Basingstoke and Deane Council's attempt to re-unite an adorable collie with her owner has been unsuccessful, the council confirmed on Friday.

The officers have now moved the dog to a rescue home, hoping to find a permanent new home for the lovely canine.


Last week, the council had issued an appeal for the public's help in re-uniting the collie with her owner.

The dog, whose name is not known, was found in Pack Lane, Oakley on April 21.

She does have a microchip, but the details are not up to date.

The tri-colour collie, around five years old, was carrying a pink ball when she was found.

Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council’s Dog Warden Laura Yeates said: “This lovely collie was found on Wednesday 21 April in Pack Lane, Oakley.

"We’ve had such a wonderful response to our appeal to find her owner on social media and I am amazed she has not been claimed yet.

"She is obedient, well-mannered and very loving. Someone must be missing her."

If this is your dog, or you know who it belongs to, please contact BDBC on 01256 844844 or email