Jessie the stray beagle remains on the west coast - thank you for all the reports - any sightings please call 257261

Submitted by Steve on 11:11, 24th Jun, 2015 | 0

Yesterday we were very worried that Jessie may have left the west coast of Guernsey, but we are pleased to report she appears to remain in the area.

We had over a dozen sightings yesterday by phone and messaged through to us at the GSPCA and we appreciate all of the continued support.

We are currently escalating the capture of Jessie and just received temporary permissions from the States to fence an area off around the trap to help with her capture.

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This Friday June 26th is 'Bring Your Dog to Work Day' - instead of a dress down day could your dog come to work for a donation

Submitted by Steve on 07:27, 24th Jun, 2015 | 0

This Friday June 26th is Bring Your Dog to Work Day.

Having a dog in the room can make human colleagues more cooperative, reduce stress, increase job satisfaction and productivity.

When adopting a dog or any animal from the GSPCA we often ask how many hours potential owners may be at work.  Perhaps the question should actually be - are you able to take your dog to work?

Discussing the benefits of taking a dog to work might just result in a match with a dog we have in for homing.

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Stray beagle Jessie was on the west coast this morning but we've a possible sighting in St Andrews this lunch time

Submitted by Steve on 12:08, 23rd Jun, 2015 | 0

First thing this morning we are aware that Jessie the stray beagle was around the west coast and feeding next to our dog trap.

We have just received a report that may indicate that she is back in St Andrews, but we are appealing if you do see her to please call 257261.

We are aware that Jessie has been chased by members of public trying to catch her which we are asking people not to do as this will scare her from the area she is happy in and may have resulted in her moving inland.

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UPDATE - Jessie the stray beagle - PLEASE DO NOT CHASE OR FOLLOW HER - any sightings 257261

Submitted by Steve on 13:30, 21st Jun, 2015 | 0

Jessie continues to remain along the west coast and we are very thankful for all of the reports.

Her confidence is building once again around the trap and we are hoping that she will continue to do so.

We would like to highlight she is very timid and nervous and please DO NOT chase or follow her as it is likely to scare her from the area she is happy in.

Here is the update from Friday -

 

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JESSIE UPDATE - Jessie has stayed along the west coast - sightings 257261 - PLEASE DO NOT CHASE OR FOLLOW HER

Submitted by Steve on 11:53, 19th Jun, 2015 | 0

We are pleased to report that despite Jessie being let out of the trap on Wednesday morning she has remained along the west coast with reports, sightings and GSPCA team members tracking her up until late last night.

As at 11am we have had two reports confirming her location very near the trap, and GSPCA team members monitored her last night feeding next to it although extremely wary and unsure.

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GSPCA relaunch capture for Jessie after her release from the trap this morning whilst on route to collect her

Submitted by Steve on 13:29, 17th Jun, 2015 | 0

During the early hours of this morning Jessie the stray beagle cross took the bait and was caught in the GSPCA dog trap along the west coast of Guernsey.

The team at the GSPCA have been working since the 28th April to capture and reunite this very nervous rescue dog with her owners.

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Jessie the stray beagle - we continue to work on trapping & monitoring her movements - sightings please call 257261

Submitted by Steve on 13:38, 16th Jun, 2015 | 0

We continue to monitor Jessie the stray beagle cross who is becoming more confident around our trap although still extremely nervous of people.

GSPCA staff and volunteers continue to monitor her movements, feeding and drinking habits and hope to soon be close to catching her for her owners.

Even today we are aware of where she is and team members have been monitoring her.

We are aware that yesterday she moved inland around the Oatlands area, but she is now back on the west coast.

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Jessie the stray beagle - we continue to work on trapping & monitoring her movements - any sightings 257261

Submitted by Steve on 12:23, 13th Jun, 2015 | 0

We continue to monitor Jessie the stray beagle cross who is becoming more confident around our trap although still extremely nervous of people.

GSPCA staff and volunteers continue to monitor her movements, feeding and drinking habits and hope to soon be close to catching her for her owners.

Even today we are aware of where she is and team members have been monitoring her.

We are working closely with Jessie's owners to help in the search of their dog and we all appreciate the wonderful public support and reports so far.

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Jessie the stray beagle - we continue to work on trapping & monitoring her movements - any sightings 257261

Submitted by Steve on 22:50, 11th Jun, 2015 | 0

We continue to monitor Jessie the stray beagle cross who is becoming more confident around our trap although still extremely nervous of people.

GSPCA staff and volunteers continue to monitor her movements, feeding and drinking habits and hope to soon be close to catching her for her owners.

Even this evening we are aware of where she is and team members have been monitoring her.

We are working closely with Jessie's owners to help in the search of their dog and we all appreciate the wonderful public support and reports so far.

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Jessie the stray beagle - reports continue to show she's in the North West of Guernsey & visiting our trap- any sightings 257261

Submitted by Steve on 18:26, 8th Jun, 2015 | 0

Recent sightings continue to show that Jessie is in the North West of Guernsey and we ask anyone that spots Jessie to immediately call us on 257261 and not approach as she will likely run from the area.

Previously Jessie the stray beagle cross has been seen on multiple occasions in and around the St Martins, St Andrews, St Peter Port, Forest, Castel and Vale area and we have been trying to feed her in and around a trap central to her location.

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