HELP US TO FIND BROOK
It's been a year since chocolate Labrador Brook went missing from the garden of his home in Lancaster. A dedicated band of "Brookies" have not given up hope of him coming home and last weekend Philip Roberts and Jill Burdett from VioVet joined about 50 others on a glorious walk up Nicky Nook in Lancashire to raise both awareness and funds for Labrador Rescue.
We at VioVet have tried to help spread the message to over 200,000 customers and we make a heartfelt plea - if you see a chocolate lab look on his chest for some small white markings and check if his tail has a kink and you could be the one that brings him home and makes his owners Caroline and Aubrey very happy indeed.
Brooke's Facebook page
The five year old chocolate brown Labrador was taken from outside his home in a village in Lancashire in April last year.
His owners Caroline and Aubrey Hoyles are distraught. Not only is he a beloved member of the family but he was also a proposal puppy - presented to Caroline on her birthday with an engagement ring tied round his neck. He was later guest of honour at their wedding.
They are offering a £5,000 reward for information that helps to bring him home.
The couple fear Brook may be being kept for breeding purposes, he is handsome, long limbed with good parentage, or he may have been sold on to a new unsuspecting owner who is totally unaware of his past.
VioVet are contacting over 100,000 customers and hoping just one of the one million plus visitors to our website last year may have seen him. If you can help spread the word through his and your facebook sites. If you have bought or been given an adult chocolate Labrador since last April please check between his front legs for a small flash of white and see if his tail has a slight kink, Brook's two distinguishing marks.
Please see the image below of Caroline and Brook.
You can see how much Brook loves his owners so please keep looking for a Choc Lab with a kinked tail and white splash on chest.
You can email the couple here firstname.lastname@example.org or see more details of Brook via their own website at www.findbrook.co.uk
Click on image to read the full story of why we want to find Brook so much.
Click on You Tube to see Brook's Video Clip Appeal