Lost: Jack Russell Terrier Cross Female In North East (HD4)

  • Dog ID 60568
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 26 Nov 2013
  • Name AZA
  • Gender & Breed Female Jack Russell Terrier Cross
  • Age
  • Colour
  • Marks & Scars White legs, White tie front neck(throat) JACK RUSSELL CROSS BREED
  • Tagged No
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 20 Oct 2013
  • Where Lost Huddersfield , newsome
  • Lost In Region North East
  • Lost In Post Area HD4
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info
  • Phone 1 447463121166
  • Phone 2 07463121166
  • Listed By Jack Slawinski
  • Views 1833
  • AZAPoster Image
  • AZAExtra Image


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**NEW TEL NUMBER FOR JACK 07840013787 OR 07402 206666**

Aza im still looking for you sweetheart, who ever rehomed you, knows your situation and is unwilling to get in touch, despite my pleas, and reward offered, even mdh tried to help by sharing your new plea, as they're unable to give details under the data protection act. I only hope little girl that if for any reason your taken to a vets that they will scan you and see how hard we've been trying to trace you and get you home.....

well I gave it my best Aza, did everything necessary, sent picture against your found ref at mcdh, explained everything and how I tracked you down, and even asked to forward an appeal letter to your new owners to get in touch with your daddy....?
I've not heard back from anyone I just hope you are back where you belong... Bless you Aza xxx Debs xxx
DogLostCJ - Police Liaison Co-ordinator
I think need to confirm that these are the same dog. Was there a photograph to compare the 2 dogs? From details held on microchip this dog did escape before and was picked up and reunited so chip does work. Not sure how reunited as details were not there to give but maybe from council records against lost dogs?
I would suggest let owner see photo to check this is his dog that was found then rehomed and could easily be abother dog.
oh aza where are you babe? xxx
ill just get it & ring you now thank you x
DogLostJumanji - Co-ordinator.South.Yorkshire
Debbie please contact me on 07960968339 . Aza was registered with us when she had already been missing for almost a month and i initially advised Jack it was very important that he needed to get her contact details updated on her microchip records as he told me he hadn't done this x

DogLostAlison - Administrator, Head Office & Area Co-ordinator, Lincolnshire
Debbie can you send in the chip number to admin@doglost.co.uk making sure you quote ID60568. I do not have access to the chip number database but a couple of our coordinators do and they may be able to help you.
alison & jumanji, I need some help please.

I've sent a poster out on aza claiming that she was rehomed from mcdh
and help with her whereabouts... It's possible that her owner would like to take this further as she was chipped, however the problem now is that i've found out her chip is polish. having investigated the status on chips from the eu are compliant with our scanners in the uk, im up against the wall as to which polish company provided it?
I'm checking if mcdh would have been able to find it with their equipment, as it puts a new light on situation if it does?

What im hoping for please is that as I have the chip number given by jack, would you be able to inform me of the provider please?

many thanks debbie x
I have sent out an appeal poster on aza & hoping its shared far & wide to help get her home. hang on in there Jack! x
heres an update on aza
"I FOUND HER", tracing back on animal wardens site 215 pages 15 to a page
narrowed down to 26 possibilities, then got her!! she was picked up in stockport day after went missing, by wardens & taken to manchester dogs home. although chipped this wasnt found, & sadly after her 7 days there she was rehomed.
Jack & myself feel that we should try & appeal to the public, and try & see if who ever rehomed her would consider her going back to her proper family, as shes been with them since she was a few weeks old, Aza will be 12 on the 14th of may, and jack has clearly been searching for her since last october.
Have yet to start an appeal im hoping for some guidance as never done anything like this before, but have found out that the law states no info can be passed once a dog has been rehomed, except if the dog gets a new chip & therefore a cpr31 disclosure & inspection of documents form can see the new details of a rehomed dog. Hope it doesn't even go there but I felt I had to check out all avenues before proceeding.

Alison & Jumanji would you give me some guidance please or be able to help us out? would be most appreciated, many thanks
Debs x
have spotted on on here except 187 miles apart, tho found on 17th feb 2014 ref 64745 does describe dog as aza is described?
have put on fb to share for the owner
DogLostAlison - Administrator, Head Office & Area Co-ordinator, Lincolnshire
Owner called in today asking for suggestions of how to find her. Mentioned FB and other media to try and spread the word.
DogLostJumanji - Co-ordinator.South.Yorkshire
Sadly no news yet Ella
Any news of her? x
DogLostJumanji - Co-ordinator.South.Yorkshire
Thanks Jayne and Ella x
Aza went missing from her back garden and her owner believes she may have just wandered off.
The dog warden and kennels were contacted and her owner kept checking with them . Some postering has been done and I have advised her owner to continue to do more postering and to get some media coverage as someone may have taken her in. Anyone finding a dog is required by law to report this to the dog warden.
Hoping this lovely girl is found very soon x x
Shared on fb. I hope she will be home soon just like my Jake x
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
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