Archive for the ‘Pets of Parwich’ Category

Another appeal to dog owners to please clean up after your dog – 3 days running now and it seems to be the same dog outside our window on Lenscliffe

This road is used by children as a route to walk to the school so please please clear up after your dog

Thank you

Simon L

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Loose Dog

The dog which was wandering around the village a week or so ago has been seen on the loose again today. It narrowly missed a car. It has a green collar. Does anyone recognise it?

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Lost a Dog?

A black and white male terrier with no collar has been rampaging round the garden early this morning at Townhead and trying to get in through the catflap. Last seen at Fouffinside.

Susan S

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UPDATE – Hugo has returned!

Hugo, a male Ragdoll cat, is missing from the Vicarage – he has not been seen since he went out at 9 pm last night. Please can you look out for him and check sheds / outbuildings?

If you have any news please contact Sue and Pete on 390037, or Sue on 07894 751 620.

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Anyone Lost a Dog?

This dog has been seen around Smithy Close for the last hour or more. Does anyone recognise it? It is wearing a green collar without an identification tag. Dana A

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Missing Cat

UPDATE – Great News! Korky has returned home safely this morning. Thank you to everyone who helped look for him.

Our ginger cat, Korky, went missing on Thursday night. Please check any outbuildings in case he is shut in.

Tony and Sue 390 724

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Lost Dog Lead

This afternoon I have lost Tuppy’s, (our Labradoodle) lead, it’s brown leather but on one side it has an intricate design of Masai beads.She has a collar in the same design and feels she cannot go out in public without matching collar and lead.If anyone comes across it, please let me know and I will collect.

Many Thanks

Malcolm Harvey

*Mob*: +44(0)7836 246234

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Pick It Up!

To the dog owner –

If you live in the village hang your head in shame.

If you are visiting, don’t come back.

If your dog was wandering unaccompanied next time the dog warden will be watching

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Cat Found

We have a stray cat that has been hanging around Alsop en-le Dale for about a week.

Has anyone lost one? If so contact Church Farm on 01335 390216. Clare L.

Details & picture below:

  • Completely black Long haired cat
  • Entire Male
  • About 2 years old
  • No microchip

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The Chief Veterinary Officers for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have agreed to bring in new housing measures to protect poultry and captive birds from avian influenza following a number of confirmed cases across Great Britain in recent weeks.

“Whether you keep just a few birds or thousands, from Monday 29 November onwards you will be legally required to keep your birds indoors, or take appropriate steps to keep them separate from wild birds. We have not taken this decision lightly, taking this action now is the best way to protect your birds from this highly infectious disease.”

For further information see https://www.gov.uk/government/news/bird-flu-latest-situation-avian-influenza-prevention-zone-declared-across-great-britain

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Missing Cat

Now Found

We’re missing this cat from White Meadow House. If anyone sees it could they let Lynne know on 390474 or 07542 624882 .

Thank you.

Lynn G

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Missing Cat

A kind lady contacted me the other day about my missing cat Leo and unfortunately I’ve lost her number would she be able to re-contact me please or my sister on either number below. Emily B

07494273071. Or 07595386212

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Missing Cat

Our cat Leo has gone wondering again and hasn’t been seen in a good 4 weeks possibly more. If people could look out for him, check sheds or know anything please don’t hesitate to call on 07494273071. 

He’s a grey tabby with white feet. Hasn’t got a collar but is microchipped. Very friendly!  Emily B

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Missing Kitten

Update: the kitten has turned up at home safe and well

Long haired stripey tabby kitten, age 12 weeks, missing since lunch time Sunday 1 August. She has white paws and a white bib. Please contact Phyllis G on 01335 390228 if you have any information.

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I have a free cockerel available. He must go today!

Please call if interested.
Thanks,

Alex 743

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Derbyshire Dales residents urged to report dog-fouling hot-spots

Derbyshire Dales District Council is urging residents to report areas in the district where dog fouling is causing a problem.

“Although 9 out of 10 dog owners pick up dog mess after their pets, that still leaves a significant number who don’t,” said Councillor Chris Furness, Chairman of the Community & Environment Committee at the District Council.

“We’re encouraging residents to help us by putting dog mess in the bin and reporting problem areas to us online.”

Community Development Officer, Emma Mortimer added:

“With the information from residents we will target those areas with the worst problems by patrolling and talking to dog owners to encourage responsible behaviour and putting up additional signs.

“To help encourage dog owners to pick up after their pets we are providing dog-mess bag dispensers on our land where we know there is a problem. Bagged dog mess can be disposed of in any litter bin.”

