Lurcher found in Brownhills – let’s get him home

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Image from LostDogBlog.

An appeal reaches me via Facebook from Pool House Veterinary Hospital via Kathryn Reynolds –  a lurcher dog was found in Brownhills yesterday (Saturday, 13th February 2016) and it would be nice if we could reunite him with his owners.

Sadly, the dog isn’t chipped and we have no photo.

Pool House had this to say:

Found.

Lurcher cross male dog was found in Brownhills yesterday evening. He was wearing a blue coat so we think he must have a owner. Without a collar or microchip he we cannot contact his owners and later today he will be collected by the dog warden.

Please contact the practice for more information.

You can call Pool House Veterinary Hospital in Fosseway Lane, between Wall and Lichfield, on 01543 262464, or check out their Facebook page here.

Cheers to Kathryn for letting me know. Let’s hope Mr. Lurcher finds his owners soon!

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One Response to Lurcher found in Brownhills – let’s get him home

  1. Ade Reid says:

    Please folks always get your dog chipped.Costs about 15 quid on average.Small price to pay for the loss of a loved one and companion..Hope he gets home soon.

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