There’s always that one dog, that one case that draws a person to DogLost and Izzy, an apricot Cockapoo is mine.
The day I heard about Izzy, I was working for a pet related Charity as their PR and Social Media Manager and I took a call from a lady called Dawn who wanted to try and raise the profile of her missing dog, Izzy. I promised, as we were local, to add her story to our social media platforms in the hope someone had found Izzy and didn’t realise that her family were out looking for her.
There was something in Dawn’s voice that day – fear mixed with what seemed like sheer panic.
Sadly nearly four years later, Izzy is still missing.
This is what we know of the day she went missing….
Izzy’s home in Radcliffe, Manchester was being renovated and sadly, a person working on the renovation left the front door open and Izzy escaped.
There have been no confirmed sightings since that day but her family have never given up and whilst the physical search has stopped, the online and social search continues – someone out there must have Izzy or at the very worst, know what happened to her.
- Izzy’s breed: Cockapoo
- Izzy’s sex: Female
- Date Izzy went missing: 16th February 2015
- Microchipped: Yes
- Neutered/Spayed: Yes
- Wearing ID/Collar: Yes a pink one
- Distinguishing Marks: Izzy has a light brown, almost pink nose
If you know what happened to Izzy on the day she went missing, please do let her family know or maybe you acquired a Cockapoo that looks like Izzy back in early 2015 and you think it might be her, you can easily check by having her scanned for a microchip.
Izzy’s Facebook page can be found here
Izzy’s mum and the young children in her family are still as devastated today as they were the day she disappeared so please help bring her home.