On the 2nd May I found a little lost Bichon Frise at Wellesley Woodlands and so many of you shared and liked his post, that I’ve done a bit of phoning round to find out how he’s getting on so we can have a happy ending to his story!
I contact Rushmoor Borough Council, who came out straight away with a microchip scanner to see if we could find out where he’d come from and this is where the puzzle started! His contact details led back to a home in Liverpool and after phoning the number, it turns out he was rehomed over 2 years ago, but the microchip was never updated.
Rushmoor Borough Council then took him in to hold him for 7 days to see if an owner would come forward, but unfortunately nobody did, so he was taken to a dog home for rehoming. He already has a new home with a family who fell in love with him straight away. (I’m not surprised, he was very sweet).
It’s great to hear he’s safe and loved now, but please use this as a reminder to keep your dogs contact details up to date on their collars and microchips!
Assistant Ranger Laura