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Published yesterday afternoon

One of our dogs has gone missing from Chapel End where she was on a day visit. She is called Valerie and is a very shy West Highland White Terrier. She has recently been speyed and has a scar on her tummy. She is wearing a red collar.

If anyone sees her or can get close enough to pick her up, could you contact Santosha Boarding Kennels on 01270 811314. Thank you.

Update this afternoon — 2nd October

Valerie has been found — a kind person took her in overnight and she has been re-united today with her carers. Thank you everyone who looked and especially the people who took her into the warm overnight.

 

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