Appeal for missing epileptic dog, Poppy
A Norwich woman is growing increasingly concerned about her epileptic dog which has been missing since Tuesday.
Angela Buck, 63, who lives in Hooker Road, Heartsease, was walking her two dogs in Mousehold on Tuesday, December 13 at 4pm when her 10-year-old black Labrador Poppy ran off and didn't come back.
Mrs Buck said: 'She is epileptic and needs four pills a day.
'We have had her since she was a six week old puppy.
'Sometimes she runs off to find food. I waited and whistled but she never came back.
'There was a definite sighting of her on Tuesday night at around 10pm on Gordon Avenue. She was on the road and the girl who found her said that Poppy was frightened.'
She has grey eyebrows and a red and white collar with flowers on.
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Mrs Buck added: 'It is really worrying. We are putting posters around everywhere The dog warden has been looking for her.
'She means so much to us all, there can be no Christmas until she is back home. When I had my heart attack she was one of my reasons to recover, and I'm devastated that she's not with me.'
Poppy loves food and will respond to the word biscuits.
Anyone with information is asked to call Mrs Buck on 07737 833647