Found: Golden Dark Yellow Cross Breed Unknown In South East (OX2)

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  • Dog ID 89352
  • Status Found
  • Registered 12 Jul 2015
  • Name UNKNOWN DECEASED
  • Gender & Breed Unknown Cross Breed
  • Age
  • Colour golden dark yellow
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Unknown
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Found 11 Jul 2015
  • Where Found RTA lying dead on A34 southern bypass dual carriageway section southbound carriageway close to junction of A34 and Stanley Close. I could not stop as I was driving and road was very busy, lots of cars
  • Found In Region South East
  • Found In Post Area OX2
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info
  • Phone 1 07711505847
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By labrador lil
  • Views 1655
  • UNKNOWN DECEASEDPoster Image
  • UNKNOWN DECEASEDExtra Image

 

Sightings and Information

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DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
It has been confirmed that this was a Munt jac not a dog.
DogLostWestie213 - Area Co-ordinator, Berkshire
The animal is still there I'm afraid...it's right against the kerb in the middle of the road on the southbound carriageway of the A34 right after the turning for North Hinksey
I have submitted an online form to the Highways Agency, asking them to promptly remove the Animal. x
DogLostWestie213 - Area Co-ordinator, Berkshire
Another comment to confirm this Animal was not a Dog...
Liz Axford... Hi, I've just spoken to a friend of ours who passed this poor love earlier this morning - he thought it was a deer. had no head and long thin legs, very bloated..... xxx
DogLostWestie213 - Area Co-ordinator, Berkshire
I have just had a comment on my share, from a Facebook Friend...
Julie Wixey... Lisa I live in Stanley Close and if it's what I've seen its not a dog, it's further up the A34 just past the turn off for North Hinksey Lane and I'm afraid it's a golden coloured deer or muntjac...
DogLostWestie213 - Area Co-ordinator, Berkshire
Shared publically, and also on Doglost Oxfordshire...x
debbie
Can you call the highways agency please x
Pearl46
It is possible that it could have been a muncjac deer,as there have been many reports of sandy yellowish brown medium size dogs on major roads on missing pet sites.I saw one myself.Driving along a busy road,it is difficult to get a good look.I reported my sighting to my council highways dept.If it was a dog,perhaps they can check for a scan.Thanks for reporting it,just in case someone is missing their dog around there.


digbysmum
So sad. Hope an owner can be traced. Run free at the bridge dear doggie xx
DogLostGillyP - Administrator, Head Office
Think this is postcode OX2
labrador lil
Posted this in the hope someone can get closure. Very busy road, lots of traffic, dog was a medium size dark yellow/tan colour, possibly cross breed, but difficult to tell as traffic was moving quickly and I could not stop. Dog was lying on main A43 near central reservation close to the junction of A34 and Stanley Close. RIP little one.Last edited: 2015-07-12 08:38:02 by labrador lil
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