Finding your lost Beagle:
Its a very scary when your beagle
is missing. There are a few things you
can do to find your lost pet.
Be sure to check around the house.
Look behind couches and under the bed.
Shake your pet’s food dish.
Maybe rattle some treats and call
your beagle. If you clicker train
your dog, try clicking the clicker.
Check out in the backyard, in
your storage shed or garage.
Its always a good idea for your pet to
have an ID tag. If your using microchips remember
to update your phone number and address when you
Ask the Neighbors
As soon as your beagle is missing ask the neighbors
if they have seen or heard anything. Take a picture
of your pet with you. Ask them to look in garages
or storage sheds in case your beagle has been
accidently locked inside.
Drive Around the Block
Check bushes, and shrubs. Beagles live by their nose
and may be tracking a scent.
Places to Call
Call your local animal shelters, the pound and
animal rescue. Then check personally.
Making your lost Pet Poster
Keep it simple “Lost Beagle” as your big bold
headline. Add your picture, with key details,
like, age, sex, weight and distinguishing markings.
Add where you last saw your dog. If seen then list your
phone number, and a neighbor’s number if they can’t get
a hold of you.
Places to Post your Poster
Places like the local Vet office, parks, laundromats,
grocery stores. Ask for permission before you post the flyer.
Pet supply centers are also a good place to place flyers.
PetAmberalert.com is also another good source to
use to help find your beagle. You can upload your picture
and key information about your pet. They post the information
on their facebook page and twitter page.
They have a nationwide petamberalert. You can
have updates done via cell phone. Whether your
beagle is lost or stolen.
Reach out to Facebook and Twitter
You can post that your pet is missing on your facebook profile page.
I have had friends who have found their dogs by simply posting this
on their facebook status update. Use a nice picture.
George Brett recently reached out to his twitter followers
and found his dog.
Feel free to share some of your own ideas
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