Lost: Brown Brindle Patterdale Cross Male In Wales (SA17)

  • Dog ID 111809
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 23 Feb 2017
  • Gender & Breed Male Patterdale Cross (Neutered)
  • Age Older Adult
  • Colour Brown brindle
  • Marks & Scars White patch on chest and one paw.
  • Tagged No
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 21 Feb 2017
  • Where Lost Pembrey Burrows Nature Reserve ( near the bird hide) Llanelli South Wales. 'WEARING A MUZZLE WITH RED STRAP'
  • Lost In Region Wales
  • Lost In Post Area SA17
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Can be reactive especially men. Chip registered as Zebeedee his previous name before rescue.
  • Phone 1 01554811361
  • Phone 2 07720216549
  • Listed By Naomi wilmot
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A dog with
a muzzle has been found looks similar to yours but thin he is at Hope rescue centre https ://www.facebook.com/groups/789589117755292/permalink/1614099171970945/
I can’t see the whole body of a found dog similar to yours but it’s worth checking. He is at Forest Lodge Kennels, rescue and rehoming and was left dumped by travellers
Naomi wilmot
Sadly not yet. The only positive is there has been no evidence at the badger sett either which hopefully means he wasn't down there. Trying to stay positive x
Any news? xx
Naomi wilmot
Alfie wears a Baskerville muzzle because he has been known to nip people and this way we can allow him to run off lead without fear of him hurting anyone. He can eat small treats, he can drink,pant and bark whilst wearing the muzzle. The only thing he can't do is bite. He has been known however, to get the muzzle off or to break it so it's possible he is no longer wearing it.
We have had 2 possible sightings in Pembrey Country park but neither sightings are sure it was Alfie, just a small dark coloured dog seen running away, very nervous. The park is a very popular dog walking area so these could be dogs that were just a distance from their owners or it could be Alfie. The rangers are all on red alert and will notify me of any further sightings.
Seeks..I'm guessing you mean me ..thanks but I didn't arrange the TC so no credit here, I think it was lovely Sarah Williams, and I've no idea who asked for it. I wish this little one could come home xxxx
Hollieberry I am sure he can drink. I think all of the available muzzles allow that. I only used 3 types (the black material ones that go under the jaw and the nose passes through a loop and both the light tan plastic and the much better black baskerviles) I know the stronger black baskervile with the strap over the head to the collar certainly allows them to eat & I think all 3 of those do as well xx

Bless you Heater xx

His Thundercla link which goes out in 4 days time. We are trying to especially target the area Alfie is missing in xx

re-sharing x
Is the muzzle that Alfie is wearing of a type that he would be able to drink ?
There is a thunderclap out for Alfie now on Thunderclap support for animals page x
sharing to groups x
DogLostSharon - Social Media Volunteer
I have shared with DL FB Page, Twitter & Public. I hope Alfie is safely back at home soon. X
Sue - onestopalldogs
Shared Facebook & Twitter
DogLostMillypod (Chris) - Administrative Volunteer
Sharing Twitter.
DogLostJan -North West and Police Liaison Coordinator
Email advice sent.Urgent this little one is found he was wearing a muzzle when he went missing x
DogLostFiona Monger - Investigations Co-ordinator
Shared to Doglost Wales facebook groups. Dog Warden and chip Company have been notified
DogLostFiona Monger - Investigations Co-ordinator
Alfie went missing Tuesday 21st Feb x
DogLostFiona Monger - Investigations Co-ordinator
owner has advised he has possibly gone down a Rabbit Hole. They are keeping a look out in the lost area but cant hear anything. Alfie still has his Muzzle on as far as we are aware unless picked up by someone and removed. fingers crossed Alfie is found soon Last edited: 2017-02-23 09:45:03 by Fiona Monger - Investigations Co-ordinator
DogLostJayne - Admin & Regional Co-ordinator - Wales
Alerts sent to helpers in SA14,15,16,17.
DogLostSarah - Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambs Twitter Co-ordinator
Tweeted @DogLostUK x
Sorry to see that ALFIE WEARING MUZZLE is missing.
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