Ripon landlord appeals for return of stolen dogs at Christmas

A bereft pet owner has decorated a Christmas tree with the details of stolen dogs to raise awareness a year after his own was cruelly snatched.

Wednesday, 14th December 2016, 10:55 am
Updated Wednesday, 14th December 2016, 1:17 pm
Mr Robinson hopes that because Sky is chipped she will be returned (s).

Mick Robinson’s Rottweiler Sky was taken from her dog run at the Smawthorne Hotel in Castleford on December 2 last year.

Since then Mr Robinson, who used to run the pub, has searched for his dog relentlessly.

A year on, he said: “I’ll never give up.” He hopes that because Sky is chipped she will be returned.

The Christmas tree at the Navigation Inn, Ripon, contains baubles appealing for the return of 38 dogs missing from households across the country (s).

The landlord, who now lives in Ripon, says that an innocent family could have Sky, aged three, without knowing how she was sold after being stolen.

The Christmas tree at the Navigation Inn, Ripon, contains ‘baubles’ appealing for the return of 38 dogs missing from households across the country.

Visit ‘Get Sky Home’ on Facebook to find out more and see pictures.

The Christmas tree at the Navigation Inn, Ripon, contains baubles appealing for the return of 38 dogs missing from households across the country (s).