What do you do if your dog is lost?
My dog is lost! What Should I Do Now? A very common question of dog-missing guy. Your dog is lost. You are worried and clueless about how to get started to bring your lost dog home. Follow these tips here and I’m sure it will increase your chances of finding your lost dog.
How can I find my missing dog?
- Make sure that your dogs is actually lost or missing – Search your house and back yard completely first. Your dog might just be too distracted by his newfound toy in the yard.
- Search around your neighborhood. Most dogs don’t usually wander off far from their house.
- Use your voice – Call out his name when finding your lost dog. It is a more useful searching tool than your eyes. Dogs can hear a lot better than we do and the distance from which dogs can hear things is four times further than man.
- Ask around during the search – Talk to people especially people walking their dog, because they are the group to be the most concern and take notice with a wandering dog.
- Alert your neighbors and people in your neighborhood that your dog is missing. You can put up a poster at eye level and in areas where people frequent. You can also E-mail your friends to keep a “lookout” for your dog.
- Put up or distribute useful information. A poster with a large “Lost Dog” and “Reward” heading might be most eyes catching. Also remember to include your dog’s name, breed, color, distinct features (if any) and ways to contact you like your phone number.
Before you lost your beloved dog, it’s good to take measures to ensure that you can be located if your lost dog is found – An ID dog tag with microchip would usually be the most efficient and important form of ID for your dog.