Despite their keen animal senses, it’s possible for pets to get disoriented
and wander far from home. No matter the reason for their disappearance,
it can feel as devastating as a pet’s death when your furry friend
is lost. To help increase your chances of tracking down your pet, use
Make posters to put around town.
As soon as think that your pet could be lost, start the process of finding
her by making posters. Keep your posters simple, use a large font, and
make a decent amount of them so that you can post your lost pet signs
throughout your neighborhood. Include a brief description of your pet,
including her size, coloring, breed, and name. Also, offer a reward while
not stating a specific amount and include your phone number.
Talk to your neighbors.
you haven’t seen your pet in days, she could still be somewhere nearby. To increase the chance of you locating
your lost dog or cat, speak with each of your neighbors individually.
When doing so, pass out notecards or additional posters that include your
contact information and a description of your pet.
Call your pet’s name.
Hearing your voice and her name can be enough to help her find her way
back to your house. Dawn and dusk provide the best chances of your pet
hearing you and of you spotting her, so use these hours to scour your
area, either by foot, bike, or car, and slowly circle back over each location
that you try.
Check animal shelters and clinics.
It’s not uncommon for lost pets to end up in local shelters and veterinary
hospitals. Call clinics that are both local and out of your area. Also,
it’s important to visit, rather than call, local pet shelters every
day and look through the animals.
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