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Ask the Westie:
What if My Buddy Gets Lost?

Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Ask the Westie: What if My Buddy Gets Lost?

As the sun starts shining, flowers begin blooming, and parks re-open, the warmer weather of spring is the perfect time to get back outside with your buddy! But more time outside to run free and play can mean more pets going missing. Here are a few tips to quickly find your lost friend, and keep your spring, and theirs, stress free.

Hop to it

The most important part of finding your pup is to not waste days hoping we’ll come back. When we go missing, you to need to act quickly! Simply put, the sooner you begin looking for us, the better the odds are of finding us.

This means searching the neighborhood where your pal went missing, calling our names while checking places we might have gotten stuck, and alerting people in the neighborhood that we’ve gone missing.

File a Report

When it comes to locating a lost pet, remember that you don’t have to find us alone, you can always ask for help. Call in a "lost pet" report to your local animal shelter or animal control authority right away. Some larger cities may have quite a few shelters, so be sure to contact all of them in your area. Overall, make sure there is no shortage of assistance in finding your best friend!

Put it on Paper

A simple and effective way to get the word out about your missing friend is to make "lost pet" posters and fliers using your pet’s photo. But don’t only put them where your buddy went missing, let people know about us with fliers in post offices, libraries, pet supply stores and veterinary clinics.

While these are great ways to find us, try to also place ads in local newspapers to let even more people know how to help find us. And while you’re there, watch out for “found” ads that may report your pet’s discovery.

Identify your Dog

Overall, the best advice is to help stop the search before it starts by properly identifying us with tags and microchips.

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