Lost: Beige/grey Cross Breed Male In East Anglia (PE3)

  • Dog ID 109688
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 03 Jan 2017
  • Name LUCKY
  • Gender & Breed Male Cross Breed (Neutered)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Beige/grey
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 28 Dec 2016
  • Where Lost Ravensphorpe/Westwood/Bretton area in Peterborough
  • Lost In Region East Anglia
  • Lost In Post Area PE3
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info
  • Listed By Magda
  • Views 4289
  • LUCKYPoster Image
  • LUCKYExtra Image

 

Sightings and Information

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JANI
further update?Last edited: 2021-01-01 16:14:00 by JANI
Wendy
I'm sure a dog like this was Found in the Pound on FB recently
Juls
Any news ?x
Juls
Where did he go missing from? Poster where people will look as they do, post boxes a good one , bus stops shelters supermarkets on there notice boards , pets at home , x have you done any posters yet as do go around those areas
Mary
Wherever you put them make sure you don't cause any damage. I use cable ties or parcel tape that does not leave a mark when removed. I poster bins and poo bins, bus shelters, lampposts, trees on public land and car parks but would ask staff to display in business, retail or leisure premises. If you put one in a post box, it will go back to the local sorting office. I wouldn't advise putting them on private property or anywhere that could be considered disrespectful. Remember where you put them as hopefully you will be removing them all soon. This is not official advice but I hope it helps.
Magda
Thank you all for your advice and help. I have a question regarding posters, where is it legal to hang them? On Peterborough council website is information about advertising business but nothing about missing pet posters.
JANI
re-sharing for you Magda xx
Juls
Hi , did you have any news about the van in the earlier posts ? Did he go missing from home or on a walk , dogs can travel in 2 weeks , flood areas with posters , Westwood shops and car park , bretton centre at Sainsbury around shops aswell , coppers at Bretton and shop , hungry horse and garage , Morrison's car park anywhere where lots of people can see and look . Makes people look and recognise him . X x
Magda
Thank you Juls for helping us to find Lucky. We did only one poster in the area which we initially thought he was last seen. Than we got terrible flu, whole the family, but we're planning to put posters in all areas of Peterborough.
Juls
Any news , have been in those areas this week but no sighting , have you done posters in all these areas as people look and might recognise him x x
Magda
Thank you JANI and all of you, please don't forget Lucky! I am sure he is missing our family, although he was an adult dog, he was still like a "baby", very attached to us...Please, keep looking for him!
JANI
re-sharing x
Jane
Shared Twittered
JANI
sharing to groups x
Sassy885
Amanda post.."Did anyone see a dog being picked up yesterday from parkway above the underpath at bretton park.it was a white van that stopped to pick it up but need to no company name as lady that saw van can't remember what name was on the van.have found the owners of the dog but don't no where the dog has been taken.any help would be grateful.was about 2pm yesterday."
Sue - onestopalldogs
Shared Facebook & Twitter
DogLostHelen - Regional Co-ordinator - Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridge
I have passed your message on to Sassy885 and I believe she is trying to find out more info Magda x
Magda
Hi Sassy885, we reported the incident to the police, but I wonder if it's possible to ask Amanda about colour of the van? We checked that parceline became dpd few years ago.
Juls
Working in those areas tomorrow will keep a look out for him x x stay safe best wishes
Unknown
So sorry to see that Lucky is missing. We would love it if you'd let Hat Trick Productions follow your search for their Lost & Found TV series. Do call Lawrence on 0207 184 6738 for a chat.
DogLostSharon - Social Media Volunteer
I have shared with DL FB Page, Twitter & Public. I hope Lucky is safely back at home soon. X
Jane
Shared Twitter
caring4dogs
twitter
DogLostJayne - Founder Doglost.
Alerts sent to helpers in PE1,2,3,4,5,6.
Sassy885
Amanda original post...if anyone lost a dog in westwood, north bretton area there was one found and picked up by a parcel line van around 2pm today on the bretton parkway. After further discussions which have since been deleted she advised she couldn't be certain it was parceline and the guy was wearing a high vis x
Sassy885
Hi Magda, we passed on the information to Ewelina on the 29th and and she advised us you had checked with dog warden and vets and lucky hadn't been handed in so we advised for the police to be called. The witness has since deleted her post. X
Magda
Thank you so much for help, I am missing Lucky terribly, my main concern is his safety...
Helen, is there any description of the van? Colour, make, any logo?
We alredy notified police, dog warden, bretton vet, but still no sign...
DogLostHelen - Regional Co-ordinator - Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridge
A van driver in high vis jacket collected Lucky on Bretton Parkway 14:00 29/12. Marley not been handed into any vets or the Dog Warden.
DogLostMillypod (Chris) - Administrative Volunteer
Sharing Twitter.
DogLostHelen - Regional Co-ordinator - Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridge
I will E-mail general information including contact numbers for vets in the area.
Twitter requested.
Keep safe Lucky until you are found x
DogLostHelen - Regional Co-ordinator - Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridge
Details added to Dog Lost Cambridge facebook group and other groups in the area.
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