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Dog Travelled 113 Miles By Train And A Hunt Is On To Find His Owners

The dog was found in Birmingham station.

A dog found at Birmingham train station is believed to have travelled 113 on by train and the search is now on to find the Doberman’s owners after vets found a microchip.

Rail users at Birmingham station thought that he must be a stray but following the dog being taken to a local vet, he was found to be microchipped and was traced back to Huddersfield, which means that he may have also changed trains at Manchester.

A social media appeal has been launched to try to find the dog’s owners, with a post being put on Facebook by Hilbrae Kennels in Telford, Shropshire, who have temporarily taken him in.

We need your help!This gorgeous dog has ended up in our care. He was found at birmingham new street trainstation and…

Posted by Hilbrae Pets Hotel and Stray Kennels on Thursday, 18 January 2018


If you recognise the dog, you can contact the kennels on 01952 541254. Let’s get him back to his owners.