AFTER YOUR PET GOES MISSING OR THIEF
Alert and Connect the neighbors: Speak to your neighbors – watchmen, kids playing in the street or even those who spend a lot of time in their garden or balconies will be your best bet. They are more likely to spot something useful of Your Pet.
Every pet parent’s worst nightmare, we’re sure your heart is pounding harder than it ever has before and that a hundred things are going through your mind right now. Stop. Take a deep breath, you need to have a clear, practical head and be strong for your dog right now.
Don’t waste time trying to blame someone, you need to act immediately. Since you probably know your pet best, you are in the best position to understand how your pet would behave in this situation. Here are a few things you can do:
Rally together friends: The sooner you get out on the street, the better. Put together a search party and make sure everyone knows how to recognize your dog and brief them on how to approach him/her. Carry treats and biscuits with you. If your pet has a special dog friend in the neighborhood, take the pet along. Split up and cover as much area as possible. Look at your places where a scared dog is most likely to hide, behind flowerpots, under ramp or cars etc.