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by Poundies In Need category: Community
Poppy went missing on Friday 7th February 2014 at approximately 3pm from Dunsyston Forest Walk, next to Roughrigg Reservoir, near Salsburgh in North Lanarkshire, Scotland.
Poppy is a Lurcher, but resembles a small greyhound. She is charcoal grey in colour with a greying muzzle and has a white tip on her tail.
She is approximately 7/8 years of age. She is microchipped, spayed and her 2 front dew claws have been removed. At the time she went missing she was wearing a brown leather lurcher collar, her tag had fallen off the previous week.
Poppy and Ollie, (our other dog), went into the trees, 2 minutes later Ollie came back. WE NEVER SAW POPPY AGAIN.
She may have chased a fox, rabbit or deer. I heard no sound and saw nothing. I was still at the walk 3 hours later, shouting her name and running about asking people if they had seen her. My husband came straight from work and he was still there at 9.30pm at night. I went home as we don't live that far from the walk, just in case she had managed to make her way home.
Poppy may have made her way out on to Stepends Road, near Easter Moffat Golf Course or The Glasgow and Edinburgh Road (B7066). She may have been picked up on these roads by someone thinking she was a stray. We have checked verges as best we can, put posters up, had 2 newspaper appeals and shared on as many social media groups we can think of.
Poppy may be taken to be used in hunting and may possibility been taken out of the area she went missing in.
She is a much loved, and much missed family pet. We just need to find out where she is, what happened to her, we are living in a nightmare, the 'not knowing' is the most difficult part.
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