- Daisy went missing four weeks ago from Warren Lane, Clophill
- She needs daily epilepsy medication
- Retired grandfather is offering a £1,500 reward for return of much-loved pet
by Victoria West
Published 16:00 Tuesday 24 March 2015
A cash reward is being offered for the safe return of a much loved epileptic dog that has been missing for four weeks.
The owners of Staffordshire bull terrier Daisy fear she may have been snatched as her disappearance is completely out of character.
Now owner – 74 year old grandfather Sidney Weaver – is offering a £1,500 reward for the pet’s safe return.
The six year old dark chocolate brindle dog went missing as Sidney did the gardening at a relative’s garden in Warren Lane, Clophill.
Sidney’s grand-daugher Amy Weaver said: “My grandad is retired. He goes to my auntie’s house to help maintain the gardens every day. Dasiy goes with him everyday. He was working on the garden and she was there one minute and gone the next. It’s completely out of character for her.”
The family employed the help of a dog tracker without success and there have been just three possible sightings of Daisy since she went missing on February 25.
She was diagnosed with epilepsy after suffering a fit as a puppy, which means she needs daily medication.
Amy said: “The vet [says] she may never have another fit but it is when she is not having the medication and when she is stressed that she might have one.”
Daisy’s disappearance has left Mr Weaver, who is due to celebrate his 75th birthday next week, [heartbroken]. Amy said: “He retired with her. He bases his [whole] day around that little [dog]. She is his best friend. He is absolutely beside himself.
“Please, please just bring her home or give her to a dog rescue place so that we can get her home.
“No questions asked, the money will be given to whoever brings her home.”
If you have information regarding Daisy’s whereabouts contact Amy on 07901 332871.