Lost Dog Shih Tzu from Southport Merseyside
This lost Shih Tzu Dog was last seen around Southport Merseyside
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LOST DOG - Please share: Bailey, a 2 year old white gray and brown female shih tzu was lost at the Riverside Caravan Park sometime between friday night and saturday morning after she jumped off the caravan balcony. She's about 5 kilos.
She is a rescue so she's scared of people and would be hard to grab so if seen please approach her with patience and calmy, treats, specially bananas, may work as she's probably hungry but normally she doesn't take food from strangers.
She has a skin condition and so she's really itchy an scratches herself a lot and she needs to take her medication regularly to control this.
The two first pictures without a bow are the most recent, the two bow ones allow for you to see better her markings and face.
Please please please contact me on here or on 07415 663 286 if you've seen her or currently have her or know of anything at all. She is microchipped so you can hand her in to any vet or shelter also if that's easier for you but please any information at all will be appreciated. Please feel free to call or text or whatsapp or leave a message if I don't answer, whatever works best for you.
her face is really dark gray/black with a white beard, the rest of her body is gray brown and white with white paws and tails.
|Missing since||09 Sep 2016|
|Dominant colour||Black and White|
|Pet Listing ID||76816|
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