Missing Border Terriers – update – reunited with owners safe and well

Updated June 12, 2013 Categories: stolen / missing / lost.

Luckily these puppies have been found.
They had been stolen and sold on but have now been recovered and re-united with their owners


On Wednesday evening our two Border Terrier puppies went missing; we believe they were stolen.

One puppy has a serious heart condition (pulmonary stenosis) and is on medication twice a day.

We are clearly very anxious to find him – and his brother – as quickly as possible, and are trying every medium to get maximum publicity.

So please do pass this message on.

The puppies are both dogs, five months old, and have been micro chipped.
They disappeared around 9pm on 5th June.
They were with their mother in our garden located next to Crawford Bridge, Spetisbury (DT11 9EB).
Normally they both come when called, but not on this occasion.
With much help from friends we have thoroughly searched the local area, but with no success – we must therefore assume they have been taken!
They are both wearing collars with our contact details.

We are offering a reward of £1,000+ for any information leading to their recovery.
Please contact us on 07952026063 or 01258857564 if you can help in any way.
Thank you.