Archive for the ‘Pets of Parwich’ Category

Missing Cat

UPDATE
Tyson is home safe and sound. Thank you everyone for wishes and keeping an eye out for him 😻😻😻

If anyone spots Tyson please can they contact Cheryl W on 07846 906848.

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Rabbit in Residence

A rabbit has taken up residence in my garden, I am not a rabbit expert but it looks very like a domestic rabbit rather than a wild one. Has anyone lost a rabbit??
Linda Brown
07901518455

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FOUND: Golden Lab

A male golden lab has arrived at the pub with no owner in sight. He’s a biggish lad and has no collar on.

Jane and Kirsty are keeping him safe, please go and collect him asap.

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Another Missing Cat

UPDATE: Korky home safe and well. Extremely hungry!

Thanks to everyone

Sue A

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Our young cat Korky has disappeared today. Please could you check sheds, garages, greenhouses, wells etc.

He also likes to climb trees and may be stuck up one or have fallen out of one and injured himself.
Tel. 724. Tony or Sue
Thanks

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Missing Cat

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I live down at wash meadow and I’ve lost my cat albus, he’s quite slim, black and white. He’s been gone for a couple of days now,
Nadene C
My number- 07756051789
My dads- 07770515545

 

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Looking for some assistance with chickens for a few days for this weekend. Please contact Alex on 743 to chat further, thank you! 

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Black Labrador seen at Hilltop

Has anyone heard of a missing dog. The Goslings at Hilltop have spotted one:

Black labrador roaming around at Hilltop Farm: male with a blue collar, we cannot get near enough to catch it, has been here 2 days. We would love to find its owner.

Lynda G

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Fox Strikes Again

Just a warning again to all chickens owners, one of my hens was taken again in broad day light yesterday. If anyone sees a fox or has had any hens killed please can we keep each other informed through the blog.
I’m living each day in fear!
Vicky T

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Fox Alert!

Just a warning to all chicken owners in the village. A fox was around yesterday morning between 8.30 & 9am. It killed one of my hens and from what I have heard killed another 4 hens from 2 other people, there could be more. Please be vigilant.
Vicky T

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Labrador Lose

11.30am

Thank you Jasmine C for letting us know:

A large golden Labrador was seen near Nether Green, but ran away when approached. It was heading towards Creamery Lane.

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Missing Hen

I have had a hen go missing recently. The breed is called Needwood Blue.

If by chance she’s joined anyone’s flock or she may be nesting in a tree or garden, could you give me a call please.

Many thanks,
Alex – 390743

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Missing Cat

Just to let you know.. Runt is home safe and sound. Thank you to two lovely people hearing him when they were tending to their horses. I was trying too hard not to cry and didn’t get their names. 
Thank you for your help.
Lauren 

 

Last seen around 11pm last night. He’s called ‘Runt’ and he’s 17, practically deaf and can’t see very well. He’s tabby and white. Very wobbly gait and he’ll probably be tilting his head to the left. It’s very unusual for him to go wandering.

Lauren 3 Rathbourne Croft

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Missing Cat Home!

Update – Thanks to everyone for their help finding Toffee, he’s now back home.
What a relief!!
Cheers Jo X
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Please can you check sheds and outbuildings as our cat Toffee has gone missing.
Last seen Sunday
Please call Jo on 390183
Many thanks

 

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Big Thanks from Team Soay!

A286AFF2-25C1-4647-A21C-828F05957764Congratulations to Charles, Judith and of course Soay on completing the Coast to Coast walk and raising a fabulous sum for the PDSA.

Soay would like to thank everyone who contributed to her fund raising effort.

 

 

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Cocker Spaniel puppy for sale
If interested please contact Alan and Heather on Parwich 513

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Party animal (Moss) returns from the solstice turned into fire breathing dragon. Another great pic from David G

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Muddy Dog Challenge!

Just a quick reminder…..

We have received the following from Jason:

On 29th June.., Jason, Charlie, Eva and Truffle will be joined by Laura (Jason’s work colleague) and her dog Bailey for the Muddy Dog Challenge. We are looking to raise £200, with all money raised going to Battersea Dogs Home. If you would like to support us please go to just giving by clicking here.

Many thanks
Jason

The Muddy Dog Challenge is a running event with many obstacles, lots of mud and plenty of water for you and your dog. Click here for more information.

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Muddy Dog Challenge!

We have received the following from Jason:

On 29th June.., Jason, Charlie, Eva and Truffle will be joined by Laura (Jason’s work colleague) and her dog Bailey for the Muddy Dog Challenge. We are looking to raise £200, with all money raised going to Battersea Dogs Home. If you would like to support us please go to just giving by clicking here.

