Lost Dog Poster

Click this link to the The Lost Dogs Poster Page where you can open the posters. Thank you, Amanda for donating your time and skills to re-design them. I think your version is awesome and is sure to attract attention.

Epilepsy.

My biggest worry is the epilepsy that both Ajax and Stamp suffer from, and that they have not been seen by a vet for three months. They have had this all their lives, as litter brothers. They seem to suffer more fits in the warm weather. I have been able to monitor them and their vet is very good, but what if the person who has them doesn’t know what to do? What if they take Ajax and Stamp swimming and one has a fit, he could drown!

Both Ajax and Stamp are very nervous dogs, and I have read that these types are harder to get back because people think such xenophobic dogs are victims of abuse. They misread the dog’s natures as caused by a bad environment when this couldn’t be more wrong,

Ajax and Stamp were cared for with devotion and loved like beloved grandchildren. They were not greatly socialised because they spent a lot of time with my sick husband Arthur until, sadly he died, this year.

I didn’t have a lot of time to take them to obedience classes although Ajax and Stamp were walked and taken to the dog park. Especially in the last years of caring for Arthur, I couldn’t take the time for a lot of socialisation,.but Ajax and Stamp were our beloved home companions,

If you know anything about Ajax and Stamp, please remember they love theirfamily and their home. I love them. We know them best and we know their complex medical issues and how to handle their natural timid natures.

Being away from home will stress them and I can assure anyone who has them, when you see them jump into my arms, you will know where they need to be,

Please call Petsearch on 1300 309 004 urgently if you know anything at all about Ajax and Stamp.

Have you seen Ajax and Stamp, my two lost dogs?

Ajax and Stamp are still missing.

Update: 15 August 2011. I have added the lost poster to this site so you can help by printing it out and displaying it in your area, please.

Email: ajaxandstamp@hotmail.com

On 19th July, 2011, my two beloved dogs somehow got out of their yard. They were last seen on that day, running in the playground of the Primary School on Bagsters Road, Salisbury North, in Adelaide, South Australia. They could be anywhere by now, as they did not have their collars on, and some-one may have taken them in as strays. However, they are micro-chipped and registered.

That is the last I have heard of them, and despite reporting them to the council, animal welfare, vets, and posting their details on Facebook and Twitter, they are not back home.

If you see them, please let me know, so my heartbreak and pain of losing my much-loved companions can end, and these dogs can come back to the only home they have ever known. Their mother, Chelsea and father, Trafford, are missing them and their next visit to the vet is soon due.

Ajax is white with a red-head and red base to his tail. He is the taller of the two. being about 36cm or 13 or 14 inches at the shoulder, with floppy ears. He is a de-sexed male, about 8 years old.

Stamp is his litter brother. He is also a de-sexed male of about 8 years old. He is white with a brown tan head and patches on his body and base of his tail. His tan is darker than Ajax. He has a stocky build, is about 133 cm or approximately 12 inches at the shoulder. He has floppy ears.

Dogs, Stamp and Ajax

Front sitting down - Stamp, Rear, Standing - Ajax

ajax

Ajax, the bouncy boy who can catch a treat or chase a ball and hides under the bed when the vet visits.

stamp

Stamp, the puppy whose life I saved when I delivered him. His mum Chelsea, who misses them both so much, could not give birth to her baby without my help.