Dog Theft Action will be attending Crufts 2015, as part of our mission is to provide information to the public on dog theft we would like to use this opportunity to publicise this growing problem all over the country and the heartache and misery it brings along with it. If you are planning a visit the world’s greatest dog show, please be sure to visit us in Hall 3 stand 110.
What is happening on the DTA Stand (Hall 3 Stand 10)
Dog theft Action have invited victims of dog crime to help publicise and raise awareness of not only their own missing dogs but the rise in theft and effects these crimes have on a family.
We are delighted to welcome.. To name but a few
Caroline Kay, who is owner of Rags; Rags was born 2004, rescued by her owner she came off “death row”, and lived a wonderful life until she went missing on the 2nd September 2011 Rags went missing during her normal walk in the fields behind her house, she went in the spinney there, had always come back when called, but didn't, further on is a field leading to Frankley Services, M5, and it is thought she was picked up from there.. Searches took place with no joy; there was no sign of her. Very well known in both the local area and in agility circles a reward is offered for her safe return.
Julie Evans who is owner of Hansum, Hansum is a beautiful beagle/springer cross and has been missing from Giant's Grave, Briton Ferry since 31st May 2014, he is desperately missed by his owner who if you have any information can be contacted on 07402413441 or by email email@example.com
Glenys Hutton, who is owner of Amy, a 10 year old flat coated retriever she has been missing since 29th November 2013. Glenys who is a pensioner misses Amy desperately and is frantic with worry of where Amy can be. She went missing from Kings Worthy, Winchester, Hampshire, and is believed to have been sold on.. Amy is not only microchipped but tattooed too.. Someone must know where Amy is.
If you are a victim of dog theft and be interested in joining us at Crufts March 2015, please message us with contact details. Please note we are unable to give free entrance into the event, as our funds are limited. Buy your tickets here
Fundraising Crufts 2015
Dog Theft Action is a registered charity and regularly fund raise to help our work here with this in mind several generous companies are supporting DTA by donating fantastic prizes for our raffle to be in with a chance of winning:
Goodies from Lilly’s Kitchen.. Take a peek at what’s on offer Here
An XL Tuffies dog bed worth £159! Look! From Tuffies
Yummy food from Gilbertson & Page!
Treats from the Home of pet naturals! Green and Wild
Parisa Jenkins has kindly donated a signed copy of Find Bella
.. and much much more visit us at Crufts 2015 Hall 3 stand 110 .. oh and of course we have some waggy tailed visitors!
|The UK's National Lost Pet Microchip database and Lost Pet & Found Pet Reunification service.||We are here to help stem the rising tide of dog theft and rural crime in the Thames Valley area.||With thanks to Dogs Trust for their support.||The UK’s largest organisation dedicated to protecting and promoting the health and welfare of all dogs.||DTA is pleased to support Pet Theft Awareness, a campaign which highlights the danger faced by owners of all pets and horses. Please support them!||With thanks to Our Dogs for their support.|