Category Archive: Lost Dogs

Aug 17

Finding your Lost Dog

Deaf dogs have a whole new set of problems. Calling their name or whistling is useless. Also they cannot hear traffic, so it is vital that they are located as soon as possible.

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May 28

Identify your Dog!

If you are buying a new puppy, buy an ID disc beforehand. If you are planning on moving home, get your dog’s new ID disc ahead of time, and put it on their collar, along with the old disc until after you have moved, then simply remove the old disc.

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Mar 30

Mandatory Microchipping

It is a good idea to ask your vet to scan your dogs once a year to ensure that the chip has not “migrated” or ceased to function. Chips have a limited life, somewhere around 7 years, I am told, so if they cease to operate, you may have to have another chip inserted.

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Dec 31

Mandatory Microchipping

Every dog owner in England will have to microchip their animal from 6 April 2016 under plans intended to cut a rise in strays. The microchips will be coded with owners’ details, and owners who do not comply could face fines of up to £500.

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Sep 09

Dogs’ ID Discs

Identification discs are a must, and should contain your name (not your dog’s name), address (not just the postcode) and your telephone number (your mobile number is a good idea if you are out searching for your pet) and also your vet’s number in case of accident.

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Feb 17

Finding a Lost Dog

After your initial search proves fruitless, return home and take time to enter their details on the DogLost website where you can enter details of your dog and where he was lost as well as your mobile contact details (you will be out looking for him). You can also print posters so you can return to the area and advertise so other dog walkers can keep a lookout for him.

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Jan 11

Missing Cavalier

It is devastating to lose your dog, pass this poster around, let’s see if we can reunite her with her owners.

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Jan 07

Dog found – Skelmersdale

FOUND 06.01.13 Off Spa Lane in Skelmersdale Lancashire outside Ken Abram Haulage Yard WN8. Young Black & Tan Female Terrier Cross.

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Jan 05

New Year’s Resolution – Ensure Your Dog’s ID disc is up to date – and readable!

An open door can see you searching the streets for your beloved pet. Identification discs are a must, and should contain your name (not your dog’s name), address (not just the postcode) and your telephone number (your mobile number is a good idea if you are out searching for your pet) and also your vet’s number in case of accident.

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Dec 28

Stolen Dog

STOLEN – 5 month old female Norwegian Elkhound taken from the Murton area (County Durham)

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