A dog reported as stolen from Perranporth in Cornwall has been reunited with her owner safe and well. Nine-year-old Lola - a Patterdale terrier - was unharmed and is now home after she was found by police in Essex. Devon and Cornwall Police launched an investigation and issued an appeal for help to find the pet.
A dog reported as stolen from a Cornish coastal town has been found 300 miles away in Essex. Devon and Cornwall Police launched an investigation and issued an appeal for help to find the pet after Lola the Patterdale terrier went missing from the Twarnhayle Square area of Perranporth.
Officers are hoping somebody will recognise the man and vehicles pictured Police have issued an appeal for witnesses following a reported dog theft around the Twarnhayle Square area of Perranporth. The incident happened around 1:30pm on Tuesday (June 8) involving a black-coloured Patterdale terrier. They have since released images of a man who they would like to speak to in relation to the incident.
Police have issued photos of a "distinctively dressed" man and two campervans, all of which may hold vital information about a dog theft this week. Devon and Cornwall police has issued a statement appealing for witnesses after a dog was reported to be stolen in Perranporth on Tuesday (June 8).
Leonard Greenough fined for selling puppies online without licence A Salisbury gardener who sold puppies online has been fined.Animal Protection Services, which brought a private prosecution against Leonard Greenough, said the “designer” dogs the 38-year-old sold on website Pets for Homes would have been worth around £16,700.
Fine for self-employed gardener who sold puppies on the web A GARDENER who sold puppies online has been fined.Animal Protection Services, which brought a private prosecution against Wiltshire man Leonard Greenough, said the “designer” dogs the 38-year-old sold on website Pets for Homes would have been worth around £16,700.
By Phil Coleman Chief Reporter MAGISTRATES have imposed a conditional discharge on a 58-year-old Wigton man whose dog injured somebody while it was "dangerously out of control."Frank Gate, of Highmoor Park, pleaded guilty to the offence when he appeared at Carlisle's Rickergate court.
A DOG OWNER has been warned that his pet will be destroyed if it is not kept under control after it injured another man.Frank Gate, 58, of Highmoor Park, Wigton, appeared at Carlisle Magistrates Court on May 5.He pleaded guilty to one charge of being out of control of his Patterdale Terrier, Alfie.
By Ted Peskett Trainee Reporter GNAAS and Patterdale Mountain Rescue were called out to rescue a man in the Swirral Edge area yesterday, photo: Patterdale MTR AN AIR ambulance crew and mountain rescue were called to rescue a man in the Swirral Edge area yesterday.The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) was called out at 4.20pm yesterday to help a 66-year-old male who had fallen in the Swirral Edge area.
Runshaw College wants to build a state-of-the-art new teaching block at its Leyland Campus, ready for the new T-Levels.Called the Buttermere Project, it is envisaged that the two-storey bloc would provide 12 new classrooms, and would be built adjacent to the Patterdale building, facing Langdale Road, to the west end of the campus.
A dog owner has issued a warning to others after his eight-year-old terrier was bitten by a snake on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.Robert Bartlett was walking along the path on Saturday when his rescue dog, named Jipsie, was bitten by an adder.Mr Bartlett had to rush the dog to the vets following the encounter and although their condition has improved, the terrier must now take three kinds of medication for the next 15 days.
The rescue dog's leg started to swell up within minutes A dog owner has issued a warning to others after his terrier was bitten by a snake on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.Keen walker Robert Bartlett rushed his Patterdale terrior to the vets following the encounter with an adder on Saturday.
Owner of dog that attacked Freddie the Seal not responsible for act of 'deliberate cruelty', says RSPCA
The RSPCA confirmed on Wednesday it would not be taking the case any further, amid an ongoing police investigation The owner of the dog that attacked Freddie is not responsible for an act of "deliberate cruelty", the RSPCA has said.
A'myrikal Hull was bitten on the head by the dog a female pocket bully, in Springfield, Illinois in the US.She was taken to hospital where she was pronounced dead A toddler was tragically killed by a dog after getting too close to its food bowl.
He went missing behind Ramshaw Rocks on the Roaches near Leek, Staffordshire on Thursday, February 11 at 1pm A distraught family are seeking help from the public to find their missing dog.
New fire-fighter recruits join fire-fighter team Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service has gained five new recruits.The number of recruits at Patterdale Fire Station has doubled from five to ten as a result of the new recruits joining them.
Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team edges closer to £1m to help injured colleague Chris Lewis MOUNTAIN rescuers are getting closer to their £1million target to help an injured colleague.
had not been seen since being taken during house burglary A pet dog stolen during a burglary last year has been reunited with her owner after being spotted by an eagle-eyed police officer.
THE county saw 65 per cent of its expected rainfall for the month in just 24 hours.Cumbria saw and wind on Tuesday and Wednesday, leading to flood risk in some areas.
A WOMAN has decided to run a marathon for a mountain rescue team after one of its volunteers sustained life-altering injuries during a mission.