How to find a lost dog?
Of course, we live in big cities, but sometimes everything is lost.
How to find a dog that was lost in the forest during rest, hunting, fishing?
On the twelfth day of searching in a very dense forest, already losing my sanity and hope, I ran into a pair of hunters. According to their stories, they often lost hunting dogs in the forest, but they always found them. What they told me more than once helped the dogs and their families to be together again.
The owner should take the thing that wore at least one day, the longer, the better, so that the lost dog could smell the "native" smell. We need to put and leave this thing where the dog was last seen. If the dog had a cage and a favorite toy, you can also leave them there, if space permits. It is necessary to place announcements about the loss where they are not torn off.
You also need to leave a bowl with water, because, most likely, your dog has no access to water. But you do not need to leave the food, as it will attract other animals that your dog should avoid. Come to this place every day or check regularly if possible. If you are lucky, the dog will be waiting for you there.
I was skeptical and doubted that the dog would discover our thing despite the fact that it didn’t hear me call it as loud as I could for the whole 12 days ... But when I came back the next day, she sat there!
I hope this helps someone who has lost his friend.
Additional tips for finding a dog or animal
Be sure to attach to the collar or a capsule or tag with the phone and address, as well as the phrase "for a substantial reward."
If the dog is gone, on the same day make 100 color photos (~ 300 rubles) write behind your phone and distribute them to all the dog lovers you meet during the search. Dog lovers are the only people who really understand the severity of the loss and will definitely help.
Advertise with a photo on local cable television, as a rule they broadcast them for free.
Advertise with a photo in the local newspaper a month in advance.
Post ads with a photo in all nearby (up to 20 minutes by car) veterinary clinics, as well as warn their staff and leave them a photo.
Warn the staff of all stray dog shelters that you can find, leave them a photo.
Warn the leadership of your club, RKF, RFOS and other dog organizations.
Be sure to place ads on the loss on several specialized sites on the Internet, do not underestimate the Internet, now it is very effective.
Make an advertisement with a photo (greatly increases the chances) and hang it first of all at stores, pharmacies, garages, parking lots, bus stops and places with the most crowded people.
Ask as many friends as possible to help you find a dog. Divide the search area between all equally, but so that the most likely would get you.
Try to look for the dog immediately at the first hour near the place of loss, while it is better to walk and call loudly (or whistle if your dog responded to whistling earlier) than drive a car and look out the window.
Give a photo of the dog to all met police patrols with the promise of reward. As a rule, they patrol the area a lot and there is a chance that they will see your dog.
During the day, the average dog leaves at about the distance of the 1st district.
If your dog has ever traveled with you in public transport, then find the control room of all buses passing through the area and leave there a photo with a request to show all drivers (control rooms are usually at the terminus).
After the dog is found on the same day, show it to a good veterinarian.
Don't get lost and if that happens, find out soon