Lost: Ginger And Black Patterdale Cross Female In South West (TR26)

  • Dog ID 55076
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 22 Jul 2013
  • Name FEE
  • Gender & Breed Female Patterdale Cross
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Ginger and black
  • Marks & Scars Fee has a mole on her stomach. She may be wearing a tag but often when she's in the hedgerow it
  • Tagged No
  • Microchipped No
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 20 Jul 2013
  • Where Lost Steeple area, St. Ives, Cornwall
  • Lost In Region South West
  • Lost In Post Area TR26
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info NOT SIGHTED
  • Phone 1 07415460776
  • Phone 2 07717477109
  • Listed By Ree
  • Views 3342
  • FEE Poster Image
  • FEE Extra Image

 

Sightings and Information

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DogLostMax - Area Co-ordinator, Cornwall
The found dog has been reunited, so can only assume not Fee.
DogLostMax - Area Co-ordinator, Cornwall
Found 73042, desc as Lakeland terrier by finder, but worth a check. Message left.
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
winniepig
Hi Ree might be worth looking at found dog 56851 you never know xx
Ree
Just to update you all Fee is still missing, but we are still looking and staying positive. Thanks to every one who has taken the time to help look and the time to post kind words it really helps.
Please keep looking.
Message for the lady who saw a dog in Truro fitting the description i am unable to call but you can e,mail pipleshubbard@aol.com many thanks.
DogLostQwerty - Area Volunteer, Cornwall
Left a message with owner about a similar dog seen yesterday (Thursday) at 2pm near Newham Industrial Estate in Truro with a collar similar to Fee's. Advised to heavily poster the area
Ree
Hi just to update you all, Fee is still missing we think now that the sighting was not Fee so please still keep looking and calling if you out and about.
Many Thanks for all your help.
Lesley
Ree
Up date: Been out all day, checking mine shafts now, where we can locate them, the fire brigade came out and searched one of them for us, cannot believe how many are just open not fenced off or anything. More posters out, trying to get in touch with anyone who saw a little dog yesterday running scared through Carbis Bay just in case. More mine searching tomorrow will keep you up dated. Please beware of the open mine shafts on the goat track, wheel speed. Carbis bay it is 400 feet deep and not capped! There is also one opposite which goes down 1000 feet, crazy.....Last edited: 2013-07-29 19:14:55 by Ree
Ree
Up date: Been out all day, checking mine sharfs now, where we can locate them, the fire brigade came out and searched one of them for us, cannot believe how many are just open not fenced off or anything. More posters out, trying to get in touch with anyone who saw a little dog yesterday running scared through Carbis Bay just in case. More mine searching tomorrow will keep you up dated. Please beawre of the open mine sharf on the goat track, wheel speed. carbis bay it is 400 feet deep and not capped! There is also one opposite which goes down 1000 feet, crazy.....
DogLostQwerty - Area Volunteer, Cornwall
Hi Ree, really need to flood the area of the last sighting with posters to try to find out if it's Fee or eliminate another dog.

Local mine has been checked today but nothing found
Ree
Hi everyone, sorry the last post seems to have caused confusion, we need clarification as to whether this was Fee and wondered whether anyone else had any further information? Fee to our knowledge is still very much lost. Many thanks x
DogLostjenny4 - Area Co-ordinator, West Hampshire
Ree get some posters out in the area of Tescos also get hold of the dog warden again.Let us know if you hear anymore I am only working mornings for the next couple of days and can get out there.This is not far from where Fee went missing so it could be her fingers crossed x
DogLostQwerty - Area Volunteer, Cornwall
I've not heard anything. Maybe worth putting some food down near the area
Ree
Several people have seen a dog with the same description as Fee yesterday near Carbis Bay Tesco. Does anyone have any further information? Apparently she was running across the road but although people tried to catch her no one was able to, she was very scared and anxious. Obviously we are wondering whether this was Fee. Thank you
Ree
Thank you all for your help and support. The phone was lost whilst we were looking for Fee so we haven't been able to receive any messages for a few days now. New number is on the poster. Will keep you updated. :)
DogLostQwerty - Area Volunteer, Cornwall
Thanks Jenny. Have phoned again and left a message for an update and offer any support needed
DogLostjenny4 - Area Co-ordinator, West Hampshire
I have just got back from where Fee was thought to be but sadly nothing.I did talk to some locals and holiday makers and post some posters.
Some must have thought it a bit odd me calling down holes in hedges and granite walls as they went by but I didnt hear a sound.Hopefully she is going to appear home soon .
DogLostQwerty - Area Volunteer, Cornwall
I have tried to phone owner twice today for an update and see if they needed any further advice but have not been able to talk to them. Have left a voicemail. As far as I'm aware, Fee is still missing. Will try again tomorrow. I have sent them advice and they scented last night from the sighting to their home.
Sammie
posted to DL SW FB page
DogLostjenny4 - Area Co-ordinator, West Hampshire
Moogie do you know if anyone has put posters up in the area?Or do we know if they have found the dog yet.
DogLostQwerty - Area Volunteer, Cornwall
Emailed advice. Will phone tomorrow for update and offer support
Gino - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in TR20,26,27.
Admin
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