Appeal to find lost dog

PUBLISHED: 12:01 26 November 2013 | UPDATED: 12:01 26 November 2013

Labradoodle Daisy, who has been missing since disappearing at Otter Ledge on November 13.

Labradoodle Daisy, who has been missing since disappearing at Otter Ledge on November 13.

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An East Budleigh family is making desperate appeals for help to find their beloved dog.

Labradoodle Daisy has been missing since November 13, when she disappeared while being walked at Otter Ledge.

Owner Ali Colledge and her two teenage children have been searching ever since, with Ali often going out three times a day to look for her, and her children making appeals through social media, but so far there has been no sign.

Ali has now injured her knee while out looking, making further searching difficult, and so the family are now appealing to the community for help.

They feel Daisy will have been able to catch food and find shelter, but as the weather becomes increasingly unpredictable concerns for her continued wellbeing are mounting.

Daisy is the height of a Labrador with the curly black coat of a Poodle, and was last seen wearing her red collar. She is chipped, so identification will be easy.

If you have any information, call the council dog warden on 01395 571517, or Ali on 07984 428074.


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