Lost: Brown Cocker Spaniel Female In South East (TN8)

  • Dog ID 165703
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 03 Apr 2021
  • Name FUDGE
  • Gender & Breed Female Cocker Spaniel
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Brown
  • Marks & Scars White on her chest blond in her ears
  • Tagged No
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 31 Mar 2021
  • Where Lost Hartfield kent Tn87ea
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area TN8
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Wearing a red colour
  • Phone 1 07399504792
  • Phone 2 07501105134
  • Listed By Jade brazil
  • Views 1876
  • Alerts Sent 119
  • FUDGE Poster Image
  • FUDGE Extra Image


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Possibly not connected to poor, missing Fudge but in case Helen007 checks back here,


Police and RSPCA have now decided to follow this up so maybe future seized dogs.
Jade brazil
I live on the cross roads I’m 1 mile from hartfield village and 6 miles from Edenbridge kent not that this comment is helpful atall
I'm a bit confused a Hartfield is in East Sussex (TN7). Admittedly on the border 'ish'. TN8 is Edenbridge Kent
I have compiled the list of contacts hope this is helpful and this list is being updated every time the Police find dogs

Even if contacted local police still email the following


01/04/2021. Braintree Road Dubmow. 27 dogs seized. 19 adults 8 puppies Spaniels Lurchers 1x French Bull Dog 1x Rottweiler
Phone 101. Quoting incident 136 or crime stoppers 0800 555 111of 1st April 2021
Essex Police have seized more stolen dogs including the 12 in February total 50 presumed to be stolen. #233 Suffolk Rural Wildife Policing
Phone 101

59 dogs have been seized at Swansea Neath Port Talbot Wales
email PublicServiceCentre@south-wales.police.uk. Phone 101
Please be aware these dogs have only been discovered so be patient for a reply to your I have compiled the list of contacts hope this is helpful and this list is being updated every time the Police find dogs
DogLostSharon - Social Media Volunteer
Details shared to DogLost.co.uk Facebook Group X
Jade brazil

There’s no law to say dogs must live in side she is an out side dog we live in a private owned property with a lot of land she get tied up at night because of reasons like what’s happend or if she were to take off over the field for a animal in the dark she is a working dog ... and as for your comment it’s not helpful in enyway to be onist but thank you enyway!
I will never understand why people have dogs and choose to leave them outside, and tied up too?? Apologies if I have read that wrong. I was only assuming based on the information you have posted.
I really hope this beautiful girl is found safe and soon. xxx
Jade brazil
Hi nessybabe she went missing from home she is a yard dog we tie her up at him because we’re we love if very rural what with all the animals she would chance after them we tied her up at 10oclock went out the next morning to let her off and she’d been uncliped we belive she’s been stolen is been reported to the police an iv posted all over enythink that might bring her home xx
Did Fudge go missing on a walk/escape garden or stolen ?
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