Honiton family’s heartache after dogs go missing

PUBLISHED: 11:05 16 May 2016 | UPDATED: 08:57 20 May 2016

Patterdale terriers Poppy and Star are both missing from their Honiton home.

Patterdale terriers Poppy and Star are both missing from their Honiton home.

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Patterdale terriers Poppy and Star disappeared from their home, in Sheldon, on Saturday, May 7.

A Honiton family has launched a desperate appeal to find their two dogs who went missing earlier this month.

Patterdale terriers Poppy and Star disappeared from their home, in Sheldon, on Saturday, May 7.

Four-year-old Star and two-year-old Poppy are owned by Tina Sharp, who lives at Golden Farm.

She believes the dogs could either be in the Honiton area, or ventured further up north, into Cullompton.

Poppy and Star, both terrier bitches, are microchipped and wearing collars with tags on.

Tina says both are ‘delightful and very friendly little dogs’.

She added: “We are missing them terribly and so desperate to have them home as soon as possible.”

Anyone who has any information on their whereabouts is asked to call Tina on 01404 841055.

A substantial cash reward is being offered for the dogs’ safe return home.


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