of local people looking out for Bonnie. Owner has left clothing and a dog blanket in a small trap that has been set up in the area she went missing.
Sorry to see that BONNIE is missing.
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