Lost Dog Chihuahua from Durham County Durham DH1
This lost Chihuahua Dog was last seen around Durham County Durham DH1
The dog was in the football filed with me at around 21.15. He was playing/sniffing as he always does. i got distracted for some minutes by the noise on the streets. When I turned round to see the dog he was gone. I called for him and searched around the field. I walked towards the car park we crossed to get to the footbll field but no sign. i saw a couple in the distance at the end of the car park walking towards me so i walked over to ask if they had seen the dog. They told me that my dog was walking towards them but turned round and ran back towards to football field where I was searching for him. I walked back to the field again but could not find him. The couple and I continued to look for him for about 1h but no luck. After the couple left, I continued to look for him further afield while my daughter remained in the car park area. I left the field at 22.45 when it became too dark. I don't know if my dog was lost or stolen. He always comes back to my call and he would not go wondering around. He does not follow strangers or other dogs.
White circle around his nose
4 white paws and white tip on his tail
White marking on the right side of his neck (colar-like) but not on the left.
|Missing since||07 Jul 2018|
|Dominant colour||Ginger and White|
|Approx age||4 months|
|Pet Listing ID||87505|
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