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A Bristol couple are trying to lure back their missing dog - by spraying the streets with their own urine.

Jonathan and Louise Baltesz are searching for black labrador Simon, reports The Sun.

They consulted a dog behavioural expert who told them to 'mark' territory in their neighbourhood.

Interior designer Jonathan, 44, and teacher Louise, 43, drew a map of recent sightings of Simon, ten, and sprinkled bottles of diluted urine in trails back to their Bristol home.

Friends and the couple's children Henry, 15, and Clara, 13, are helping to spread the scent.

Louise, who took in Simon from a rescue centre in 2001, said: "It might seem bizarre and embarrassing but we're so desperate to find Simon we'll do anything."

Founder of website doglost.co.uk Jane Hayes, who advised the Baltesz family, said: "A dog's sense of smell is 3,000 times more potent than ours and a lost dog relies on its nose to get home."

An Avon and Somerset Police spokesman said: "Unless somebody finds it offensive then we won't be looking into this. Urinating in streets is an offence but a major part of that is the act of exposing yourself."


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