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What do I do if my dog is lost?

Undoubtedly, this is a concern of every pet lover: what to do and how to act in case my dog gets lost.


Undoubtedly, this is a concern of every pet lover: what to do and how to act in case my dog gets lost.

There may be several reasons why escape: an oversight when closing the door, a mischief, a time of heat, etc. The important thing is to stay calm and act quickly. It is vital to mobilize without wasting time.

If I had the ID chip on, the first step would be to report it to the local police. Second, tell your veterinarian to share the information with his colleagues and his database of other contacts. And ask family and friends who can, to collaborate in the search.

Surely you will have on the necklace the little clad placed with our phone, so we have to be vigilant if anyone gets in touch. There must always be someone in the house, in case he returns alone or with a neighbor who saw him wandering without us and does us a favor to bring him in.

We have to go through the usual places where he walks, over and over again.

Contact us with the animal protection society and any association we have near our home that deals with lost dogs and/or street dogs. Leave in all places that we visit our data and characteristics of our pet with photo. Announce the disappearance on all social networks within our reach. And it is very important not to lose faith that he will return to us sooner or later.

And when we get it back, we have to warn everyone that we have already found it and thank for the solidarity search. If something characterizes us Argentines is SER SOLIDARIO.

Publication Date: 03/06/2018

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