A WORRIED owner has had no luck finding her 'elderly' dog Fudge after he went missing during Storm Dennis nearly a week ago.

Chelsea Kerry Ann from Great Hollands discovered her dog went missing after he ran out of the front door when Storm Dennis blew it open.

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She said it was a particularly gusty day last Sunday, February 16.

Fudge has scampered out of the front door and 'gone missing' in the past, says Chelsea.

Since then, she sadly found out that Fudges' microchip was blank, so the website she used to verify it is believed to be a 'scam'.

The worried owner has sent a drone up into the air to get a birds eye view of the area, to see if she can spot her beloved 17-year-old dog.

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Ms Ann said: "There are no further sightings, we even had a drone out yesterday looking round the area but no sightings. We have a tracking dog coming mid-day today to have a look.

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The appeal has been made through the Dog Lost charity and a poster has been shared online.

If you have seen Fudge, contact 07903659936 or 07581796797