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  1. Skye has informed us that she will be spending her reward money on gravy bones and pigs ears Keeping our fingers and paws crossed that Jess is reunited with her family soon
  2. Thanks, if only the daft mutt had barked One of our other dogs found her, and when my husband went over there was a manhole covered over with bracken that no one had seen. My husband looked in expecting to see the worst and there she was looking up at him. She seems absolutely fine, raced upstairs to bed before but has reappeared downstairs now the take away has arrivrd Will get her checked out at the vets tomorrow but apart from being hungry she's fine. What a relief. Just hope that Jess the missing Springer from Newton is found soon
  3. Thanks everybody, please keep spreading the word This is Jennys facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/#!/home.php?sk=group_172547289430219&ap=1
  4. Thank you. Any publicity would be most welcome. I have also emailed the Guardian
  5. Our lovely Springer Spaniel Jenny went missing on fields near the old Burtonwood Airbase on Tuesday afternoon. We have searched constantly for her since then and even slept in the car there on Tuesday evening in case she came back. Despite searching the area putting up posters and contacting dog wardens, rescues, police, vets and kennels there have been no sightings of Jenny at all. Jenny is a very timid dog and unlikely to approach strangers. She has no collar but is microchiped. We are desperately worried about her and are hoping that someone has picked her up and decided to keep her because she is a lovely dog but she is a member of our family and we need her to come back home to us. Worryingly another Springer Spaniel called Jess disappeared from Newton le Willows last week and hasn't been seen either so it is a possibility that these dogs have been targeted as both are young females who haven't been spayed. Her details and our contact information are here http://www.doglost.co.uk/dog_blog.php?dogId=26393
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