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> Missing From Esher Surrey, JRT X Rough/Curly coated Fox Terrier
barnesnorris
post 9th Nov 2011, 7:48 pm
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Hi there. If anyone can keep their ears and eyes open. This dog disappeared from Esher Common Woods on Monday 7th. He is my brother's dog.

He is about Fox Terrier size with a tight curly coat and is a JRT X


His family are desolate and have been relentlessly hunting for him.

If anyone has any leads please PM me. Thank you.

Sam





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post 11th Nov 2011, 12:57 pm
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sad.gif Oh Sam,
I hope he is found safe soon. Hope you and yours are ok, keep us posted, love Liz x
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post 11th Nov 2011, 2:38 pm
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Sorry this little one is missing. Has your brother put posters up, left posters with all local vets, post office sorting office, rescues, pound etc?

Another thing about terriers is they have a tendency to follow rabbits down holes so would be worth checking any you can find. They do often get themselves out when they've been without food for a few days and lost weight so keep going back to see if he's appeared.

Good luck. Hope he's found soon.

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post 11th Nov 2011, 5:02 pm
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Hi Liz and Chris. He is sadly still missing sad.gif

They have postered everywhere. We have been in the woods and spoken to dozens of dog walkers. All vets notified, the dog warden has been brilliant and is on the case. Local rescues alerted. Local shops and businesses also displaying posters. People have been very kind.

He is too big for rabbit holes on the whole - though is inclined worryingly to go after badgers. There are only a couple of sets in these particular woods and they have checked them out for fresh activity.

We have all been searching - my brother's not been to work this week and has spent all day on a bike in the woods and surrounding areas. There are some big posh gated houses next to the woods and we wondered if he's got into their gardens - he'll scale a 6ft fence when chasing but may have more trouble getting back - that is being followed up today.

I will post a photo of him on here as he is not a classic JRT X - he is a well built dog and taller than your average parson JRT.

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post 11th Nov 2011, 5:23 pm
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Here he is. The second one makes him look short - he is quite leggy. He may no longer be white as a bit of a digger.

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post 11th Nov 2011, 10:39 pm
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Looks more Wire fox terrier to me and it may be worth describing him as that or cross of it when phoning round. Also going to look yourselves at pounds etc as many have different ideas of descriptions. I know of a number of people who've rung pounds and been told no dog of the description has been handed in, only to find them there when going to check for themselves.

Hope he turns up soon.

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post 13th Nov 2011, 2:18 pm
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We have just had an odd phone call from a man in Esher Common Woods - he says he has found a mobile phone and ours was the last number dialled. It seems they have my Brother's phone. My Brother is there because there have been two sightings of his dog this morning. First time since Monday.

I am now praying hard. It seems he is more or less where he was last seen.



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post 13th Nov 2011, 2:38 pm
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How bizarre...Do hope he is found safe...keeping everything crossed for you x
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post 13th Nov 2011, 5:16 pm
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Everything crossed here for a quick home-coming. If your brother doesn't find him today, tell him to leave something of his somewhere safe in the area so that the dog stays around, or even to pee in the area as the dog will recognise his owner from that.

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post 13th Nov 2011, 6:04 pm
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Sadly no joy sad.gif

Thanks Chris, we have all pee'd in the woods several times - particularly my brother who has been there so long he has had no choice. I will tell him to take something with his scent on it. Sam x

p.s. two different terriers sighted - a larger one - filthy dirty (sounds very likely) and a smaller one - black and white... so sad

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post 18th Nov 2011, 5:57 pm
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Has this little been found yet Sam unsure.gif x
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post 20th Nov 2011, 8:28 am
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No, poor Alfie is still missing. No more sightings.

We are all still looking and hoping. Thank you.
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post 20th Nov 2011, 11:04 am
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Oh I am so sorry sad.gif you must all be worried sick.
Praying he finds his way home to you xx
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post 30th Nov 2011, 6:40 am
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No sign of Alfie sad.gif
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post 30th Nov 2011, 7:50 am
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So sorry he's not back yet. Have you asked the local radio stations or local papers to put appeals out? I know the ones in my area are very helpful with things like this.

Chris
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