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Ingoldsby spaniel Jack missing for five days




Cocker spaniel Jack has been found.
Cocker spaniel Jack has been found.

A plea has been made to find a black and white male cocker spaniel called Jack which has been missing from Ingoldsby for five days.

Jack is a four-year-old rescue dog and had only been with his new owners for a day before going missing on Saturday (June 27).

He is said to be very timid and does not know the area. He was wearing a brown collar but no tag. The dog warden has been informed and several local vets.

Nicola Kebbell, of Spaniel Aid, said: “Jack was rehomed to a couple from Ingoldsby on Friday, June 26. Despite requests for updates via telephone and email nothing was heard until July 2 when we were informed that Jack had gone missing from the garden on June 27 at 9am. Obviously, all at Spaniel Aid are very distressed by his loss and are working hard to find him. This has not been helped by the fact that five nights passed before anyone started looking.

“We have had reported today however two sightings in the same area, at the roundabout junction of the A52 and A15, one on Sunday and one on Tuesday. We hope to have him found soon at which point he will return to the rescue and not to his current owners.”

If anybody has seen Jack or knows where he is they are asked to call 01295 780369 or 07775 525868. There is also a Facebook page where you can report sightings and post messages.



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