Doodles lost in Hants

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Ianto!
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Re: Doodles lost in Hants

Post by Ianto! » 16 Jan 2014, 22:58

So sad to see that these two doodles are still missing. What must their family be going through...
If all vets routinely scanned new dogs brought to their surgeries, more might be identified - though I know that microchips can 'travel'.
Hoping that Barnie and Robbie are found safe and returned to their loving home -
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Re: Doodles lost in Hants

Post by Vincento » 17 Jan 2014, 20:56

I saw this mentioned in a magazine the other day being spear headed by Brucie and his family but my PC won't link it for some security reason......it's

vetsgetscanning.co.uk
there's also a petition to sign on there.


We really shouldn't have to do this it should be an automatic thing that the vets do as routine or maybe the receptionist could to match up as you book in ........so easy to put in place :roll: :? (maybe just maybe it might happen when we get compulsory chipping)
Vince doodle ...you will always find him in the kitchen at parties ......

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Re: Doodles lost in Hants

Post by Ianto! » 17 Jan 2014, 22:09

This is so true. Our local rescue routinely scans for 'chips. Often, the owners don't want their 'pet' back - but, they rescued one Staffy from the pound (time up, due to be killed - could say 'euthanised' or 'pts' but basically, killed). They scanned him - and his owner was found!!! He was a long way from home and she'd notified all her local pounds, police, wardens, etc. She might have lost him and never known what had happened to him - but scanning his microchip reunited them.
Why do we micro-chip our beloved dogs when it is ignored? The Government just want it to be able to identify owners for their own purposes. We want it to protect our dogs...

Anne & Ianto x

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Re: Doodles lost in Hants

Post by Pollydoodle » 20 Jan 2014, 00:45

Ianto! wrote:The Government just want it to be able to identify owners for their own purposes. We want it to protect our dogs...

Anne & Ianto x
hear hear.

and bumping these LOST DOODS -

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Re: Doodles lost in Hants

Post by linny » 22 Jan 2014, 12:21

Bumping up :( :(

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Re: Doodles lost in Hants

Post by Ianto! » 22 Jan 2014, 19:34

Thanks linny - though I couldn't help hoping that these two poor boys had been found.... :cry:
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Re: Doodles lost in Hants

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Re: Doodles lost in Hants

Post by linny » 08 Feb 2014, 14:23

Thanks for bumping ......:( :( :( Thought they might have been found by now....they have to be somewhere .......keep your eyes and ears open foks ...... if they have been taken and sold the chances are they are not together so look very closely at any new choccie doods that might appear in your area.

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Re: Doodles lost in Hants

Post by linny » 24 Feb 2014, 20:48

Just bumping up.....still missing :( :( :(

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Re: Doodles lost in Hants

Post by swardie » 24 Feb 2014, 20:56

This must be heartbreaking for their owner! I noticed earlier that there was a post about vets not checking microchips of new dogs. Maybe it's not common practice, but my vet did on Dexter's first visit.

Keeping everything crossed that they're found soon . They look gorgeous!!

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Re: Doodles lost in Hants

Post by Ianto! » 24 Feb 2014, 21:01

Poor dogs, poor family! Whenever this thread comes up I look to see if they have been found... praying it will be good news next time :cry:
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Re: Doodles lost in Hants

Post by linny » 24 Feb 2014, 21:11

I think these dogs have been stolen..... no sightings..... no bodies, so someone must have them. :evil:
The heartbreak this must have caused :(
Lets keep bumping up so that new members are aware..... and keep looking folks

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Re: Doodles lost in Hants

Post by Pollydoodle » 03 Mar 2014, 01:08

Seen any new adult doodles in your area ?? :shock:


Pollydoodle wrote:BUMP ! :shock:

WHERE ARE THESE DOODLES ??!



Barnie
http://www.doglost.co.uk/dog-blog.php?dogId=60715#

and

Robbie
http://www.doglost.co.uk/dog-blog.php?dogId=60714
Bid don't suppose the owners have photos of when they were clipped short for comparison ( if they were ever clipped ) Be good to have these photos posted.

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Re: Doodles lost in Hants

Post by Pollydoodle » 06 Mar 2014, 01:23

Bumping these boys up before I head to bed.

Hope they are warm, fed and well cared for even if they are not where they should be :?

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Re: Doodles lost in Hants

Post by campfaz18 » 06 Mar 2014, 17:58

Whenever this is bumped I hold out hope there is some good news about these boys. Atleast it keeps them in the fore front of everyone's mind and alerts new members that they are still missing.
Nat, Lynne and the boy Jacob


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