Aimee was reunited with five of her missing puppies last week, but one is still missing
The owner of a four-month old puppy is offering a £700 reward to bring her beloved dog home.
Aimee Foster launched an appeal on Facebook after seven of her puppies went missingfrom her home in Dawlish on Monday, September 2.
Following the plea Aimee was reunited with six of the five-week-old Springer Spaniels six days after they went missing, however the four-month-old pup she has named ‘X’ is still missing.
Taking to social media, hoping to be reunited Aimee said: “Bring our beautiful girl home.
“She was stolen on September 2, and we still have no news on her.”
On Sunday, September 8, Aimee received a phone call from someone who had six of the puppies.
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And six days after they went missing Aimee was reunited with the young pups, although she’s said the four-month-old puppy is still missing. She also revealed that she had to use all of her savings to pay the reward to get the puppies home safely.
“She is still missing and we haven’t got any news on her whereabouts,” she said.
“The police are doing what they can but she could have already been sold on by now. We don’t know where she is.”
Aimee said she is relieved to have the rest of the puppies home and posted an emotional video of the pups on social media.
She said: “The other puppies are doing really well, their coats are shiny again now and they are definitely happy to be home.
“We have since had them microchipped and they will be going to their new homes next week.
“When we got them back they stank; I have never smelt anything like it. They also hadn’t had any water in a while so they were dehydrated.
“They are only just allowing us to pick them up again, they were so distressed when they came back to us.”
Despite being reunited with her dogs, Aimee said she is heartbroken that the four-month-old puppy is still missing.
“I only got her a couple of months ago and I just want her home.”
She recalled: “On the night of Monday, September 2, I got home at 10pm and all the kennel doors were open, so now we are beginning to wonder if she is missing, but we are not ruling it out that she’s been stolen.”
In the post on Facebook Aimee said: “To the people who took these puppies-
“A massive thank you for their safe return. Unfortunate that you couldn’t provide for them in the same way that I was. They were soaking wet with cold water when we received them at handover, they have fleas, they were dehydrated and extremely hungry.
“Last night it was all hands on deck feeding, bathing, and cleaning up after them endlessly!”
Anyone who has any information about the four-month-old puppy should contact Aimee on 07764 374058 or her dad Tony on 07786 600374.