Following a recent animal welfare warrant in Shipley Bridge where 20 dogs were seized under the Animal Welfare Act, Surrey Police are now releasing images of these dogs and appealing for their owners to come forward.
On 15th April, Tandridge Safer Neighbourhood Team conducted a warrant at an address in Shipley Bridge. 20 dogs were seized under the Animal Welfare Act and now, as part of our ongoing enquiries, Surrey Police are launching a public appeal to try and locate their owners.
Anyone who believes they can provide proof of ownership in relation to any of these dogs, please contact Surrey Police quoting PR/45210038723 via:
Webchat on their website surrey.police.uk
Calling us on 101.
Please provide the owner’s name and contact details, the dog’s name and microchip number, and the number of the dog you recognise from the slideshow.
Please do not contact Surrey Police with offers to rehome the dogs. As much as they appreciate your kind offers, if the dogs’ owners are not traced they have a rehoming procedure already in place.