A young police dog missing from the Clevedon area for 5 days has been found safe and well.
Meg - a Belgian Malinois, which is like a lean version of a German Shepherd - escaped from her kennel last Friday.
The 7-month-old puppy is currently undergoing assessment for use as a general purpose police dog.
We are pleased to confirm that police dog Meg has been found safe and well. We'd like to thank everyone for the RT's and support.
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A young police dog has been missing from the Clevedon area for over two days.
Meg is is being trained as a general purpose police dog and escaped from her kennel on Friday (Nov 6).
Her handler PC Lee Webb says he just wants her back:
Police are appealing for help to find a young police dog that has gone missing in the Clevedon area.
Meg is a Belgian Malinois, which is like a lean version of a German Shepherd. It is infact the short-haired version of the Belgian Shepherd dog and is about the same size as a greyhound.
Meg is seven months old and has a black muzzle, black ears and has a short coat which is foxy brown in colour. She is wearing a red collar.
Meg is currently undergoing assessment for use as a general purpose police dog.
Concern is growing because Meg is fairly timid, is not likely to have eaten and will be frightened by fireworks, which may be let off this evening.
It is possible she may be sheltering in someone’s garden and police are urging people living in the Kenmore Drive area of Clevedon to check garden outbuildings, garages and sheds.
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