Dog reunited with owners after being found in Richmond Park

By Heather Nicholls

23rd Oct 2023 | Local News

A dog has been reunited with its owners after being found in Richmond Park. (Photo Credit: Royal Parks Police).
A dog has been reunited with its owners after being found in Richmond Park. (Photo Credit: Royal Parks Police).

A dog has been reunited with its owners after it was found in Richmond Park yesterday.

The dog was found near Richmond Gate by some park users who handed the dog over to one of The Royal Parks cleaners who then contacted PC Christmas and PC Browne who happily went and collected the dog.

The dog had no collar with owner details and no microchip was detected.

A spokesperson from Royal Parks Police said: "The dog then happily joined us for two hours' worth of patrolling hoping that we would find the owner, but no such luck.

"The dog was very cute and happily snuggled up in PC Browne's lap whilst on patrol…..after stopping a few drivers, we did have to tell them not to think about running as we had a vicious police dog on board."

Someone from Battersea Dogs Home collected the dog and he has now been reunited with his owners.

     

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