Reunited: One Black Staff, Tan And White Staff Cross Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross Male

  • Dog ID 56899
  • Status Reunited
  • Registered 03 Sep 2013
  • Gender & Breed Male Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross
  • Age Adult
  • Colour one black staff, tan and white staff cross
  • Marks & Scars My staffy is black and white and the puppy staffy cross is tan and white
  • Tagged No
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 02 Sep 2013
  • Where Lost Postman let them out of the garden around 1pm in wolvercote OX2 have been sightings there still not home
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area OX2
  • Date Found 04 Sep 2013
  • Where Found Both dogs were found in abingdon oscar came home yesterday with the help of friend and family who were kind enough to chip in for the warden charges, just on route to get menace now many thanks to the
  • Found In Region South East
  • Date Reunited 04 Sep 2013
  • Other Info Thank you to everyone that has helped up over the last few days. Lovely to have my faith restored from the kindness of others. Will put pics up of both boys once I have got menace on route to him now yay..
  • Phone 1 01865579603
  • Phone 2 07900731763
  • Listed By shellyb
  • Views 2412
  • OSCAR AND MENACE Poster Image
  • OSCAR AND MENACE Extra Image


Sightings and Information

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DogLostMillypod (Chris) - Administrative Volunteer
Lovely reunited photos, thank you for sharing them with us :))
Aww, love the "butter wouldn't melt" expression, stay behind the gate now boy's, it can be a nasty & dangerous world out there. xx
Caz...lovely reunited pics for you to see (refresh page) what a lovely way to end a stressful 48 hrs! for everyone!Last edited: 2013-09-04 22:44:42 by Shereen
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Agree the council should be a little more flexible...Just explaining its not the dog warden that is charging...its the council...And yes 2 fees for collection for the same trip is excessive....Tx Caz for your help today....
thanks shelly, look forward to seeing them.

Jayne, I admire the hard & sometimes unpleasant work the Dog Wardens do, and you are right in saying when council cut back's are required Dog Wardens are seen as not essential, Milton Keynes being a example (they don't have their own any more)but in circumstances like Oscar & Menace both picked up at same time a little flexibility/discretion in the collection part of fee (ie only 1 collection fee rather than 2) would have saved a lot of heartache for the family) just my opinion!,
Caz I will try and send the pics to shereen as not a clue how to post them back on here.. both are now cuddled up in bed fast asleep after a lot of fuss today.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Have to defend the dog wardens here....the councils charge so much to cover the expense of a dog warden...other wise we would be really stuck with out them...all dog wardens I have spoken to care about dogs and attempt to get them back to their owners and keep records and check on doglost....when local councils cut down on expenditure its usually the wardens they drop first....and if an owner does not come forward the councils have to pay the pounds....the lesson here is to have a dog tag on....though I do question why if dogs were chipped owners were not contacted....But we are trying to get on with all authorities, kennels etc and sort out this mess..but by example not by attacking....
Sheelyb, Happy to have been of help , but only did what I suspect a lot of other folks on here would have done.good to hear they home safe, & children's tears gone. any chance of re-united photo's?

Millys Mum, L.B.Bromley charges as follows £25.00 statutory fee, Collection Fee £100.00, Kennelling £15.00 per day, but if dog chipped 50% discount on collection fee, Seems the dog pounds are money making machines!!
DogLostMillypod (Chris) - Administrative Volunteer
Great to see both dogs are now home and safe :))
Well done to Caz you really are a very kind person :))
Millys Mum
shellyb - yes, I agree with you! £130 release fee per dog does seem to be very expensive. Now I wonder how much my Council, The London Borough of Bromley charges. Pleased to hear that both Oscar and Menace are both wearing collars and sporting nice, new shiny ID tags because, as we know, you really cannot be too careful these days. It may not be convenient, but we've recently starting locking our side gate again plus the OH had fitted a Hasp Lock for added security. And also, following a car-related incident carried out on our driveway (we actually live in quite a nice area!) I also drop both bolts on our double driveway gates and if we're not expecting anyone i.e. that the dustmen, postie and milkman have already been (or if we are going out for a few hours), I've even started padlocking the gates together! Just a thought but, as I say, it might not be possible or convenient. The other plus point is that we don't get so many flyers in the letterbox and rings on the doorbell from people wanting me to part with money!!!
shellyb :) ! email photies to me and ill put them on! xxx
Have two very happy children thank you to Caz for you help so much love and doggy kisses to you. And thank you for everyone's help in searching for my two boys. So glad they are both home safe with the family the house was way to quiet without little menace. Would love to show everyone the pics of the boys wagging tails and all have been very spoilt with some chicken can't even be angry at them just so over the moon they are safe and home. not sure how to put pics on here now can't see a link to change the pictures. I will be pursuing the complaint with the post office as what the postman did was unacceptable, I think the rates that vale of white horse seem to be allowed to charge on wardens rates is an outrage £260 is a huge chunk of money for anyone to find even if you were highly paid. But lesson learned huge sign on gate and dogs permanently collared with name tags as an extra precaution seems a shame. Hopefully I will be able to get over being constantly worried if they are out in the garden.. much love to all and will be checkin on site regularly to see if I can help any other doggy owner in my area xx
OMG Caz after a long emotional day anyway,having to go out and sort a very important soul,I didn't expect to come home and see this! THANK YOU SO MUCH!.Lovely talking to you again.

