Lost: Brown And White Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Female In Northern Ireland (BT79)
- Dog ID 58175
- Status Lost
- Registered 08 Oct 2013
- Breed Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
- Gender Female
- Age Adult
- Build Small
- Colour Brown and white
- Tail Full
- Marks & Scars None
- Tagged Unknown
- Microchipped Yes
- Tattooed No
- Date Lost 04 Oct 2013
- Where Lost Beragh, Co Tyrone
- Lost In Region Northern Ireland
- Lost In Post Area BT79
- Date Found
- Where Found
- Found In Region
- Found In Post Area
- Date Reunited
- Other Info Went missing with another Cavalier and a Collie. The Collie has since returned showing injuries to his chest and eye.
- Phone 1 07581044130
- Phone 2
- Reward? Yes
- Listed By JC18
- Views 717
- Followers 1
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- 2013-10-09 16:12 Lorna
- Have shared both dogs.
- 2013-10-08 22:20 Alison, Admin & Area Co-ordinator, Lincolnshire
- Thank you Lorna. Please do share the details on FB we need to spread the word and get both dogs home asap.
- 2013-10-08 16:05 Lorna
How about a link on the above FB pages - could start the ball rolling. There are a few more Beragh pages on FB. I'm happy to post to them if you feel this is appropriate.
Hope both dogs are safely found soon and that the collie recovers quickly.
- 2013-10-08 14:21 gino
- Further alerts in BT62,80,82.
- 2013-10-08 14:12 gino
- Unfortunately there are no registered helpers in any of the alerted postcodes...any suggestions?
- 2013-10-08 14:08 gino
- Alerts sent to helpers in BT68,69,70,76-79.
- 2013-10-08 14:02
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