Lost: Brindle And White Boxer Female In South West (TR16)

  • Dog ID 31397
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 28 Jul 2011
  • Name DOLLY
  • Gender & Breed Female Boxer (Spayed)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Brindle and white
  • Marks & Scars White flash on back of neck, four white feet
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed No
  • Where Lost Disappeared with Oliver the chocolate Labrador on Carn Marth. Vanished into dense undergrowth chasing an animal.
  • Lost In Region South West
  • Lost In Post Area TR16
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Dolly has an underactive thyroid and needs medication. If she goes too long without her tablets she will become lethargic and will suffer hair loss.
  • Phone 1 01209 822119
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By ZZ - Area Volunteer, Cornwall
  • Views 6401
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Just checking for any news. Hope you get the call you have been waiting for very soon.
ZZ - Area Volunteer, Cornwall
Thanks, Jenny4, and every one of you for the ongoing support and suggestions. Chip dets on these two are up to date - owners very proactive and 'on the ball'. Janie, police informed way back and CRN issued! They have been very good, I'm pleased to say. Keep looking, all of you!Maldini I will talk to the owners on your behalf.
Our 2 dogs have been missing nearly 3 weeks so presume stolen. How did these owners go about getting publicity on a national level?
Just have to ask, are the microchips up to date, as there are a couple of dogs, one Choc. lab and a Boxer, found in different parts of the country, both with chips that are out of date........Is it possible the owners have moved before the dogs went missing and they forgot to update them?Last edited: 2011-09-21 15:28:02
Sorry to see Dolly and Oliver are still missing. Assume the police have been informed just in case of theft. The good thing is they are microchipped. Will hope and pray fcr their safe return. Fingers xd too. God Bless the dogs and their owners.
Hope some good news come out of it ........
Advertised in The Countryman's Weekly magazine today. I hope it brings some news.
DogLostMoogie - Area Volunteer, Cornwall
Re posted on Facebook group please look out for these missing dogs in Cornwall. Hope there's some news soon
Still tweeting them on twitter....in case we can jog any holiday folks memories.
Still tweeting them on twitter....in case we can jog any holiday folks memories.
I am glad to hear no dogs were found down the mines....I will print posters and post Hayle area and cross post on facebook.......hope they are returned home soon.
ZZ - Area Volunteer, Cornwall
Owners have been extremely proactive. We can now rule out the shafts on and around Carn Marth as they have been thoroughly investigated - no dogs down there at all. There have been no sightings reported since a possible one of two dogs, one a boxer, one unidentified, heading along the road at the bottom of Shoot Hill, in the direction of Carharrack, on the day after Dolly and Oliver went missing from Carn Marth. The owner is waiting to talk to the person who saw the dogs. Since then there has been nothing, and they are now believed stolen. Owners have succeeded in obtaining a crime number, and are extending the publicity on a national level. They are doing so much, I do hope they get the breakthrough they so deserve.
Has there not been any sightings of either Dolly or Oliver at all?
Added to my Facebook page.
Is there no word at all about Dolly and Oliver?
Really hope Dolly and Oliver are found safe and well very soon. Come on babies show yourselves. Love and hugs xx
ZZ - Area Volunteer, Cornwall
We can now rule out the possible sighting of Dolly in Carharrack. This was a male local Boxer who regularly roams.
ZZ - Area Volunteer, Cornwall
At this time it looks highly unlikely that Dolly and Oliver have gone down a shaft.
put on FB and will e-mail out, have a few clients around that area.also for Oliver

Sorry to hear Dolly and Oliver are lost, have posted on facebook, for all my friends to keep an eye out for them x
DogLostJayne - Admin
poTster e mailed to helpers in TR 3,4,10,13,14,15,16.
Added to K9Crusaders Lost dog page with links to this page
ZZ - Area Volunteer, Cornwall
Dolly and Oliver disappeared together on Tuesday at around 9.a.m. There was a possible sighting of Dolly around midday in Carharrack, on Penance Rd, walking up a footpath past a house with building works.
ZZ - Area Volunteer, Cornwall
Owners have no computer or mobile phone, so I will be the point of contact if owners can't be reached on their landline. My mobile is 07828 261355.

Dolly is a gentle, friendly, but rather nervous dog, who may not hold her own if she is away from home too long. Last edited: 2011-07-28 12:24:36 by ZZ - Area Volunteer, Cornwall
Sorry to see that DOLLY is missing.
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