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Try phoning the council, I found a lost dog and after taking the dog to the police station, they told me to phone the council(this was after office hours) and they had a call from the owner, after a few identity checks I took the dog to the owner's address. (It was only a few roads away).

Worth a try good luck.

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Sorry to hear she isn`t home yet. Try and put her details and a picture on www.doglost.co.uk asap. The rescue I work closely with have been out for the last 3 days in Greenhithe trying to find a dog that was sighted a week ago. He was finally caught last night and was thankfully chipped. He has been reunited with his family today, a month after he disappeared from CR4. He was also neutered and we believe he may have been stolen and then dumped as he couldn`t of been used for breeding. The dog wardens normally also check doglost when they have new dogs arrive in the pound. It means there are also more people aware that your dog is missing. Good luck with finding her.


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