Residents can report a litter or dog fouling hot spot via an online form available at http://www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk/reportdogmess  

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Hen owners – Fox Alert No. 2

Here at Pond Cottage we have lost two chickens, presumably to the fox that Vicky saw on 4th April. Going on the location of the residual feathers, one was taken in the field between Pond Cottage and Veronica’s and the other in the field behind Pond Cottage, on the boundary with Veronica’s field. Both would have been taken in the daytime, one today and one probably yesterday (or today, or the day before). I am going to keep mine in for a while so please be careful if you have hens as I am sure he / she will be on the lookout for an alternative source of lunch. The fox is clearly pretty fearless and cunning!

Emma

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Fox Alert

Just had a fox in my garden 11.30am. Luckily we were outside. All with chickens please be on your guard.

Vicky T

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For all those who have been doing their best to keep the wild bird population and other people’s poultry flocks safe by restricting their own birds, today’s government announcement comes as very welcome news:

19 March 2021: The risk of avian influenza to both wild and kept birds has reduced to ‘medium’. The Avian Influenza Prevention Zone (AIPZ) requiring enhanced biosecurity will remain in force but Wednesday 31 March 2021 will be the last day poultry and other captive birds will need to be housed (housing restrictions end 23:59 31 March 2021). Bird gatherings are still prohibited. High standards of biosecurity remain essential as infection may still be present in the environment.

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We’ve received a number of reports concerning dog fouling around the village. There are numerous signs and bins around the village like this one-

Whilst recognising that the majority of dog owners in the village do clean up after their dogs it is sadly not everyone. Please remember to bag it and bin it.
Also there seem to be a number of dogs allowed to wander free around the village. Please accompany your dog at all times otherwise there is a risk of it fouling around the streets and also getting into fields with stock. During this lockdown there are very few visitors in the village so we can’t push the blame onto outsiders.

Particular “hot” spots at the moment appear to be:
Area around the school;
The footpath beside Smithy Close;
Parsons Croft.

Thank you on behalf of all Parwich residents.

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Hen Lockdown

Seeing the advert for a cockerel has prompted me to let people know that it is a difficult time for poultry keepers. For anyone unfamiliar with keeping poultry, since 14 Dec 2020 all poultry and other captive birds have had to be separated from wild birds by being housed or totally enclosed in netted pens. Birds cannot free range. This is due to avian flu within the UK and applies whether you keep one bird or thousands. Further information and updates on locations of disease outbreaks can be found at https://www.gov.uk/guidance/avian-influenza-bird-flu

Fiona H

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Free Cat Litter

1 full and 1 half bag of cat litter free to collect, as Charlie and Oscar have grown out of it. Contact Phil (07816 134 993) or call by The Orchards to pick up.

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Another Wandering Dog

This little dog has been found wandering in our garden this morning, does anyone know where It belongs. Glynis D. tel 390561

Update: Owner Found

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Missing Collie?

UPDATE: HE’S NOW BACK WITH HIS OWNER

There’s a black and white border collie dog, with a shortish tail, looks like farm dog, very wet and wandering around The Orchards / Dodds Hill area – 2pm

Edit: Now at West view – 2.05pm

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Derbyshire Dales District Council is urging residents to report areas in the district where litter and dog fouling are causing a problem under a new campaign – ‘Don’t be a tosser – bin it!’

After a summer where high volumes of litter were seen across the district, the council is supporting community groups and individuals who are picking up litter and helping to keep it clean. But it’s not just litter, dog fouling continues to be an issue.

“Although 9 out of 10 dog owners pick up dog mess after their pets, that still leaves a significant number who don’t,” said Councillor Chris Furness, Chairman of the Community & Environment Committee at the District Council.

“We’re encouraging residents to help us by putting litter and dog mess in the bin and reporting problem areas to us.”

Community Development Officer, Emma Mortimer added:

“With the information from residents we will target those areas with the worst problems by patrolling and talking to dog owners to encourage responsible behaviour. We will support groups and individuals who want to help reduce the problem in their community by providing pink chalk-based spray paint to highlight dog mess and put up signs.

“To help encourage dog owners to pick up after their pets we are providing dog-mess bag dispensers on our land where we know there is a problem.”

Residents can report a litter or dog fouling hot spot via an online form.

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Lost Dog?

There’s a lost looking dog been spotted on Croft Avenue, is anyone missing this little one or know where they live?

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Liquid paraffin needed

Hi

Does anyone have any liquid paraffin – I only need about 8 drops for a chicken with sour crop…..?

Many thanks

Emma (from Pond Cottage, Tel Parwich 203)

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Another Wandering Lab

Black labrador, no collar seen wandering around outside Brentwood this morning.

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UPDATE – Jake has now returned home safe and sound. Alan and Heather would like to thank everyone for their help in finding him.

Missing from Rathbourne Croft this morning, Jake a young black and white cocker spaniel. Very friendly, wearing a collar. Please contact Alan or Heather W on 01335 390513 if you have seen him

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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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