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#420290 - 18th Jul 2010 4:17pm dog tied to a tree in Storeton woods
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does anyone recognise this lovely tri colour rough Collie tied to a tree in Storeton Woods on 9/10th July. extremely matted aged approx 7+


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#420294 - 18th Jul 2010 4:36pm Re: dog tied to a tree in Storeton woods [Re: Tilly]
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we need to find his owner to either, reunite them because he was stolen, or kick their arse for tying him to a tree and walking away from him. frown

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#420304 - 18th Jul 2010 5:19pm Re: dog tied to a tree in Storeton woods [Re: Tilly]
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That is disgusting. Some people are just so cruel.
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#420306 - 18th Jul 2010 5:23pm Re: dog tied to a tree in Storeton woods [Re: RUDEBOX]
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they obviously tied him up because, being a faithful companion and love unconditionally, he would of followed them. sad sad sad frown

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#420309 - 18th Jul 2010 5:30pm Re: dog tied to a tree in Storeton woods [Re: ]
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he is not chipped Summer and is in birkenhead dog pound.

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#420323 - 18th Jul 2010 7:31pm Re: dog tied to a tree in Storeton woods [Re: Tilly]
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Poor old man , I hope someone has lost him and claims him.

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#420453 - 19th Jul 2010 5:35pm Re: dog tied to a tree in Storeton woods [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: summer01
it looks like if he is tied to a tree then they have done this on purpose .probally they couldn t keep up the grooming of this poor lad so no fault of his own he is the one abamdoned .i think some law has to come into place here as owners are just getting rid of there pets like throwing out something close to you .i think its so sick and i don t know how they live with thereselves.isn t there a collie rescue anywhere.

he is up for re-homing now and someone from Northhants want to take him and a member of Doglost helper who lives in the wirral area also wants him smile
I thought this picture sums up what you have just said Summer.


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#420496 - 19th Jul 2010 8:00pm Re: dog tied to a tree in Storeton woods [Re: Tilly]
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#420633 - 20th Jul 2010 2:24pm Re: dog tied to a tree in Storeton woods [Re: ]
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this reminds me of a dog we had once some yrs ago, he was a sheltie, found on a building site, not very old, they traced his owners and they just said they ''didn't want him anymore!''
well his coat was so matted he had to have it all cut off, and when it was cut we found he had a coller on,it was matted into his coat and we did'nt know it was there!! i think he had been ill treated too,because he was a nervous wreck,and he was very nervous around men, he would growl and bark at them, one day i was taking my shoes off and he shot out of the room! he must of thought i was going to hit him!! i had him for abour 3yrs, in the end i had to have him put to sleep because he had been so ill treated then abandoned he got a bit agrresive towards people, but he was ok with me! i could do anything with him, but let a man come near or a paper coming through the door---he would take a chunk out of it! good job it wasn't their hand or the postman!!!
i hope this lovely feller gets a decent home,i would love him but i don't think my cat would be too pleased!!!

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#420717 - 20th Jul 2010 10:57pm Re: dog tied to a tree in Storeton woods [Re: chris7777]
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why dont people look into the breed of dog before they buy and find out about it. it might make people think twice before taking it on.hopefully this dog will go to a good owner who will take care of him properly and I hope the original owner gets his just desserts.
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#420725 - 20th Jul 2010 11:40pm Re: dog tied to a tree in Storeton woods [Re: chris7777]
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Originally Posted By: chris7777
this reminds me of a dog we had once some yrs ago, he was a sheltie, found on a building site, not very old, they traced his owners and they just said they ''didn't want him anymore!''
well his coat was so matted he had to have it all cut off, and when it was cut we found he had a coller on,it was matted into his coat and we did'nt know it was there!! i think he had been ill treated too,because he was a nervous wreck,and he was very nervous around men, he would growl and bark at them, one day i was taking my shoes off and he shot out of the room! he must of thought i was going to hit him!! i had him for abour 3yrs, in the end i had to have him put to sleep because he had been so ill treated then abandoned he got a bit agrresive towards people, but he was ok with me! i could do anything with him, but let a man come near or a paper coming through the door---he would take a chunk out of it! good job it wasn't their hand or the postman!!!
i hope this lovely feller gets a decent home,i would love him but i don't think my cat would be too pleased!!!


what a sad start for this poor dog frown but at least he found you and you gave him 3 years of love smile

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#420728 - 20th Jul 2010 11:43pm Re: dog tied to a tree in Storeton woods [Re: starakita]
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Originally Posted By: starakita
why dont people look into the breed of dog before they buy and find out about it. it might make people think twice before taking it on.hopefully this dog will go to a good owner who will take care of him properly and I hope the original owner gets his just desserts.

I don't understand some people either.
how anyone can have a dog for 7+ years and then just tie him to a tree and walk away is just beyond me. mad

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#420752 - 21st Jul 2010 8:05am Re: dog tied to a tree in Storeton woods [Re: Tilly]
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I agree, it is awful. The only saving grace is that anyone abandoning a dog there would be sure that it would be found within minutes. Still no excuse.

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#420771 - 21st Jul 2010 11:08am Re: dog tied to a tree in Storeton woods [Re: Tatey]
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Originally Posted By: Tatey
I agree, it is awful. The only saving grace is that anyone abandoning a dog there would be sure that it would be found within minutes. Still no excuse.


confused depending on what time of day/night he was dumped.


Edited by Tilly (21st Jul 2010 11:09am)

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#420826 - 21st Jul 2010 7:05pm Re: dog tied to a tree in Storeton woods [Re: Tilly]
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He went to a new home in Northampton today aliendance

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