The hunt continues for missing pet Labradoodle Daisy. The dog went missing while being walked in mid-November. The much-missed pet was spotted in Budleigh Salterton several times over the weekend.

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The owners of a dog who went missing while on a walk remain hopeful of being reunited with their pet after several sightings in Budleigh Salterton.

Black Labradoodle Daisy was on Sunday spotted four times in the town, in the same small area.

The much-loved pet, - missing since mid-November while on a walk- has been seen wandering between Little Knowle, The Green, Moore Lane and St. Peter’s Church.

Owner Ali Colledge and her teenage children, from East Budleigh, are concentrating their search in and around the town and The Green.

Family friend Jennie Marshall thanked all who had volunteered to help search.

She said: “At least two people have been able to approach Daisy with food and she does seem willing and hungry, but unfortunately after four weeks away from home she is now exceptionally nervous and has barked and run away.

“According to the charity Doglost this is very normal behaviour at this stage.

“They advise if anyone sees Daisy that the best thing to do is watch her and call her owner Ali, or me.

“If she’s on the move and it’s possible to follow her cautiously and you have the time, please do so. It is essential to learn if she is creating any patterns so that we may be able to work out where she may be seen next.

“At the moment we are always at the sighting points after she has been seen but now that we have consistent sightings which are linking up, it may well be possible to get to her next habitual destination before she does and be waiting there.

“We can also lay food down for her at these places and encourage her familiarity with the area so she doesn’t travel further away.

“Doglost have volunteers in the area and family and friends are out at all hours all at once and in shifts, but we can’t be everywhere and still need help.

“Dawn and dusk are the most likely times for Daisy to be wandering but she was seen in broad daylight last Sunday.”

If you spot Daisy, call Ali on 07984428074 or 01395 443274, or Jennie on 01395 442445 or 07970444163.

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