The owner of a Lakeland Terrier which has been missing since Monday is appealing for help finding it.
Louise Stone’s terrier “Billy” went missing from her parent’s home in Gelston near Hough-on-the-Hill on Monday afternoon (Feb 25) and hasn’t been seen since.
Louise said: “He was let outside and just vanished. He has disappeared for about an hour before but he has been away for two nights now and it’s just not like him - he likes his nice warm bed.”
Louise put an appeal on the Journal’s Facebook page earlier in the week.
She said: “People have been very supportive on the Journal Facebook page . The support has been brilliant.
“We’ve had people searching the surrounding areas but there has been no site of him.”
Billy is micro-chipped and wearing a light green and brown collar.
Louise said: “My partner and I are devastated and just want to know what’s happened to him. He is such a little character and everyone we know loves him and all his little habits!
“He is a friendly little dog and would go to anyone so we just hope someone one nice and kind has picked him up and will return him.”
If you have any information then call Louise on 07860754341 or her parents on 01400 250538.