The devastated owners of a missing dog, which relies on medication to keep it alive, are appealing to the public to help bring her home.
Betty, a small cross breed white and tan faced Chihuahua/Jack Russell went missing from the Station Road car park in Hailsham, near the Cuckoo Trail, on Sunday (February 2) at 11.45am.
Betty’s owner said: “It is vital this little dog is found.
“She has to take medication or she will die.
“She will not eat or drink and will go into a depression if she is not reunited with her owner and put back onto her tablets.
“There are devastated children missing her terribly.
“She is a loved and cherished member of the family and we need to have her back.
“Please help us find her.
“Betty is spayed and chipped. The police, Dog Warden and all local vets are aware and are helping us look.”
Please call the local police, report to your local Vet, Dog Warden or call Linda on 07876220568 if you see or hear anything.”