Lost: Brown With White Chest, Muzzle And Paws Cross Breed Female In Scotland (ML1)

  • Dog ID 83546
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 01 Mar 2015
  • Name AMY
  • Gender & Breed Female Cross Breed
  • Age Adult
  • Colour brown with white chest, muzzle and paws
  • Marks & Scars blue eyes and pink nose
  • Tagged No
  • Microchipped No
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 08 May 2014
  • Where Lost cleland motherwell
  • Lost In Region Scotland
  • Lost In Post Area ML1
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Amy is still missing believed to be stolen and moved outwith area she has build of a staffy with longer legs cross between english bull terrier, and husky x staffy previous doglost id 68725 facebook page - help find Amy
  • Phone 1 07938149016
  • Phone 2 07938149016
  • Listed By june
  • Views 1505
  • Alerts Sent 34
  • AMY Poster Image
  • AMY Extra Image


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Hi lots of dogs for sale and free on shpock I've just seen this poor little one going for free and i know photos can make fur look lighter if a flash used and was a close match to Amy https://www.shpock.com/en-gb/i/XRaBy5xoglNtfplp/family-dog x
thank you for posting re thunderclap xx
DogLostMillypod (Chris) - Administrative Volunteer
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charlie and sooty
Duplicate page - 68725
I DO Hope this is ok to Post Here - I mostly Tweet for Missing Pets But have just seen a poss. Sightin update of Amy on Facebook - I have Tweeted details with a few of Her @helpfindamy Tweets.
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Help Find Amy
21 hrs ·
There has been a possible sighting of a dog looking very similar to Amy at Belhaven Bay, Dunbar. This wee dog has been seen numerous times mainly on the John Muir cycle/walk path being walked or jogged by a lady. The person who has contacted has just seen Amys appeal and is keeping an eye out for the dog again so we can confirm or eliminate it as Amy. Can I ask anyone around that area to watch out for her, feedback is this wee dog is very well cared for and therefore if it is Amy the people probably dont know she is missing . If you are in the area and able to print Amys poster and put up in local shops etc it would be greatly appreciated as Im without transport at the moment to get through myself . Thank you all again for your support
Help Find Amy's photo.Last edited: 2015-11-09 12:38:42 by #stoppettheft
thank you wasnt sure how to put her back on as her original post was pages back, just in case someone finds her and doesnt go back far enough xx
Red Alert
Duplicate page - 68725. Have bumped the original page on Red Alert
DogLostJayne - Admin & Regional Co-ordinator - Wales
Alerts sent to helpers in ML1,2,4,7.
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