Updated Sunday 4th January 2015 12:50am: Lee Chapman posted on Facebook:
The dog is now back safely with its owner.
She had escaped from a local farm.
Thank you for all of the help, comments and shares to make this happen. Never underestimate the power of social media
An urgent appeal reaches me via Facebook from Lee Chapman, who’s today (Saturday, 3rd January 2015) found a Collie dog near Brownhills Common on the A5.
He posted the following:
** URGENT ** I have just found a long haired tri-coloured Border Collie on the A5 between the Crown Island (pub) and the Watling Street School.
I picked her up and it’s now at my house being looked after. it looks as though it’s been missing a while and had is pretty skinny. If you know who this may belong too please get in touch.
Lee added later:
He’s doing a lot better now, she’s stopped shaking and has finally eaten and taken on water, she’s very affectionate too bless her.
K9 Search have the following listed as an appeal to find her owners:
FOUND in Brownhills WS8 on 03.01.15
Border Collie, Female, Tri colour. Long coat.
Not yet scanned. No visible ID.
CONTACT K9 Search UK on 07988 433187 or email
If this is your dog, or you know the owners, please contact K9 search on the number above, or mail me: BrownhillsBob at Googlemail dot com and I’ll pass the information on.
Cheers to Lee for doing such a warm hearted and kind deed in taking the poor dog in. Let’s hope she’s reunited with her owners soon.