Lost: White West Highland White Terrier Female In North West (OL3)

  • Dog ID 59775
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 10 Nov 2013
  • Gender & Breed Female West Highland White Terrier
  • Age Adult
  • Colour white
  • Marks & Scars Has floppy ears an curly coat
  • Tagged Yes
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 06 Nov 2013
  • Where Lost castleshaw valley near dirty lane
  • Lost In Region North West
  • Lost In Post Area OL3
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Hettie is a very timid rescue dog and is frightened of any noise, please DO NOT chase her. Hettie is MICROCHIPPED and if found should be reported to the council dog warden - AS REQUIRED BY LAW.
  • Phone 1 01254 733400
  • Phone 2 07766380466
  • Listed By Hettie
  • Views 2221
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Sightings and Information

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DogLostSherlock-Area volunteer Gloucestershire south
Please check out http://www.animalwardens.co.uk/lost-found-dogs-search?sobi2Task=sobi2Details&catid=&sobi2Id=78742
any news?? still keeping a look out
the first contact number is for a different area not saddleworth
Bev B
is Hettie still missing?
DogLostAnnieSparky - Area Volunteer, West Lancashire
Westie in Leigh Dogs Home.
Photo ref: St Helens area-02513
Any news on Hettie?
Lady 0wl
Found Dog
15 Nov 2013 Terrier
Location: Heywood OL10
Colour: White
Size: Small
Our Ref: 322099

For further details call 0845 241 7253 (local rate)
to amend, email info@animalwardens.co.uk quoting our ref and full postcode, attach picture if available
Hi I volunteer at the dog training centre in greenfield and we have recently started a local lost dog wall... Just thought you might like to know I will be adding hetties poster to the wall tonight! We have lots of dog owners that live locally and will happily keep their eye out for her :) x
We have been out looking around the Austerlands and Strinesdale area everyday sinece the sighting - but no sightings
Delph Dog Walking
I have some time to spare today and will take Ruby and have a good look for Hettie. Where would it be most useful to look? I was thinking perhaps Crompton Moor/Bishops Park/Strinesdale.Last edited: 2013-11-15 08:27:46 by Delph Dog Walking
Possible sighting reported at 9.30 am at the Roebuck in Strinsdale, sounds like Hettie as the dog stopped when she heard the car ( which she does) unfortunatly when he approached her she intially came but the turned round and ran off . Reported to houses in the area
Searched all around the area for approx 4 hours sadly no further sightings.
Going up again early tommorrow morning
Parked at car park by Brun Clough reservoir where I put up a poster and walked a mile and a half along the Penine Way above Castleshaw reservoirs. Passed Hettie's contact details on to people I met and there were quite a few out with it being such a nice day. Sadly no sighting though.
DogLostAnnieSparky - Area Volunteer, West Lancashire
A long shot as bit of a distance away.....Theres a little dog worth a check on Leigh Dogs home website in the stray photos section.....though looks to have a little brown on ears.


Photo ref: West Lancs 275
Have been up on Pule Hill ( behind the Carriage House Pub) and down into Marsden this morning but unfortunately there was no sign of Hettie there. Have also alerted a friend in Delph and shared on facebook. Hope she's found soon and I'll continue looking.
Thank you Lorna = i have looked on most of the moorland for approx 4 mile radius over the weekend and today , Sadly no sighting
Have put posters in Greenfield Tesco, Castleshaw Centre public car park and one on a sign at the junction between Dirty Lane and Castleshaw Top Bank. Very wet so couldn't put more up outside. Walked along and posted flyers through the doors of houses on Cote Lane and Dirty Lane (which becomes Bleak Hey Nook Lane) until it meets Stanedge Foot Rd. Although mild, the mist made visibility very poor and since I'm not very familiar with this area, I didn't go off path on to the moors and unfortunately didn't see any sign of Hettie in the area I covered. Spoke to a small number of people who now know to look out for her. Hope she turns up safely soon.
Alerts sent to helpers in O1,OL1,OL2,OL3,OL4,OL15,OL16,HX6, HD3,HD7
DogLostClaire Gresty - North West & Police Liaison Coordinator
Shared Hettie on FB, hope she is found safe x
DogLostJackalee - (Kathryn) Area Co-ordinator, Greater Manchester
Email advise forwarded to owner.
DogLostJackalee - (Kathryn) Area Co-ordinator, Greater Manchester
I have seen this dog being circulated on FB, photo now added and ready for email alerts to go out.
Please put a photo on here when you can x
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