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RSPCA issue appeal after undernourished dog spotted in Leytonstone

The animal welfare charity is looking to speak to its owner amid concerns for the dog’s wellbeing

The RSPCA has voiced concern for an underweight dog that is regularly seen with their owner near Leytonstone leisure centre.

In a public appeal, the animal welfare charity said the dog is often seen with their owner in a play park area near to the leisure centre on the corner of Marchant Road which meets Cathall Road.

The dog, which is grey and white in colour, is often seen with a male believed to be in their 20’s.

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A spokesperson for the RSPCA said: “We would like to talk to the owner of this dog as we’ve had concerns raised about the dog’s weight.

“It could be the dog has health issues and is under a vet already or is an older dog  – but we would like to have a chat with the owner so we can clarify the situation  – or if they might need some extra help or support with the dog we can help them with that.

“We are asking if anyone recognises the dog – or who might know who the owner is – to call us in confidence on the RSPCA inspector appeal line on 0300 123 8018 quoting incident 01245036.

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