Lost Dog Terrier from Shirecliffe Sheffield South Yorkshire S5

This lost Terrier Dog was last seen around Shirecliffe Sheffield South Yorkshire S5

Bedlington Terrier. He was lost wearing a brown studded collar. He had fairly long fur upon going missing - may be mattered now. fairly small wider snout to other bedlingtons due to being the runt. very playful upon going missing. Limps slightly (due to the car accident), has hayfever ? (used to sneeze during spring time, may be common). He is lovely a cuddly and his unfortunate injuries were caused by unfortunate car accident upon previous running away when window clean left the gate open! Grrr. His sore behind is due to a Rectum prolapse I was told, caused by elderly age, although not common! Upon going missing it was only itchy at the time, as I had arranged to take him to the vet the day after he went missing so he missed his appointment! Please help find my baby. !!

Sore behind (Age) , part of ear missing and sore back both from car accident - Had an opperation. Beige patch on back fairly dark patch. Grey-blue.

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Missing since07 Nov 2015
Dominant colourGrey
Approx age15
Pet Listing ID73934

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