Missing Jack Russell dog returned to owner

Missing Jack Russell dog returned to owner

Missing Jack Russell dog returned to owner

First published in News St Albans & Harpenden Review: Photograph of the Author by , Senior Reporter

A missing Jack Russell dog has been returned to its owner in St Albans.

The male dog, which is two and half years old, was found a day after it was reported he had been stolen from a garden shed in Dellfield on Wednesday, March 5.

He was found after a woman recognised similarities in a photograph of a dog featured on a LostDog website, which looks to reunite lost pooches with their owners.

Yesterday The St Albans & Harpenden Review reported that St Albans business 123 Floors, in London Road, was offering a £1,000 reward for the safe return of the Jack Russell.

The business said this offer is now "non applicable" because they made the offer of a reward a week after the dog had been found.

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1:28pm Thu 13 Mar 14

67e425f3@opayq.com says...

I'm sad this dog has been returned to its owners and, like many people on Facebook, am amazed that the dog's disappearance was the headline and not the mistreatment he had clearly suffered. He was locked in a shed overnight - the whole night - at a time when it was still very cold at night. Presumably the owners think this is an acceptable way to treat a 'beloved' pet but it is clear from the comments on the police report of this 'theft' that others do not. I only hope the RSPCA see fit to check on this poor dog & remove it if the owners continue such abuse & neglect. Some people do not deserve the love & loyalty of a dog.
I'm sad this dog has been returned to its owners and, like many people on Facebook, am amazed that the dog's disappearance was the headline and not the mistreatment he had clearly suffered. He was locked in a shed overnight - the whole night - at a time when it was still very cold at night. Presumably the owners think this is an acceptable way to treat a 'beloved' pet but it is clear from the comments on the police report of this 'theft' that others do not. I only hope the RSPCA see fit to check on this poor dog & remove it if the owners continue such abuse & neglect. Some people do not deserve the love & loyalty of a dog. 67e425f3@opayq.com
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