Lost: Chocolate Labradoodle Male In South East (SO52)

  • Dog ID 60714
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 29 Nov 2013
  • Gender & Breed Male Labradoodle
  • Age Adult
  • Colour chocolate
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 28 Nov 2013
  • Where Lost Eastleigh.
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area SO52
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info
  • Phone 1 02380 618576
  • Phone 2 07889 838687
  • Listed By Kora Wheeler-Osman
  • Views 9162


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I spotted a brown spaniel/poodle type by the M3/M27 junction Sunday 2am,have posted a map on facebook page,it was very bedraggled coat about the size of a cocker or large badger!Went to run across the mway but turned and ran back into the undergrowth,was heading towards Home Woods way if that helps!Not sure what size your dog is,but maybe a chance! Just hope whoevers dog it is it gets found! Couldn't stop,so sorry!
DogLostmagicalbadgerwish- Area Volunteer Bath
Do please read the following article 9 labradoodle types have been found dumped. One woman looking at the photo believes it could be her missing/stolen dog Please follow up on this story as these could all be stolen dogs. I will pray for you and your dogs. Please do follow up investigations. Thank you http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/11739091.UPDATE__City_boss__plea_for_help_in_hunt_for_owners_of_dogs_dumped_in_appalling_conditions/
Two Labradoodles recently found in Kent, at Viking Oak Kennels, Kent, please contact them, it might be your dogs. I hope it is them. x
If it was the link I posted below, it does go through to a photo? however, this was back in January now so would have been rehomed by now anyway.
This is the link I posted below.
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=461477247289677&set=gm.567844513309521&type=1&theaterLast edited: 2014-07-10 18:05:36 by Sarah
Sarah, the link you gave me below comes straight to this post.
Kinsally & Seeks- yes we've postered all around various areas, am now redoing some laminated to renew those washed away in the rain. thanks you both for helping to broaden the areas notified.
Thank you Seeks, I'll post on your page & I will share on Twitter for you.
Yes I totally agree I think people could put up a'found' poster or two not realising it is law to inform the dog warden. Yes posters are so important as is social networking & I really thought there might of been some response after their appeal on Inside Out. I do hope you all get that good long awaited news very soon x
Kinsally thanks for saying you will put her on twitter, she is a young springer now (on the 17th) 7 months old but been gone 9 weeks on Saturday. Her ID is 60130.

Apart from one possible sighting early on (someone who's neighbour had just got one) that probably wasn't her she has gone into the ether totally.

I would hope these 2 have had a bit of press coverage too? I know designated type as well as breed rescues can really help with lost or found ones so with luck they are getting help. I also hope that they see Sarah's post as its always best to look.

Maybe these two are with someone. Not all folk know they have to by law tell the dog warden of any found dogs. They can put one or a few more adds up and think they have a unwanted dog. I know Southampton has a bit of a problem with unwanted dogs and maybe they thought they had been driven out from there and dumped?

You hear them say it in areas of Cornwall that the dog they have taken in was driven over from Plymouth and dumped..... I don't think too many are mind.

That's why they need posters eh? I hope they will have news soon though as having a dog lost is really such a hard thing to cope with x
Hi, could you check this one out. I don't think it is one of yours but want to check as just wondered if it was a clipped Labradoodle or maybe it's a Bearded Collie x? https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=461477247289677&set=gm.567844513309521&type=1&theater
Thank you Seeks. Yes hopefully there are posters in the area & I do hope the owner is getting help through Facebook & the Labradoodle Trust. Yes I'm miles away too but keeping an eye on other sites for any matches. I'm sorry to hear yours is stolen too Seeks which is yours on doglost? I will share on Twitter for you too. Hope there will be some positive news soon x
Kinsally we asked for help to put up posters as ours is stolen so we have a huge area to cover. I think we all assume help with posters isn't needed but if someone asks well we found people have so willingly helped us.

I so agree that where they might have been sited needs to be flooded with posters. Sorry I can't help you though as over 200 miles away but I am sure folk would if they knew his people needed them to.

Hope there will be news soon

So sorry these two gorgeous dogs are still missing, it's so sad there has been no news after being on television's Inside Out. Is there anyone that is helping poster? I know there was a possible sighting posted on Barnie's page 60715 of them being walked in Totton recreation ground at the beginning of December, has there been any more news on this? & is that area plastered heavily with posters? as someone must of taken them in with no sightings whatsoever & these are large dogs to be loose & not seen. Its sad there doesn't seem to be much help offered on here for their owner with postering, i wish I was nearer to assist. Please can anyone in this area keep lookout & help put posters around thank you x
Robbie is with Barney #60715.
Wonder if they are with someone since no new sightings.Hope they are safe and home soon
Doodle Trust
Posted on Facebook by Kora Wheeler-Osman


answering to BARNEY and ROBBIE. 2 x chocolate LABRADOODLES, Robbie is darker than Barney. Went over the back of our horses fields (off of flexford road) normally disappear for an hour but have ALWAYS come back until today, went MISSING FROM THIS MORNING (28/11/13) and still no sign. This is very out of character. Barney has a pale blue collar with my mums number written on it (Elaine Wheeler-Osman 07751067848) and Robbie has a dark collar with bones and paw prints (I think) on it. Please re post this to spread awareness as they are dearly loved and missed. They are very friendly dogs so don't worry if you see them as they are not dangerous at all. They are both microchipped, if you see them please contact us ASAP, they are probably together as don't often stray apart or far from one another. Many thanks xxxLast edited: 2013-11-30 14:33:20 by Doodle Trust
DogLostJayne - Admin
TX Angus for putting photo on..Alerts sent out to SO 16,17,18,30,50,52,53.
I hope your boys are home soon xLast edited: 2013-11-30 01:22:06 by Shereen
Sorry to see that ROBBIE AND BARNEY STILL MISSING is missing.
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