A COMMUNITY has rallied together to search for a Doberman after he went missing on Saturday morning.

His dog sitter Caitlin Moriarty is appealing to the public to keep an eye out and report sightings to a community WhatsApp group.

Ryder went missing from Cadmore End and is believed to have travelled at least five miles away.

He has an AirTag attached to his collar with the last location at Druid's Hutt, Towerage Lane near West Wycombe.

This last sighting was at 3pm on Saturday, February 18.

Caitlin said: "We are leaving our scent at that location and at home in Cadmore End. Posters are going up everywhere we can put them!

"He went missing from his home (holiday home as I’m his dog sitter) in Cadmore End around at 10am on Saturday morning.

"He is not aggressive and ears and tail are not docked. As AirTag isn’t working we presume he’s out somewhere without a signal around that location. 

"A search is ongoing. Ryder could be anywhere around High Wycombe, West Wycombe, Stokenchurch, Lane End, Cadmore End and all surrounding areas. Please keep att look out for him on your travels."

Bucks Free Press: Missing poster Missing poster (Image: Caitlin Moriatry)

Ryder is described as a black and tan-coloured Doberman and is three-year's-old.

He has average recall and will bark when called.

The missing poster said he's wearing three collars with one including an Apple AirTag attached to it.

There is a reward of £1,000 to the person who finds Ryder. Contact 07825787469 if you have any information.