Best Tips To Find Your Lost Dog

how to find lost dog

Your dog’s personality heavily influences how he reacts in a new environment. A fearful dog will seek a safe hiding place, whereas an adventurous dog will roam. A social dog will most likely go to the nearest park, whereas a highly food motivated dog will most likely go to the nearest dumpster.

Lost dog

Dogs have the ability to travel long distances in a short amount of time. Dogs, on the other hand, can find their way back home before you, so leave your backyard gate open or have someone stay home if you don’t have a yard.

Veterinary Clinics and Animal Shelters 

Inform your veterinarian, other local veterinary clinics in your community and surrounding communities, and all 24-hour veterinary hospitals in the area that your dog has died and that they should contact you if any new information becomes available.

Veterinary Clinics and Animal Shelters 

Make lost dog flyers & print them out, and distribute them to each organization so that it is easy to find your dog and contact you.

Inform to Dog’s Microchip Provider

DOg microchip

If your dog has a microchip, notify the microchip company and make sure they have your current contact information.

You Shouldn’t Be Afraid to Approach Everyone

During your search, notify everyone you see about your missing dog and knock on every door with a picture of your dog. Ask them if you can take a look around their yard; you will inspect it more thoroughly than they will. You’re a dog person.

Bring the Interior to the Exterior

dog food

Leave food and water outside your door when you return home. Place some of your unwashed clothing and your dog’s bedding outside; these are scents that are familiar to your dog. Keep in mind that their nose can tell! If the weather is bad, keep the food and water in a place that is out of the elements but still accessible to a scared dog.

Theft of Dogs

dog theft

Not all missing dogs are lost; if you believe your dog has been stolen, report it to the police as soon as possible. Continue to notify veterinary clinics and shelters, as well as distribute “Lost Dog” posters with a reward for any information.

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Make use of Posters

lost dog poster

Create a poster of a lost dog and distribute it throughout your neighborhood. Displays the poster at local dog parks, bus stops, pet stores, grocery stores, convenience stores, schools, churches, community halls, lampposts, and major intersections. If you have access to sandwich boards, create a large poster to place at the major intersections entering your community.

Dogs have the ability to travel long distances in a short amount of time. Dogs, on the other hand, can find their way back home before you, so leave your backyard gate open or have someone stay home if you don’t have a yard.

Pro tip

 Using social media extensively is one of the most important tips for finding a lost dog. Create a poster and share it on social media and ask your contacts to do the same. Post in your city’s groups for lost pets, dog feeders, and dog walkers.

Shops: Place these in and around the location where your dog was last seen. People are more likely to see and register your flyer in places such as grocery stores, medical offices, and gas stations, among others. Continue to broaden your search area as needed.

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By Michael Caine

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