Owners offering £5,000 reward for safe return of two missing French bulldogs

PUBLISHED: 13:48 24 August 2017

Moet and Pinot

Moet and Pinot


Moet and Pinot were reportedly last seen in Herbert Road

The desperate owners of two French bulldogs who were taken from their home in Bexleyheath are offering a £5,000 reward for their return.

Pinot and Moet escaped from their garden through a foxhole in Stanhope Road, Bexleyheath, on August 17, after their owner Danny Peal let them out.

After a couple of minutes Mr Peal called the dogs to come in, but they had gone.

He said: “From 6.30pm until 11pm I trawled the streets without success and also, incidentally, without shoes and socks as this was such an emergency.

“My partner, Jessica, returned form work and immediately took to social media to seek assistance. As she shared the post about the missing dogs, she came across another post saying that two French bulldogs had been seen chasing each other in Herbert Road but the person who saw them couldn’t stop as she was driving and there was nowhere to park.

“We immediately headed off towards Herbert Road but the dogs had gone. Since that sighting there have been no further sightings.”

Moet is blue with a white chest and she will be two in December.

Pinot is blue sable, and has a blue face with cream feet and her body is blue sable. She also has a stomach condition which requires special food or she will become sick.

Both dogs are chipped and petlog have been notified of their disappearance.

Mr Peal added; “My family are obviously devastated, especially my two children, who visit at the weekends. They both adore the dogs and are inconsolable.

“A reward of £5,000 is on offer for the safe return of Moet and Pinot. We just want our dogs returned, no questions asked, in exchange for the reward.”

Anyone with relevant information is asked to call Mr Peal on 07502123455.

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