Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Dog Safety - Don't Lose your Dog Friend

Lost Dog?

A sweet girl joined our household for  a moment, we hope. Karl and I found her wandering on the highway and brought her home and spent the rest of the day - posting, visiting police, and letting people know about "good girl". Without tags we don't even have a name to call her.

"I am a sweet loving family member without a voice to tell anyone who I am or where I live. Please make sure you tagged your pets to help people who help your animals find their way home."


Ideas to help find a lost dog.

  1. Make sure your pet has identification - PET'S NAME, PHONE, CITY
  2. Keep a current PET ID form in your car with a picture of you pet and yourself to prove identity
  3. Make a poster of your pet and post in local areas - launder mat, near stop signs
  4. Contact local animal shelters, police, veterinarians and drop off your poster
  5. Post on social media to friends, neighbors and family
  6. Pet Amber Alert - Yes it really does exist.
  7. When you find you pet call and thank the people who helped you.

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