Lost Dog Pointer from Culcheth, Warrington Cheshire WA3
This lost Pointer Dog was last seen around Culcheth, Warrington Cheshire WA3
Reward Available for Safe Return
14 month old German Shorthaired Pointer, he has three large distinctive brown patches along his back and a full tail, his eyes a light greeny-hazel colour.
On the 7th of June 2017 he was spooked on the back fields of Culcheth neighbouring Crow Woods this resulted in him snapping his lead and pulling his tag off with it, however He is micro-chipped and we are determined to find him.
Any sighting or any possible information on how we can get our little boy back will be accepted with much gratitude.
So far we have had 6 alleged sightings in the area:
7/6/2017: Spotted by a young school girl on her way home from Culcheth High School, running around Culcheth Hall Drive.
7/6/2017: He was spotted by two school boys on their way home from Culcheth High School, sat infront of a house along Culcheth Hall Drive.
7/6/2017: Spotted infront of The Spice Lounge by a young schoolgirl on her way home near Shaw Street.
8/6/2017: Spotted by a local man walking his dog on the fields that connect Culcheth to Holcroft Lane on the way to Glazebrook... he was heading toward the white gates of "Frank's Farm"... the farmer has been alerted and is on look out.
8/6/2017: He was spotted on the back fields of the Raven running "frantically" by a local dog walker... these fields run up to Glazebrook and run adjacent to "Franks Farm"... all it would take is for him to have crossed the road on Holcroft Lane.
9/6/2017: No sightings to date.
Light greeny-hazel eyes, full tail and three large brown patches along his back and brown head. Similar height and body markings of a dalmatian (speckled/spotted fur) but brown (Liver).
|Missing since||07 Jun 2017|
|Approx age||14 Months|
|Pet Listing ID||82007|
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