Many thanks
Jason

The Muddy Dog Challenge is a running event with many obstacles, lots of mud and plenty of water for you and your dog. Click here for more information.

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Soay’s Coast to Coast

We have received the following message from Judith and Charles:

 Soay’s made it to Robin Hoods Bay and thanks for everyone’s support.

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To go directly to Soay’s ‘just giving’ page, please click here.

 

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To go directly to Soay’s ‘just giving’ page, please click here.

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As a one off we have been asked the following by Margaret R:

We, Cheadle Animal Welfare, need to find a foster home for a 4 year old Chihuahua who had a Caesarian section yesterday and had 3 puppies. She is doing really well but I’m finding it difficult to find a foster home. Is there is anyone in Parwich who could look after her? Please contact me on 369

Minnie and Baby

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Do you recognise this bird…?

We have received the following message and photo from Nina:

Does anyone recognise this turkey? Can they come and collect, my hens are not happy!
Nina at Fernlea opposite Memorial Hall.

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Missing Cat

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Teddy was last seen on Friday morning in Tissington . Black and white microchipped.  Teddy has never been missing before we are terribly concerned for his welfare. Please may you share this post? Thankyou

Adèle
Telephone 390246

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Dog Fouling

This from the Parish Council-

Concerns about dog fouling on the Parson’s Croft playing field have again been raised with the Parish Council. Like all open public spaces in the Village, Parsons Croft is already covered by a Derbyshire Dales Public Space Protection Order. This makes failure to clear up dog fouling an offence for which a fixed penalty can be issued.

If the problem continues, the Parish Council may feel that it has no alternative but to consider applying for a Dog Control Order (DCO) banning dogs from the area altogether.

The Council would be very reluctant to take this step, recognising how unfair it would be to the majority of responsible dog owners. But it has also to consider how unfair it is to residents, and particularly children using the area, to expose them to the health risks caused by illegal dog fouling.

If a DCO had to be introduced, responsibility for the injustice caused to some would lie clearly with those dog owners who had caused the problem.

Please help the Council to avoid the need to consider such a measure by ensuring that these concerns as widely understood as possible.

Instances of dog fouling should be reported here,

http://www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk/environment-and-waste/roads/street-care-and-cleaning/dog-fouling

This will bring them to the attention of the enforcement officers who can issue fines. It is not necessary to identify the offender in order to make a report. It is possible to request removal of faeces, but if it has been dealt with this can be noted on the report.

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Just to let you know, I have let the council know the dog waste bin by the toilets is overflowing with poo bags now being placed, understandably, on the floor. They said it should be collected with 48 hours. Has anyone noticed if any of the other dog waste bins around the village are overflowing too?

Caroline G

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A Sad Event

Our beloved family pet has late this afternoon been hit by a car. What is frustrating is that the person driving did not stop. Fortunately Petra died instantly.
Could I please ask all those passing through the village to slow down, as it’s not only animals that I’m thinking about but children too. Just because it’s a 30 zone does not mean you drive at 30mph and or above!
Alex Sutton
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We have had the following request from Vicky T:
Has anybody in the village who owns chickens possibly have any form of Flubenvet I could borrow please, whether it be mixed in with layer pellets or just on it’s own. I am unable to get out the village due to a broken wrist, I have ordered some but will take a few days to arrive and would like to start one of my hens on it immediately.

Thank you in advance

Vicky 390111

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Beautiful Cat

I’ve had a friend last 2 days. Don’t mind him being in my garden at all just curious who he belongs to.
Vicky T

 

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Missing Cat

Update on Leo.
Leo came home this morning in good health, little thin but happy.
Thank you for everyone for looking out for him over the past two weeks we are very grateful!
Thank you the Brett Family

 

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Name: Leo
Hasn’t been home since Friday 25th of May, which is completely out of his character.
•He is a two year old, grey tabby cat.
•He has four white socks and is extremely friendly.
•He has no collar but is microchipped
•We are very worried about him because he has never gone missing before. He never really ranges too far from 3 Sycamore Cottages, but he does travel in all directions.
•Please can you check sheds, buildings or outhouses (in case he has been locked in).
•If you see him or know of his whereabouts please contact Eva Brett on 01335 390730/ 07903 269190. Even if it is not good news, please get in contact.
Thank you very much.

 

Thank you
The Brett Family

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Irresponsible Dog Owners

This notice is a call out to irresponsible dog owners.

