The advantages of microchipping your dog

by Leanne Thompson on July 8, 2012

To any dog owner, the possibility of losing your precious pet is a nightmare scenario. As a part of the family, the last thing you want to consider is that they might go missing. However, in the event that the worst does happen, microchipped pets have (more…)

Rescue dog escapes death after 14 days trapped on fence

by Mark James on July 4, 2012

JoJo, a spaniel dog, has left many people shell-shocked after she cheated death following a terrible ordeal last month. The rescue dog is only six years old but her bravery surpassed all expectations when she was found alive and (more…)

Dog and owner reunite after many years apart

by Vivien Richardson on May 31, 2012

It is the kind of story you very rarely hear but Jean Muslun from the Ramsgate area is bouncing with joy after being reunited with her pet dog Libby.

The incident has (more…)

Trapped Jack Russell reunited with owners

by Leanne Thompson on May 28, 2012

A Jack Russell named Buster was left shocked over a week ago when he fell down a badger hole.

The gruelling experience lasted a week, meaning the (more…)

What to do if your dog’s doggone

by Darren Jamieson on August 8, 2011

Some breeds of dog are real homebirds. There’s nothing they like more than to curl up at your feet in front of the TV and doze. They always like to be by your side, and probably fret a little when you leave for work, and get over-excited when you return. There is another type of pooch, however; one whose curiosity or urge to run gets the better of him – and is therefore liable to go missing.

It may be that he’s like a Labrador – lovable but a little dim, and liable to lose his way. Alternatively, he may be a sighthound, like a whippet, whose prey drive takes over when confronted by a smaller animal. Either way, your dog will usually come back to you, but we all live in fear of the time that he doesn’t.

If your pooch disappears, it’s important to remain calm and act appropriately. If you’re out walking (more…)

Lost Staffordshire Bull Terrier in Oxfordshire

by Darren Jamieson on August 5, 2010

Lost Staffordshire Bull Terrier

We received an email this week from Lyndsey from Oxfordshire, who is looking for her lost dog. Here is what Lyndsey said – maybe you could help her?

My dog went missing on 25th March from Oxfordshire. We have had no sightings, no news, and after all this time we are certain someone has him and are trying to keep him.

He is about 20 months old, dark brindle, small bit of white fur on back right paw. He isn’t neutered and is very friendly. We believe he is microchipped, however there is a chance he isn’t.

He has a Facebook page which has over 3,000 members, lots of pics and contact information. He has been in the Oxford Mail (paid advertisement), and they have done a story on him, he was mentioned on the radio once, but no-one else will help us!!

We are desperate to get him back home, and are trying to advertise him everywhere possible.

He has been gone for so long! He’s on doglost, and just about all websites, and he has a crime reference with the Police.

If you can help, please contact Lyndsey on 07769 185 413.

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