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Found vizla on Clements road
Nov 5th, 2016 at 12:52pm
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Hi just helping my cousin find the owner of a vizla he found on Clements road this morning .any info on finding the owner would be great thanks .
  
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Reply #1 - Nov 5th, 2016 at 3:12pm
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It should be micro chipped?? Vet should be able to help
  
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He had it to the vet but it's not chipped and it had no rego tag and no tattoos thanks for the tip though
  
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bg wrote on Nov 5th, 2016 at 3:35pm:
He had it to the vet but it's not chipped and it had no rego tag and no tattoos thanks for the tip though


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My Vizsla isnt chipped simply because i had my retriever done and it doesnt work. They mentioned a dodgy batch of chips at the time but when they looked up when he was done it didnt line up with the bad batch. For that reason i couldnt see the point.
Picking his collar was probably removed for the hunt if that is what they were doing. Other wise it should of had his tags on.
  

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Reply #6 - Nov 6th, 2016 at 6:30pm
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Any news??
couldn't think of anything worse than leaving my boy behind out there...
they usually pretty good at nosing their way back Undecided
  

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Reply #7 - Nov 6th, 2016 at 6:57pm
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No nothing yet hopefully someone comes forward soon . I think he's done everything he can to find the owner so guess it's just a waiting game and hope the word gets to the right person .
  
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Reply #8 - Nov 7th, 2016 at 9:52am
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She is a small world someone will know someone.  Hopefully you pick up a box of beer for your efforts!

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Re: Found vizla on Clements road
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Malhunting wrote on Nov 6th, 2016 at 3:59pm:
My Vizsla isnt chipped simply because i had my retriever done and it doesnt work. They mentioned a dodgy batch of chips at the time but when they looked up when he was done it didnt line up with the bad batch. For that reason i couldnt see the point.
Picking his collar was probably removed for the hunt if that is what they were doing. Other wise it should of had his tags on.

The point is chipping of dogs is a legal requirement , like registration , and when registering the chip number is required . If the chip didn't work you would be liable for a free replacement .
I had my dogs chipped before it was compulsory because it is a way home for a lost or stolen dog .
  

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Re: Found vizla on Clements road
Reply #10 - Nov 7th, 2016 at 10:15pm
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Malhunting wrote on Nov 6th, 2016 at 3:59pm:
My Vizsla isnt chipped simply because i had my retriever done and it doesnt work. They mentioned a dodgy batch of chips at the time but when they looked up when he was done it didnt line up with the bad batch. For that reason i couldnt see the point.
Picking his collar was probably removed for the hunt if that is what they were doing. Other wise it should of had his tags on.

it does work,maybe you dont like ya dog that much to go to the effort of getting it chipped,i know of several dogs that have been flogged/lost from around here and have been returned only because they have been picked up and the chips read by dog control in other parts of the country.its real easy to take your dog down to the pound and see if the chips readable each year-the vets will check it out too for no charge

  
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Re: Found vizla on Clements road
Reply #11 - Nov 7th, 2016 at 10:21pm
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This seems a bit weird.
1: most people that own a viszla are responsible.
2: what was it doing roaming in an area full of 1080.
3: the average viszla owner would be frantically running around looking for it, and would of checked sika lodge.

Maybe it's been dropped by the same crowd that dropped the Sheila on the island in the Hauraki gulf......
  
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Re: Found vizla on Clements road
Reply #12 - Nov 7th, 2016 at 10:40pm
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I've just posted the link to a contact in the NZ Vizsla Club - most of them know of everyone who owns registered pedigree Vizslas - hopefully word of mouth gets round quickly and the poor pooch is reunited with a no-doubt very worried owner.
Lost my Vizsla for 8 x days (freaking local Dog Ranger's assistant picked him up wandering from home and locked him up in the pound) - Dog Ranger checked his register - "No - no Viszla in my pound" he told me - his #$@! assistant hadn't told the Boss - and it appears he was going to try to pinch him. I checked as last resort - all walled up against viewing but one night I whistled him to "talk up" and he fair bellowed and howled = reunited! and some stiff words with the Ranger about his "assistant"  Angry
  
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Re: Found vizla on Clements road
Reply #13 - Nov 8th, 2016 at 7:11am
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Maddoghunter wrote on Nov 7th, 2016 at 10:21pm:
This seems a bit weird.

2: what was it doing roaming in an area full of 1080.


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That was my first thought, I wouldn't be taking a dog anywhere near the place.

  
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Re: Found vizla on Clements road
Reply #14 - Nov 8th, 2016 at 11:56am
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Maddoghunter wrote on Nov 7th, 2016 at 10:21pm:
This seems a bit weird.
1: most people that own a viszla are responsible.
2: what was it doing roaming in an area full of 1080.
3: the average viszla owner would be frantically running around looking for it, and would of checked sika lodge.


Maybe it's been dropped by the same crowd that dropped the Sheila on the island in the Hauraki gulf......



Spot on,  who drives home without a Visla?
  

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