Appeal to trace dog missing from Harpenden home

PUBLISHED: 11:52 15 March 2012

Jesse has been missing since February 29

Jesse has been missing since February 29


A HARPENDEN woman is appealing for help in tracing her beloved dog, which has been missing for two weeks.

Jesse, a Jack Russell cross Patterdale terrier, escaped from the back garden of a home in Willow Way, Harpenden, on February 29.

Distraught owner Jade Rolt has pleaded for anyone with information about Jesse to get in contact.

She said: “She escaped from my back garden at approximately 1.20pm and hasn’t been seen since. I’ve rang around and I’ve put a number of posters up to try and find her.”

Jesse is a young female adult and is tan coloured with white patches.

Anyone who has any information about Jesse can contact Jade on 07742957896.

Jade continued: “I would be very grateful for any help on this, as she is much loved and missed.”

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