She revealed earlier this week that her family’s beloved English Fox Terrier Neddy had gone missing.
And as Lisa Oldfield continues her search, the Real Housewife of Sydney star took to Instagram on Sunday, revealing that her other dog Nellie’s health is quickly deteriorating.
The 42-year-old asked her legion of followers to ‘pray’ after declaring the last few days ‘the single most crap week for our family.’
‘The single most crap week for our family’: RHOS star Lisa Oldfield, 42, asked her Instagram followers on Sunday to ‘pray’ as her English Fox Terrier remains missing
Sharing a throwback photo of husband David Oldfield with Nellie, Lisa began her post: ‘Thanks everyone for your support in trying to find Neddy.
‘When Neddy went missing on Thursday, his little sister Nellie – here with @davidoldfieldau was also lost for a few hours.
‘My father found Nellie in a distressed state. We assumed she was upset that Ned was lost. Nellie’s health quickly deteriorated and she was taken to the vet.
Dire times: Lisa shared a throwback photo of husband David Oldfield and the family’s other dog Nellie, whose health is quickly deteriorating
‘The vet discovered she had been bitten by a red bellied black snake. She’s now in ICU with renal and pancreatic failure.
‘This has been the single most crap week for our family. Please pray for Nellie and keep an eye out for Ned.’
Lisa concluded by encouraging her followers to remember that with the weather heating up, snakes are coming out of brumation, so keep an ‘eye on your pets.’
Missing pet: Earlier in the week, the reality star took to Instagram, offered a $10,000 reward for Ned’s safe return. Lisa wrote: ‘Reward for his #safe return is $10,000. Here he is as a #puppy with his best mate Harry. Thank you so much to all those who’ve been looking and sharing details’
Animal lover: Earlier in the week, Lisa posted a photo of Neddy and revealed she was ‘heartbroken’ after his disappearance
Earlier in the week, the reality star took to Instagram, offering a $10,000 reward for Ned’s safe return.
‘Still no sign of our little #Neddy!’ she captioned a throwback shot of her son Harry with the puppy.
‘Reward for his #safe return is $10,000. Here he is as a #puppy with his best mate Harry. Thank you so much to all those who’ve been looking and sharing details.
‘Please, if you like near the #denman #muswellbrook #jerrysplains region keep a look out for our black and white #English #foxterrier!’
Helping hands: Although her beloved pet is still missing, there’s been nothing but love and support for Lisa in her search
Supportive fans: Lisa’s 30,900 Instagram followers have been offering their support and advice to the mother-of-two