Monday, January 20, 2014
The owner of missing Labradoodle, Daisy, hopes new posters will help bring her much-loved pet home.
New leaflets raising awareness of a missing dog have this week been put up around Budleigh Salterton.
Black labradoodle Daisy went missing in mid-November while on a walk at Otter ledge with her owner, Ali Colledge, from East Budleigh.
Ali hopes the new posters will help the community in its search for her missing pet.
Family friend Jennie Marshall said: “The leaflet drop in targeted areas has already been bearing fruit in that we have received a couple of calls from people notifying us of places where they are sure Daisy isn’t. It all helps us to determine where we need to continue our focus, so we are very grateful for every single call and the time people are giving to guide us.”
In recent weeks Daisy’s owner has sought the advice of dog experts and also psychic help in the quest to find her missing pet. The new poster gives a full description of missing Daisy, shows photographs of the curly-coated labradoodle and gives full details of what to do if the missing dog is spotted, or found. Owner Ali said sightings of Daisy dried up three weeks ago and she believes someone could have taken the dog in.
Jennie said: “We won’t give up until we find Daisy and will try every new idea that comes our way to keep her profile as high as we can. Please keep checking sheds, outbuildings and any other areas you feel it possible a wandering dog may be sheltering in.
If you spot a dog that looks like Daisy, call Ali on 07984 428074 or 01395 443274, or Jennie on 01395 442445 or 07970 444163. The council dog warden is on 01395 571517.