Applicable to any U.S. area --
Applicable to some International areas
Lost Pets - attitudes,
Your search will be less difficult if you read this section, since there are many most-important helpful tips within.
A. Attitudes good and bad
B. Stray or not
C. How long will you search?
D. How and where people search E.
F. Handling other error issues
Purebred vs mixed breed H.
Your pet - safe or not I.
Friends, family, neighbors
J. Personal safety issues II. Where lost pets go; animal behaviors;
are many very important details that can be easily overlooked.
Speed, time, distance (dogs, cats,
B. Neighbor pickup C.
Where lost pets go
initially D. Lost pet behaviors
E. Getting trapped
F. When lost away from home
Getting home alone
I. General statistics
J. Humane shelter issues
K. Considerations regarding adoption
L. Veterinary experience in pounds and shelters
M. Human error N.
vs. mixed breed
facility may eventually get your pet and why
Can you find your pet if you don't know the why /
where of ALL facilities?
A. Animal impoundment
C. Timing and disposal D. Research E. System and facility coordination
F. Animal control, shelters, research IV. How to search for a lost pet
Read here a multitude of hidden tips. Your pet
needs one. But which one? A. Search basics B. Search overview
C. Types of animal control
D. How to find pounds and shelters E.
Where and how to search
G. How long to search
Lost Pet Search Schedule, Simplified
Lay out your in-depth schedule to save time and
energy. A. Day One
B. Day Two C. Day Three
D. Day Four
E. "Day Five"
How to change the lost and surrendered pet system
What happens to pets in pounds, shelters, etc.
euthanasia are used?
What can one person
easily do? A. Basic
system B. Guidelines C. Municipality questions
D. Facility questions