Search for missing Bridgwater dog

Bridgwater Mercury: Sasha Sasha

A FAMILY in Bridgwater is desperately appealing for anyone to come forward who may have seen their lost dog.

David Watkins, from Bristol Road said his three-year-old Husky cross German Sheppard, Sasha, escaped from the garden on Friday, November 2, and was last seen near ‘Carnival City’.

He said: “The fireworks display must have scared her.

“She’s a friendly dog and will go to anyone. A lot of people know her because I deliver papers and she comes with me.

“Our other dog, Maisey, a Shih Tzu, is distraught. They are best friends and you can see she really misses her.”

Sasha is microchipped – call 07530690605 with information.

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11:59am Fri 16 Nov 12

deemteam says...

Pets and livestock are terrorized by fireworks, from the noise and the pressure concussion. If we care for animals we would consider that when we celebrate. This poor dog may now be lost because of it's panic during fireworks.

I believe one or two days of fireworks each year should be enough and those celebrations should be in a specific place for safety reasons and in consideration of those animals and people who do not like and/or are frightened. Instead fireworks are freely sold and their use is uncontrolled. Two weeks after the Carnival/Fireworks and still fireworks are being shot off nightly, some even during the day. Time to consider those who enjoy peace over chaos.

Will it take a tragedy of a house fire, injury or death until there is a ordinance in place to manage the use of fireworks?
Pets and livestock are terrorized by fireworks, from the noise and the pressure concussion. If we care for animals we would consider that when we celebrate. This poor dog may now be lost because of it's panic during fireworks. I believe one or two days of fireworks each year should be enough and those celebrations should be in a specific place for safety reasons and in consideration of those animals and people who do not like and/or are frightened. Instead fireworks are freely sold and their use is uncontrolled. Two weeks after the Carnival/Fireworks and still fireworks are being shot off nightly, some even during the day. Time to consider those who enjoy peace over chaos. Will it take a tragedy of a house fire, injury or death until there is a ordinance in place to manage the use of fireworks? deemteam

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