The Radlett community and areas nearby have came together in an attempt to find a missing dog, named Boba, a Greek hare hound, who was last seen at Radlett Cricket Club.
On February 9, the dog’s owners reported him missing, which led to an outpour of community support with drones and sniffer dogs being involved in the search, as well as people all around the local area.
Charlotte Bevans, a volunteer involved with the search, said: “In these difficult times with the COVID-19 pandemic and the coldest weather on record the community have come together, to help find local dog Boba. We have local sniffer dogs from Paw Behaviour Dog Training going out scenting to find Boba.
“Shenley, Radlett and Elstree people are out searching everywhere and won’t give up. The owners are staying strong and not giving up hope.
“Hope is all we have right now on these difficult times, and they want to thank those that have helped and to ask people if they can look out for Boba as dog theft is also on the rise.”
Charlotte has informed us that the dog will currently be in survival mode and will be scared and nervous, so is asking people that if they do see Boba, do not chase him.
For more information, or if you would like to help, contact the owners on 07590261169.