Tiny dog missing in Scottish mountains after downhill chase

A search is under way for a missing miniature dachshund cross that broke free from its harness after being chased by another off-lead dog.

The silver, black and tan dapple pet, named Indi, went missing on Ben Rinnes, near Dufftown in Banffshire, yesterday afternoon.

Owner Cara Wilson took to Facebook in a desperate bid to find the dog.

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She explained her dog slipped out of her harness when another dog “went after her” and “chased her downhill for 15 minutes or so before we found the off-lead dog”.

Miniature dachshund cross Indi went missing on Ben Rinnes, Banffshire yesterday afternoon. Contributed.

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Cara added: “She is my entire world, if anyone is in the area please help look for her. We have a few people looking already but no luck since 3pm (Saturday).”

Indi, who is ten months old, is micro-chipped and does not currently have a harness or collar on.

Anyone who thinks they may have seen the dog is asked to contact Cara on 07507815241

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