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I live close to the Herries Road end of Wordsworth Avenue and a big dog is in my garden that looks as though it's got loose. It has a big red collar. I know nothing about dogs, so can't tell you what type it is, but it is a similar shape to a staffy, but bigger. It looks as if it is different shades of brown with white patches. It's quite a big dog.

 

I'm trying to get a better look but I'm scaring him so I'm not sure I'll be able to get a pic or anything.

 

If anyone is missing a dog, please let me know by pm.

 

Ta.

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Is he trapped in your garden? If he's still there in the morning, it's the dog warden you need to notify. Unfortunately they don't work at this time of night

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Thanks Strix. No, he is just running up and down it, but he can easily get into other gardens. I doubt he'll still be there in the morning, or possibly in half an hour, but if anyone is looking it might give them a starting point.

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Could be - he looked darker than that but then it was pitch black ;) It looks like the sort of dog he was to be sure.

 

Unfortunately he had gone this morning. I'm going to put some food out though as it seemed as though that's what he was after last night - he jumped over my gate onto my decking which is what made me look outside. I often put my cats' food out there, so he could probably smell it. So he may come back later if he's still loose.

 

I'll post later if he shows up.

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