Jack Russell found in Harold Hill
The owners of a young female Jack Russell terrier are being sought after she wandered into a house in Harrow Crescent, Harold Hill, on Tuesday.
The Havering and Harold Hill branch of the RSPCA is looking after the dog, which is under three years old.
Maddie Wallace, branch manager of the charity’s Campbell Clinic in Chippenham Road, said: “She’s in a fantastic condition. It’s almost like she’s run straight out of somebody’s house. She’s obviously been well looked after.
“I seriously thought we’d find her owner within 24 hours. We hoped we would find a microchip.
“If a dog is chipped, we can contact the owner straight away and let them know that their pet has been found, and can have them back home safe and sound within hours.”
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