shellyb So pleased you are getting Menace the menace back,im sure Oscar will be very pleased to see him and have a word in Oscars ear not to lead the youngsters astray!...I think an investment in a spring loaded gate would be good and id follow through the investigation with the Postal educate their employees to never leave the gate open again,you have a gate/microchips and insurance for a reason!...This could of been so different ,as they had to cross two railway lines to get where they went!

Caz,you are a doggie Angel! xxx

Another thing!...I cant imagine having to send my kids to school being so heartbroken!...Tomorrow will be all back to normal with smiles on their faces!!!...Lovely!Last edited: 2013-09-04 15:23:15 by Shereen
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Great news...How kind of you Caz to help out...tx from everyone on are a star....
Millys Mum
So pleased to hear that these two naughties are back home safe and sound. I also have have leaky eyes! And a message to Caz: what a kind and caring person you are. Thank you for your generosity in reuniting Menace with Oscar, his partner in crime and, of course, with his family. Twenty miles, eh? Little tinkers. Perhaps the Postie would like to make a contribution... I was always taught that if you went through a closed gate, you always closed it behind you. We have two dogs and an elderly moggie and both our Postie and Milkie close our gate behind them. Finally welcome home Oscar and Menace and no more adventuring!Last edited: 2013-09-04 14:58:54 by Millys Mum
leaky eyes here as well, go bring him home & give him big hugs from me, can't wait to see re-united photo xx
all sorted :-) shellyb will update
Dear Caz im will be forever gratefull to you for helping menace to come home. I'm in tears you have restored my faith in man kind. You will make 2 very happy children this sfternoon wen menace comes home. Thanks again much love shelly boaler and family xx
have spoken to shellyb, on phone to Oxford DW sorting it now :-)
Hope we can sort this out for you.
Last edited: 2013-09-04 11:20:42
Such an upsetting time for my family, as we could only just manage to scrape together £130 to get oscar home yesterday. My children are very upset by what had happened and we are all missing menace the house is far too quiet he was given his name for a reason lol. This is very unlike me as I am a very proud woman but this is a desperate situation and if anyone is willing to help with a donation to help get him home I would be forever grateful. I have 6 days from today to raise the money as of today its £143 and will increase by £13 every day. If anyone is willing to donate every little will help my paypal email is
the dogs have been picked up by the dog warden owner has managed to pay fees to get Oscar the older one back,but with back to school uniforms and all that goes with it she just cant manage the rest...the fees together were £260 ,she has paid £130 for Oscar fees go up £13 a day so now owes £143...I really would like to help especially as the postman had left the gate open,but with my kids back at school today I just don't have any there anyone out there willing to help ? get the pup out of kennels ,I know id be devastated if this had happened to me :( .They had gone 20 miles along the river and every time owner thought she had got in front of them ,she had just missed them.Last edited: 2013-09-04 09:15:28 by Shereen
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
circulating on twitter
Louise C
The very worried owner rang me this morning as I saw these two on Port Meadow. It was around 11-11.30 when I saw them. I couldn't catch them because I had 4 of my own, one of which can be reactive on the lead! I'm gutted now :( I hope they turn for home.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Sighted at Sanford on Thames. Further alerts sent to helpers in OX13,14,44.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
These 2 cami in earlier on found page as sighted...will inform owner...
Gino - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in OX1,2,3,4,5,13,29.

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