Found: White & Brown Terrier Cross Female In Central (NN3)

  • Dog ID 117636
  • Status Found
  • Registered 19 Jul 2017
  • Gender & Breed Female Terrier Cross
  • Age
  • Colour White & Brown
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged No
  • Microchipped No
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Found 15 Jul 2017
  • Where Found Barley Hill Road, in Southfield
  • Found In Region Central
  • Found In Post Area NN3
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Found in poor condition, taken to RSPCA where she sadly died of heart failure Cross posted incase previously missing
  • Phone 1 RSPCA 0300 123 8018
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By Lisa P - Regional Co-ordinator, Central
  • Views 2504


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Sue - onestopalldogs
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clearly the owners of this poor dog knew how sick she was, and so just threw her away like a piece of rubbish. 99 times out of 100 the owners are never traced so face no punishment. what i would like to do to punish them is not printable
Georgy Porgy
Has this been shared on social media? Southfields is in the eastern district someone there must know something of this. It's appalling, hope person responsible is found
Poor little mite I am so sorry to read this.
DogLostMax - Area Co-ordinator - Cornwall & Area Volunteer - Durham & Ireland
Heartbreaking, no other words :(
Run free little Rosie xxx
The name suits her. So very sorry. Night, night Rosie, sleep tight, and have fun at he bridge with your pals. RIP+ God Blessx A~~~Candle~~~burns for you sweet Rosie. Run free (HUG) So nice that Rosie had love, attention, and care at the end. Now in the care of the loving Angels. Another star will shine tonight Last edited: 2017-07-19 13:12:14 by janiejewel1649
Run free baby girl so sorry you did n t make it play over Rainbow bridge well and happy again xx
So very very sad...RIP sweet little one xxx
So sad...My heart breaks for this poor fur baby ..Thank goodness she spent her last moments in caring hands..Sleep peacefully beautiful xxLast edited: 2017-07-19 13:04:35
Poor darling. XxxLast edited: 2017-07-19 13:04:19
How heartbreaking.... why are people so cruel to animals, broke my heart reading the story of this poor little dog... no more suffering sweetie, play with you friends now and run free with them all dear Rosie xxxx
Run free sweet Rosie at Rainbow Bridge.xx
Sometimes there are no words this is that time
Just unbelievable
RIP Little one I am going to call her Rosie
After my beautiful Labrador.

DogLostLisa P - Regional Co-ordinator, Central

A badly neglected dog that was abandoned “like rubbish” in a Northampton street died from heart failure despite vets best attempts to save her. The white and brown female terrier could barely stand when she was found by a member of the public near to Barley Hill Road, in Southfields, on Saturday (July 15). She was taken to a vet, who contacted the RSPCA. RSPCA inspector Michelle Hare said: “The dog was in such a poor condition and as she could barely stand, it is clear that she did not make her own way onto the street like this. Someone must have dumped her. “She was absolutely crawling with fleas and her claws had curled over under themselves and embedded themselves in her pads. Sadly, she was also suffering from heart failure and despite the vets trying their very best, she deteriorated. As a result she was put to sleep to prevent further suffering. “Quite simply, she had got into the state she was in due to pure negligence. Someone had neglected her and then dumped her like rubbish in the street. This is no way to treat an animal - there is simply no excuse." The terrier was not microchipped so RSPCA officer do not know where she came from. But the charity is urging anyone who recognises her to contact them in confidence on 0300 123 8018 in the hope of identifying her cruel former owners.

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