If you find a lost dog, they are most likely scared or panicked. They are away from home and might act skittish, but still need your help.
lost pet resources
Losing a pet can be a stressful experience, but a Lost Pet Toolkit can be used for finding lost pets.
Prep for the day you find a lost pet just by adding a few items to the emergency kit you keep in your car for your own pets (you have one, right??).
Sure, every doggo is unique and the best pup EVAH. Still, there are some frequent storylines for a dog that's AWOL (absent without a leash).
Vacations put you and your pet out of your familiar comfort zone. This means extra challenges to retrieve a pet that has gone missing during vacation.
These is no Myers-Briggs for dogs, but there are some classic personality traits that can predict HOW they will get lost (if they ever do).
Every year, millions of dogs and cats end up lost. Some are found quickly, but many aren't, land in shelters, and the outcomes are not always so good.
Sure, you're a doggo magnet at every party and you pet ALL the pups at the dog park. But do you know how to help a lost one get home?
There are MANY misconceptions about microchips. One myth is that they will always get a lost pet home. Learn what you DON'T know about microchips.
Guess what the second fastest way is to get your pet home in one day or less (after physically searching)? A physical ID tag on their collar.