Appeal to find missing collie cross Lady so far seen at Wickham Market, Gosbeck and Kettleburgh

A desperate appeal has been made to help find a dog that has gone missing and roamed miles across fields in the east Suffolk countryside.

The black and white female collie cross called Lady was being walked by a volunteer from the Canine Welfare rescue centre at Glevering, near Hacheston, on Saturday about 3pm when she went missing.

The volunteer unfortunately slipped and fell over and Lady, who still has her lead attached, ran off.

There have since been sightings of her at Wickham Market, Kettleburgh, and Gosbeck.

Apryl Eley, who has been part of the search party, said: “She is a very friendly dog but extremely nervous of people. We have been out until the early hours every night searching.

“Last night we sat on the roofs of our cars with torches scanning the countryside at Kettleburgh until we got a call to say she had been seen at Gosbeck. We went straight there but there was no sign of her. The gamekeeper came out on a quad bike to help and other people, too.

“If anyone sees her we would love them to contact us immediately so we can try and get her back safely.”

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Anyone seeing Lady should call 07823 772994, 07879 414407, or 01728 747760.

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