Five-and-half-month-old Buddy the Beagle from Segensworth has gone missing in Hundred Acres Wood near Wickham

THE owner of a beagle that went missing on Sunday is ‘grateful’ to everyone who is helping to look for her beloved pet.

Tuesday, 26th November 2019, 2:01 pm
Updated Tuesday, 26th November 2019, 3:34 pm
Buddy the Beagle went missing on Sunday from Hundred Acres Wood near Wickham

Sarah Wilde from Segensworth near Fareham was out for a walk with her five-and-a-half-month-old beagle Buddy on Sunday around 2pm when he was spooked and ran off near the West Walk car park at Hundred Acres Wood.

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The 27-year-old said: ‘A large family that was being loud walked towards us and Buddy got a bit nervous and then their dog ran after him and he ran off. I have been out day and night trying to look for him and people have been out with trackers trying to find him.’

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Buddy the Beagle went missing on Sunday from Hundred Acres Wood near Wickham

Sarah posted about her missing pooch on Facebook and has received hundreds of shares.

She said: ‘I am so grateful to everyone who has shared it and everyone who has gone out looking for him. He is my first dog and I hope we can find him.’

Anyone who finds Buddy the Beagle, who is micro-chipped and has an identity tag on his collar, is asked to call Sarah on 07765691610.

Buddy the Beagle went missing on Sunday from Hundred Acres Wood near Wickham

A sandy coloured dog was spotted in Denmead but it was not confirmed to be Buddy.