Couple’s beloved Springer Spaniels have still not been found

Dundalk couple, Siobhan and Damian Walsh are heartbroken as there is still no sign of their dogs Duke and Daisy, despite the two Springer Spaniels being missing for over two weeks.

Dundalk couple, Siobhan and Damian Walsh are heartbroken as there is still no sign of their dogs Duke and Daisy, despite the two Springer Spaniels being missing for over two weeks.

The couple, who last saw their beloved pets in the Faughart area on February 2nd, are now offering a reward of 1,000 euro for the safe return of their dogs.

“Duke and Daisy are part of our family” said Siobhan who lives in Kilcurry with her husband Damian, “it may sound corny but they are like our children.

“We are offering a reward for their safe return.

“No questions asked, just give us our dogs back and we will hand over the reward. We just want them home where they belong.”

Siobhan has set up a Facebook page called ‘Missing Duke and Daisy’ to help spread the word around the country and the page has over 6,000 “likes” as people from all around the country try to help reunite the local couple with their dogs.

If anyone has any information you can contact the couple on 086 4006258 or 086 2692416.

Both dogs are brown and white and had on black collars with ID tags on.

Duke is a normal sized adult springer and Daisy is petite for her breed. Dukes tail is docked and Daisy has a long white tail.