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Molly Mo
9th September 2008, 09:42 PM
My parents informed me this evening that a tri colour cavalier has been stolen from outside a shop in Harrogate on Saturday 6th Sept, she gave me the owners number, I contacted him and he is so upset, the cavalier is called Dolly and is 9years old, she is on medication for her heart and she has a distinctive red line on her nose. I said to him about the cavalier website, he has already been in touch, there will be a picture on tomorrow of Dolly. There are posters everywhere in Harrogate, he has contacted the local radio stations, vets, schools etc, I just wondered if anyone else had any suggestions for this poor family who are so worried. Many thanks
Sarah

inca
9th September 2008, 09:45 PM
would it be ok to cross post this so more people get to see ? if any one has any info who do they contact you ?

Molly Mo
9th September 2008, 09:50 PM
Yea that is a good idea, Im quite new to this, what do I need to do? You can contact me, Im sure Martyn Dolly's owner will be more than happy to be contacted. He is out at the moment looking for her, i have informed him I have put this on the site and he is going to register to this site when he gets home, Thanks so much for your quick response, Sarah

*Pauline*
9th September 2008, 09:56 PM
Maybe this dog will end up in the pound. Can you call them too? Is she chipped and does she have a tag?

Molly Mo
9th September 2008, 10:01 PM
Hi Pauline, thanks for your repsonse but im not sure what the pound is?????? Would you inform me on what I need to do and who to call? Many thanks Sarah

Elaine 2
9th September 2008, 10:50 PM
Also tell him to phone the dog warden Sarah, his local council will have the phone no :thmbsup:

*Pauline*
9th September 2008, 11:07 PM
Hi Pauline, thanks for your response but I'm not sure what the pound is?????? Would you inform me on what I need to do and who to call? Many thanks Sarah

The dog pound is where they take any stray dogs. You never know, a kid could have untied the dog assuming it had been abandoned.

I'd call the police too. I took a stray dog home once, called the police who told me to ring the RSPCA or someone like that. But I soon got a call from the police saying the owner had called them. I took the dog back to them.

Molly Mo
9th September 2008, 11:16 PM
Thanks Pauline, I will pass that on, I know they have informed the police, thanks for your support, Sarah

Molly Mo
9th September 2008, 11:19 PM
Also tell him to phone the dog warden Sarah, his local council will have the phone no :thmbsup:

Thanks Elaine I will pass on the info to Dolly's owner, Sarah:o

Cleo's Person
9th September 2008, 11:23 PM
I hope he finds her, the poor pet must be beside herself, as her owner clearly is.

Molly Mo
10th September 2008, 06:43 PM
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would it be ok to cross post this so more people get to see ? if any one has any info who do they contact you ?

Hi could you let me know how I cross post this so more people get to see the original message? Many thanks Sarah

Karlin
10th September 2008, 06:58 PM
I think this is actually a blenheim, not a tricolour. The owner has joined so may have a picture to upload but think I saw this dog pictured eslewhere as a blenheim.

Crossposting just means do people here have permission to themselves post this information elsewhere?

The owners should put up posters offering a 'large reward' (but don't specifiy an amount) all over the area. Make sure people know the dog's AGE on the poster too as often a female would have been stolen to be used for breeding. POsters all over the area, talking to neighbour kids etc is a good way to get word out.

satanskull
10th September 2008, 07:00 PM
Thank you Sarah, I am now registered, my email address is telfords@btclick.com, 07748155813. I am dropping in some posters into the sorting office as nearly everyone gets post, and Dolly hates the postman!, getting a good write up in the local weekly paper on Friday and we have been on local Radio bulletins. There are pictures going to press of Dolly and pictures from cctv of the thief(and her 5/6 year old daughter-nice example?). Any further suggestions welcome, Thank you. Martyn, Jacqui and Nina (4.5yrs)

Cathy T
10th September 2008, 07:35 PM
Hoping you find your girl!!!

Alison_Leighfield
10th September 2008, 07:40 PM
also inform the vets in the area...many times people take a dog to their nearest vet if they find it straying, even put the word out at local dog clubs in the area, groomers, pet shops etc...

Alison.

Shelli
10th September 2008, 08:16 PM
I hope you find Dolly safe and sound :xfngr::xfngr:

JudyG
10th September 2008, 08:35 PM
:xfngr::xfngr: Judy x

Molly Mo
10th September 2008, 08:45 PM
Thank you Sarah, I am now registered, my email address is telfords@btclick.com, 07748155813. I am dropping in some posters into the sorting office as nearly everyone gets post, and Dolly hates the postman!, getting a good write up in the local weekly paper on Friday and we have been on local Radio bulletins. There are pictures going to press of Dolly and pictures from cctv of the thief(and her 5/6 year old daughter-nice example?). Any further suggestions welcome, Thank you. Martyn, Jacqui and Nina (4.5yrs)
Hi Martyn
Welcome, any news? I phoned my mum tonight to see if she had heard anything, Is Dolly a tri or Bleniem? My mum said Tri???? she has maybe got it wrong, I hope you and your family are ok, if there is anything I can do please just ask. I have been checking this site all day for you, keep me posted. take care, Sarah

Molly Mo
10th September 2008, 08:47 PM
Hi Martyn
Welcome, any news? I phoned my mum tonight to see if she had heard anything, Is Dolly a tri or Bleniem? My mum said Tri???? she has maybe got it wrong, I hope you and your family are ok, if there is anything I can do please just ask. I have been checking this site all day for you, keep me posted. take care, Sarah
My spelling is not too good!:(

Molly Mo
10th September 2008, 08:54 PM
I think this is actually a blenheim, not a tricolour. The owner has joined so may have a picture to upload but think I saw this dog pictured eslewhere as a blenheim.

Crossposting just means do people here have permission to themselves post this information elsewhere?

The owners should put up posters offering a 'large reward' (but don't specifiy an amount) all over the area. Make sure people know the dog's AGE on the poster too as often a female would have been stolen to be used for breeding. POsters all over the area, talking to neighbour kids etc is a good way to get word out.

Hi Yes Dolly is a Blenheim, my mum got it wrong, thanks for your advice, lets keep our fingers crossed they find her, many thanks, Sarah

inca
10th September 2008, 09:51 PM
please keep us updated on any news

prayers are with you

brotymo
11th September 2008, 01:01 AM
am I understanding right that the theft was captured on closed circuit TV? if so, that is great, and hopefully someone will recognize the scum and call in a tip.

Cleo's Person
11th September 2008, 10:49 AM
icon_welcome to the board martyn and family. I'm so sorry we are getting to know you under these circumstances.
It's wonderful that you were able to get a picture of the thief on CCTV. Hopefully once that gets circulated someone will recognise her and you'll get a call. I also think if you can spread the word in the local primary schools that might be a good idea. Children can be great at ensuring that an issue is kept alive and would keep a keen eye out for you.