Tonight at Friday football we were unfortunate to find that an irresponsible dog owner had allowed their dog to use the goal area as a toilet…
Dog fouling is not a criminal offence, but not picking up your dogs mess is!..
I have informed the Parish Council of this matter and know that we will have their support to eradicate this disgusting behaviour.
I am sure that most people know that handling dog faeces can cause irreversible blindness in young children, I therefore ask all dog owners who use Parsons Croft to exercise their dogs… please, please, please exercise them away from the football pitch and away from the pavilion…. and pick up!
Thank you for your support
Jason

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Missing Cat – FOUND!

UPDATE: I have found him!

He was near Lee and Sam’s in some shrubbery on the other side of the Brook. He is pretty shaken up so am guessing he had a really bad scare but he seems physically fine. He was really near to where our youngest cat went missing in November.

Thank you so much to everyone who got in touch.

 

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Dog found

A female English Bullterrier has been found wandering in Creamery Lane, she has no tag on her collar, but has not yet been taken to check if she has an ID chip. If you recognise her contact Lucie-Clare tel. *** **** .

Update 5.45pm Excellent news, she has now been returned to her owner.

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Wanted

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New Parwich Resident

We have a new resident in the village.  He arrived on Saturday 14th April.  His name is Jackson and he’s a gorgeous tabby Tom cat who has been adopted from Cheadle Animal Welfare Society by Fiona.

Jackson is about 3 years old and was left behind when his owners moved.  How unkind is that?  He had to live in a shed and rely on a neighbour for food.  Thankfully the neighbour asked for help and Jackson was taken into care. He lived in Hanley so has gone from being a Town Boy to being a Country Gent.  I’m sure he will love living in Parwich, after all there is nowhere better.

Jackson x

Margaret R

 

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Dog owners asked to keep pets under close control in countryside

Dog owners are urged to keep their pets on short leads to protect wildlife in the Peak District National Park. During the breeding season of spring and early summer, new-born lambs and ground-nesting birds, such as lapwing, curlew and snipe, are particularly vulnerable to harm from dogs roaming free or on long leads.

By law, dogs must be under control on public rights of way and on a short lead on open access land from March 1 to July 31. In fields containing farm animals and nesting birds, it is sensible to keep dogs on leads.

Peak District National Park access and rights of way manager Mike Rhodes said: “Walking a dog is one of the joys of being in the countryside, but we need all dog owners to keep their pets under proper control during this sensitive time, which usually means being on a short lead. Ground nesting birds are particularly at risk, while sheep and lambs can also be badly injured or killed by uncontrolled dogs. For its own safety, never let a dog approach or chase farm animals or wildlife – your dog could get kicked, trampled or lost and it could be legally shot for chasing farm animals. It is not a legal requirement to use a lead on public paths, but you should be extra vigilant in the breeding season and always use a lead if you can’t rely on your dog’s obedience.”

Dogs are not allowed at all on some moors to protect sensitive breeding sites – and signs will indicate this on site.

To report incidents involving dogs on farmland or moors, call the police on 101. To ask for signs to go up in problem areas, please contact Peak District National Park on 01629 816200 (weekdays).

More advice can be found in the Countryside Code at www.naturalengland.org.uk/countrysidecode

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Due to the weather the dog training class tonight is cancelled. Dena

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Missing Cat

My cat has been missing since yesterday she has been going off in the day she’s only young she’s tortoiseshell. It’s worrying as she has to have a special diet due to health reasons she has come back a few times and she’s been sick all over the house, she was due at the vets yesterday but I could not find her anywhere! I hope you can help,
Thankyou

Alice Browning

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We have received the following information on bird flu form the Derbyshire Association of Local Councils via our Parish Council.

Last winter the UK experienced several outbreaks of avian influenza – better known as bird flu – and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs is asking for help to share information in local communities. This highly contagious disease affects birds including chickens, ducks and geese, and can be fatal to them, devastating farmers’ livelihoods. It is just as much of a risk to those with a few chickens in a back garden as to commercial farmers and anyone who keeps chickens, ducks or geese. Defra is asking local councils to share their advice on bird flu in their respective communities, for example on noticeboards using their poster, through social media or in newsletters.

Please help spread the word

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Dog Training Comes to Parwich

Thank you to Viv M for the following information:
 
Judging by how many dogs you see, it is clear Parwich is a dog friendly village and with so many younger pups joining the population, this new class is sure to appeal to dogs of all ages.
Starting Thursday 11th January at 7pm in the Memorial Hall, weekly classes will be run by Dena and Jeff Skellern (Home from Home, Hulland Village) who are already well known to several residents and their four legged friends.
 
For more details and to register your interest, please contact Dena on 01335 372162.

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