Do you know anyone who has lost a Tri colour or blue merle rough collie.......

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jules77 | 14:21 Sat 18th Jun 2011 | Pets
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Dumped today at Melverley Kennels, Bridgnorth/Shropshire area, a white van was seen leaving the scene, and the owner of the kennels believes this usually indicates gypsys who have stolen the dogs and have been unable to move them on.

Marty Burrell who runs Hillbrae Kennels, and used to work at a large rough collie breeder kennels, says the dogs are show quality but in a terrible condition.

The tri Male is around 7 years of age, the blue bitch is around 2 or 3 years of age.

For more information ring Marty on 01952 541254.


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I hope they recover. Poor things. No idea what they have been through. Have put the feelers out to my rough collie friends. Thanks jules.
Jules, have they been put on the 'found' section of doglost?
I hope these dogs do not have the collie wobbles. Sorry to make light of this, but do not know who owns this dogs. Would anyone be able to adopt them, I wonder?
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Yes I put them on Dog Lost yesterday.
it's awful what some people do to animals :( hope they make a full recovery and find their owners (if they were stolen) or a nice home if not xx
it makes me so mad when people don't have their dogs chipped!
it makes me mad too, it was the first thing i did when i had mine. apparently though they are bringing in a law that means you have to have them done and also having to have a liscense to have a dog (not sure how true it is, as have just heard it in passing) x
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They are both chipped, the male to an address in Eire...........not sure at the moment if these are the rightful owners or not.

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