Bromley care home appeal to find missing dog

PUBLISHED: 16:40 02 October 2018 | UPDATED: 16:40 02 October 2018

Ralph went missing on Saturday, September 29. Picture: Nikki Hinton

Ralph went missing on Saturday, September 29. Picture: Nikki Hinton


A Bromley care home is appealing for the public’s help to find a missing dog.

Ralph the Jack Russell belongs to Harry, one the of the Regency Court’s residents, who misses his dog terribly.

Harry was walking Ralph in the grounds of Regency Court on the afternoon of Saturday September 29 when Ralph got himself tangled in his lead.

When Harry momentarily unclipped him to detangle him, Ralph run off in the direction of Magpie Hall Lane.

Staff have put posters up in the doctors surgery, the golf club, Bromley College and on lamp posts in the hope that someone has seen him.

Member of staff Nikki Hinton said: “Ralph is so special, not only to Harry but to a lot of the residents and staff at Regency Court.

“He brings a lot of joy, and we all hope for a positive outcome.”

If you see Ralph, please call either 0208 464 7250, 07904 242590 or 0208 460 3142.

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