Reunited: LIVER & WHITE English Springer Spaniel Female

  • Dog ID 158784
  • Status Reunited
  • Registered 28 Jul 2020
  • Name POPPY
  • Gender & Breed Female English Springer Spaniel
  • Age Older Adult
  • Colour LIVER & WHITE
  • Marks & Scars Poppy has a very distinctive face with only one liver patch over her left eye.....her right eye area is white and body is predominantly white
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 28 Jul 2020
  • Where Lost Goldcliff area of Newport
  • Lost In Region Wales
  • Lost In Post Area NP18
  • Date Reunited 06 Apr 2021
  • Other Info Poppy is a very playful, chunky, well built solid girl, she is predominantly white with onlybone brown eye patch. STOLEN - ONE OF 6 STOLEN from kennels, out of view, at rear of property at 3.30 am.
  • Phone 1 07799 957547
  • Phone 2 01633 290495
  • Listed By Grace
  • Views 4413
  • Alerts Sent 151
  • POPPYPoster Image
  • POPPYExtra Image


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DogLostMajorjet (Jan) - Area Co-ordinator - Liverpool/Merseyside, North West
FANTASTIC to see POPPY has been REUNITED. Well done for keeping the Chip details up to date. Thank you to her FINDER, Vet and everyone who has helped while she was missing. Welcome home gorgeous.
DogLostReynard - Area Volunteer - Wiltshire
Great !
How fantastic!!!!
DogLostSharon - Social Media Volunteer
Welcome home Poppy, such lovely news x
DogLostLily - Area Coordinator- South wales

Beautiful Poppy, has been found safely - she was handed into a vet, welcome home gorgeous girl , after 8 long months, you are finally home.

4 more left to come home safely.
Post removed Last edited: 2021-04-06 16:58:01 by twoDs
Spaniel found with one brown eye it’s on spaniels lost and stolen uk . Found at Chadwick Lane, cherry orchard barn .. looks identical good luck
Something to keep an eye on
One of the six reunited:

Thank you all so much for sharing his details and helping to ensure that we got Duster home where he belongs.

DUSTER was found wandering around Martock, just outside Yeovil and an hour and a half from home.
I would really like to thank Cheryl House, the lovely lady who picked him up, tried to untangle his ears and fed him before taking him to the vet and making sure he was looked after.
We requested holding back with publicising his return to hopefully get an opportunity of checking the local area in case any of the others may have been there and not alert who ever may have stolen them but unfortunately it was shared and so far we have not had any success in tracing the others.

He was in a pretty bad state, stinking, filthy and eyes and ears in a mess - and was very shaken. A bath, new bed and a heat lamp has ensured that he is feeling better. To see him so sad was heart breaking but he is slowly improving and a little spark is coming back to his eyes and he is slowly accepting he is now safe again. It will take time but at least we have him home where he belongs.

It is hard to express the amount of gratitude we have for everyone who has been so supportive and have been behind us since we started this awful journey on 28th July, when Duster was stolen, along with 5 other English Springer Spaniels - Poppy, Lilly, Sniper, Hunter and Chloe (in pup when stolen) who are a still missing.
Please keep sharing their posts so that we can hopefully reunite them all and get them home safe too.
Shared to Home Safe Dog UK x
DogLostSharon - Social Media Volunteer
Details shared to Facebook Group X
DogLostClaire Gresty - Area Co-ordinator & Police Liaison - North West
CRN added and status changed to stolen xx
DogLostClaire Gresty - Area Co-ordinator & Police Liaison - North West
Message sent to owner requesting CRN and shared posters to FB xx

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