Found: Staffordshire Bull Terrier Male In Central (NG6)

  • Dog ID 130164
  • Status Found
  • Registered 07 Jun 2018
  • Name
  • Gender & Breed Male Staffordshire Bull Terrier
  • Age
  • Colour
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Found 28 May 2018
  • Where Found Gayhurst Rd, Basford area
  • Found In Region Central
  • Found In Post Area NG6
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Chipped but details are not up to date. He is currently with Nottingham city stray dogs
  • Listed By Amanda - Area Volunteer - Central
  • Views 1434
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DogLostLisa P - Regional Co-ordinator, Central
Sydneysmum, there is no regulations that specifiy the wardens must promote the dogs needing homes, they put the emphasis on the owners keeping details up to date on the microchip & contacting the wardens if their dog is missing. Many wardens do promote the dogs, however they will often withhold information and/or pictures to help ensure that the dog isnt claimed by someone who isnt their owner, the wardens do a great job & we support their judgements as to the information they chose to publicise x
Lisa P. - thanks for that info Lisa -
Could you also tell me - do ALL Dog Wardens in the U.K. have to comply with the same set of regulations/rules?
Or are they independent & just kind of 'do their own thing'?
The reason I ask is - so many Dog Wardens in 'Central' NE & NW appear to be so swamped with work they have no time to take a picture & basic details to upload to doglost. As their part in the 'chain' is so very vital - would it be possible to get them some help? A local volunteer to assist with the admin side of things maybe?
And as so many Dog Wardens, in the areas I mentioned, clearly have no way of taking & uploading a photo (or they would have done so) couldn't we raise funds to insure ALL Wardens have the equipment they need to do their jobs effectively?
Just a thought

DogLostLisa P - Regional Co-ordinator, Central
Sydneysmum, if you have questions you will need to contact the dog warden directly. The dog has been scanned by the dog warden, Doglost volunteers spend a lot of time adding the dogs to our site to help promote the dogs, they add the details given by the warden x
Sue - onestopalldogs
Shared to @onestopalldogsFound Facebook and Twitter
Can anyone tell me if this boy is completely white? or are there other marks near his tail?

What are the odds? -
six Staffy types ALL in the NG post code area - NONE have been scanned - but ALL are listed as "chip details out of date" or 'not registered'.
How does that work then?
If the dogs 'chip' details are listed as 'unknown' - how do you know the chip is 'out of date'??
Just curious
DogLostLisa P - Regional Co-ordinator, Central
Shared on FB to Doglost Central & Tweeted x
Thank you for taking the time to list this found dog and ensuring the safety of the dog.
Please ensure that you notify your local Dog Warden and the local Police Station - in Scotland you MUST inform your local Police Station and if possible contact the Dog Warden also.
The found dog may have a Microchip or a Tattoo - please have the dog scanned and checked for a tattoo at a vet's so that owners may be contacted as soon as possible.
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If possible please add a photo as this greatly assists our work in matching Found dogs with Missing dogs.

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