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Foxhound Arthur goes missing from Knipton home

Dogs Trust Loughborough is desperately appealing for help in finding a Foxhound called Arthur, missing in the Belvoir area after escaping from his home in Knipton.

Arthur, who was rehomed from Dogs Trust Loughborough in January, is white and tan with a small scar on his side. The five-year-old went missing on Thursday (June 7) evening and although there have been potential sightings he has still not been reunited with his owners.

Celine Di Crocco, Dogs Trust Loughborough Manager, said: “We’re appealing for anyone who has any information about the whereabouts of Arthur to get in touch. He is a lovely, friendly boy and is likely to approach people. We urge anyone who spots him to call immediately and not to approach him as he could be scared in unfamiliar surroundings. Arthur is neutered and microchipped.”

If anyone has any information about the whereabouts of Arthur call 07473 654745 or Dogs Trust Loughborough on 01509 880 070.


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