Lost: White, Black And Brown Cross Breed Female In South East (CT1)

  • Dog ID 53724
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 17 Jun 2013
  • Name DAWN
  • Gender & Breed Female Cross Breed (Spayed)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour White, black and brown
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Yes
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 16 Jun 2013
  • Where Lost From back garden in Canterbury, Kent. Went missing with our other dog, Ginger.
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area CT1
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info
  • Phone 1 07502316530
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By dorothy
  • Views 4108
  • DAWN  Poster Image
  • DAWN  Extra Image


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According to my dog trust mag there is a open day and dog fun-day between 12 - 4 on the 4th, at Canterbury dog trust, don't think I will be well enough to go, but thought it might be a leaflet handing out opportunity if anyone can get there
I think we have to consider the possibility they were stolen, so it is possible they could have been sold on, or might be in a different area, don't lose heart because they are microchipped so there is a good possibility of them turning up, also not to dismiss the possibility they are still around locally and that it is just bad luck they haven't been spotted YET......we need to keep up the poster campaign and keep them going on twitter and Facebook......stay positive x
We have always thought they could have been Stolen as they aren't known to wander. But because they aren't pedigrees its hard to understand why anyone would steal them. We have been checking every dog found in every area just incase
Dorothy, stay positive and don't worry if things appear quiet on here, I am sure much is going on behind the scenes.
As there has been no sightings do you think they could have been stolen and be in a different area, or are they very being very good at lying low.
It was encouraging to see their poster again on my Facebook recently from another source, so word is getting around.
No no sightings at all I'm afraid
Has there been any sightings, we have been driving around the sturry end of canterbury slowly this morning looking across fields etc....no sign of either of them I am afraidLast edited: 2013-06-29 12:47:29 by Nora
Hi Dorothy - I'd suggest changing her breed to Jack Russell Cross to give any finder the best possible chance of finding her on this system. :)
No news at all, thank you. For helping someone has got to see them soon
Checked posters were still up at wincheap, they were
Is there any news yet
Dorothy, just to let you know that I am still looking out for them, and will carry on with the posters, I have the posters in my car as well, which are getting noticed
I hope there is good news soon x
They usually just bark at dogs they don't know. But they aren't aggressive. Thank you very much for all your help
Will try to get up around there soon with my husband to search, how are they with other dogs, would they come to greet them, or are they likely to frighten them away?Last edited: 2013-06-19 11:14:30 by Nora
Dogs trust have been notified. They are rescue dogs from dogs trust and still wear their id disks. Have been up at golf course every day asking around. Not sure if my daughter has put one of her posters up there will checkLast edited: 2013-06-19 10:50:33 by dorothy
I assume that you have alerted dogs trust, does the golf course have a clubhouse, perhaps you could get them to put some posters up, and they must have groundsman about they can inform.
Might be a good idea to organise a search one evening
They like the training ground beside the barracks. Trouble is it leads on to the golf course, then miles of open fields. They also like the woods up near dogs trust
Where do you normally walk them, is it possible they could of headed for one of their walks and got disorientated, and now can't find their way back home? they could be still in that area
Ok I'll keep a look out, I'm that area today .mine has just been reunited via this site so fingers crossed x
Thank you! They disappeared from the houses up at the army barracks.
Best of luck, I will keep an eye out for them also, I'm always round canterbury, where exactly did they go from? X
Just saw your post. Will phone in the morning got to try everything. Thank you for your help
pixies peeps
Friend has suggested this found on animal wardens-maybe worth checking out perhaps although white is not mentioned.
Found Dog
18 Jun 2013 Cross Breed
Location: Herne Bay CT6
Gender: Female
Colour: Black
Markings: Tan
Size: Small
Our Ref: 305836

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Alerts sent to helpers in CT1,2,3,4.
circulating on twitter
DogLostBB451 Kent co-ordinator
We have sent an email to the owner which includes scenting advice. I am sharing on facebook and asking for tweets. xx
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