Lost: Black And White English Springer Spaniel Male In North West (WA16)

  • Dog ID 102009
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 05 Jul 2016
  • Name TED
  • Gender & Breed Male English Springer Spaniel
  • Age Adult
  • Colour black and white
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 29 Jun 2016
  • Where Lost High Legh, warrington.
  • Lost In Region North West
  • Lost In Post Area WA16
  • Where Found Missing from petsitters house some where between the 29th June and the 2nd July.
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info
  • Phone 1 01925 213835
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By Jayne - Admin
  • Views 7122
  • TEDPoster Image
  • TEDExtra Image


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Have a look at this one, face looks the same but can't tell on body markings.
DogLostCJ - Police Liaison & SE Regional Coordinator
Checked again with PETRAC that details are there of Ted Missing possibly stolen.If scanned then owner will be informed of this.
Until Ted is scanned we have no idea where he could be - a stray if the story escaped is correct- but then should be scanned.. or sold on maybe again need to be scanned..
cj - just spoken to owner. she would be so glad if you could help.has police ref but they said ------ nothing we can do etcetcetc. pls phone her
DogLostCJ - Police Liaison & SE Regional Coordinator
Is this pet sitter a person who advertises as such? If so i would hope they have insurance to cover any losses. I would send a letter claiming a huge amount and threaten to take via courts for compensation if Ted is not recovered. We really need the microchip number on site as well (can only be seen by those with admin access).
It must be reported to police although they may not treat as stolen without good reason - owner needs to state facts of what has been said by this so called pet sitter- admitted taking off ID tag and maybe a visit from the police might make them realise this will not be taken lightly.
NickyB i have sent you an email as well.
This should be classed as theft. I hope you have notified the police and obtained a CRN no. If you do this please notify admin of number and then your dog can be treated as stolen.
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The story stinks and so does the Petsitter. I think his pants might be on fire.
phoned owner to see latest. she said she would visit the dogsitter today with a male friend to ask him how it happened, where the alleged hole in the hedge is, and exactly why HE REMOVED ID TAG FROM COLLAR, AND TOLD HER HE HAD DONE SO !!!!!!!!
petsitter told owner he took off teds collar......... why would anyone minding anyone dogs do that? didn't tell snyone he had lost ted............ so not only a solicitor letter I would ask 2 large gentleman to come with me and ask petsitter to go thro exactly when it happened how it happened show the gap in the hedge ted is meant to have got through ............. I personally think petsitter knows where ted is
NickyB I would certainly take this further too, was the petsitter registered etc. Anyone can call themselves a petsitter these days but if you look after animals you would need to ensure they are kept safe all of the time. Hope the petsitter has done all he can to get the dog found! x
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DogLostJayne - Admin
Update from family to say its not Ted.
have asked family to look at gedling borugh council, Nottingham photo of very similar dog found 4 july - so keeping fingers crossed
rose owner does not have internet or mobile phone. yes he escaped from garden but you need to speak to her for whole story. if it was my dog one thing of many I would do is get a solicitors letter to him - the dog was in his care and he lost it..... its only the same as leaving your car at the garage for repair, or watch jewellers, etc and they lost it ....... doglost.co.uk have given the owner lots of advice, one of which is to get police CRN crime reference number.
Did he get out of the petsitters garden? Make sure you have lots of posters out in the area he went missing so that everyone is aware and to make him TOO HOT TO HANDLE. Hope he is found very soon x
DogLostJayne - Admin
Alerts sent to helpers in WA4,13,14,15,16.
this dog disappeared whilst being at petsitters............
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Far away from you but wishing you the best of luck. Posters really make a huge difference and are well worth doing.
Sorry to see that TED is missing.
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