Friends call on Herald readers to help find Pixie and Cookie

L-R: Pixie and Cookie are best of friends, just like their owners Beccy and Helen

L-R: Pixie and Cookie are best of friends, just like their owners Beccy and Helen - Credit: Beccy Barrett

Anxious dog owners and best friends Beccy Barrett and Helen West are appealing to readers for help finding their beloved pets, Pixie and Cookie, who have been missing for more than three weeks.

The pair were last seen on Wednesday, January 27 at  Smiths Farm in Northmostown and are believed to have headed East towards Sidmouth.
Pixie is an eight-year-old border terrier/pug cross and is white with brown spots. Cookie is a small black and tan coloured terrier, aged seven years old.

Pixie is an eight-year-old border terrier/pug cross and is white with brown spots

Pixie is an eight-year-old border terrier/pug cross and is white with brown spots - Credit: Beccy Barrett

Cookie is a small black and tan coloured terrier, aged seven years old

Cookie is a small black and tan coloured terrier, aged seven years old - Credit: Beccy Barrett


Both dogs are chipped and were wearing matching pink collars.
Beccy and Helen said: “We would like to thank the whole community who have been so supportive. We have received hundreds of messages and everyone we meet who have been out looking have been amazing!”.
If you have spotted Pixie or Cookie then call Helen or Beccy on 07967111437 or 07837419733 or email sidmouth.editorial@archant.co.uk

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