Denise Fleck, The Pet Safety Crusader™, shares some of the best practices for helping a lost pet who is injured. This post is part of Lost Pet Prevention Month 2020.
Lost Pet Recovery
We have seven tips for helping your pet return home quickly and safely if he becomes lost. From using social media to spread the word to walking the neighborhood, we’ve got it all.
Losing a pet is stressful, and it can be unclear on what you should be doing in order to find them. This checklist should help you with the process of trying to recover your lost pet.
Posting a lost pet to Facebook groups, and your own Facebook profile, can be very helpful. Craigslist is another online tool that many people turn to.
Here are five things to keep in mind when preparing to create posters.
1. Use phrases that instantly capture people’s attention such as “Lost Dog”.
Creating A Lost Pet Kit
An intersection alert gets people’s attention while they’re passing through an intersection. You will see stores, charities, and schools create intersection alerts to advertise, rally support, and or bring awareness to something.
Today we lead busy lives and it's common for families to have multiple phone numbers. It's important to associate all of the phone numbers, plus any other contacts that may be able to help your pet get home, with your pet. That's not possible with traditional pet ID tags but it is possible with an smart tag that links to a comprehensive online profile.