Daisy on BBC NEWS

A campaign to find a dog stolen from a retired couple has gone viral.

Cocker spaniel Daisy went missing from Hollingbourne, Kent, on Monday.

Her owners, Pam, 77, and Bill Nash, 80, put out a Facebook appeal which has been shared 160,000 times.

Dog thefts have surged since the first coronavirus lockdown in March. Dogs Lost, the UK’s largest lost and found dog service, has reported an increase of 250% in the past year, compared to the previous period.

Female dogs are often stolen to be used for breeding, but six-year-old Daisy was spayed when Mrs and Mrs Nash rescued her a year ago.

Read full article here https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-kent-55748608

Follow daisy’s doglost time line here https://doglost.co.uk/dog-blog.php?dogId=163844

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