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Sad family still searching for dog

PUBLISHED: 19:37 28 November 2001 | UPDATED: 10:56 03 March 2010

A SUFFOLK family are still searching for Teddy, their beloved family pet, nearly two weeks since he went missing.

The rare pooch, who usually relied on Valium to control his nerves over the firework season, was last seen at 6.

A SUFFOLK family are still searching for Teddy, their beloved family pet, nearly two weeks since he went missing.

The rare pooch, who usually relied on Valium to control his nerves over the firework season, was last seen at 6.30pm on November 1 in his owners back garden in Hazel Rise, Claydon Heights.

It is thought the dog, whose tail curls distinctively over his body, was startled by the fireworks and may have run off towards a patch of fenced-off wooded land next to its home.

Christine Taylor, Teddy's owner, said they have had no luck tracing the rare Tibetan Spaniel.

"We have only had one possible sighting but that came to nothing, we have put lots of posters up and even posted him on the web but with no luck.

"I am in limbo because I don't know if someone has him or whether he is hurt, it just gets worse.

"The other dogs really miss him still and it is strange to see them eating when his bowl remains empty," she said.

If you think you may have seen Teddy or have any information please call Mrs Taylor on 01473 832990 or the Evening Star newsdesk on 01473 282257.


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