Lost a dog in Scottsdale?

If you lost a dog in Scottsdale, Az, or anywhere for that matter it could be a really scary time.  Holding back the tears, you are crazed with what you should do. Time is of the essence and it is time to kick it into high gear to get the word out to everyone you know. Here are some tips to consider if this horrifying occurrence ever happens to you.

1. Immediately start posting on websites like: www.findingfido.com, www.petfinder.com, www.craigslist.com
2. Contact the local vets, groomers, and pet shops in your area.
3. Contact guard gates if you have them in your community.
4. Announce it on your Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin. These days you can really get your alert to spread virally.
5. If you are a client of Bella’s House & Pet Sitting contact us and we will help get the word out for you. You are a part of our family and we want to help. We will help put the word out on our social media and help you hang fliers.

Time is of the essence in these situations. To ensure that your pet IS returned to you safely please consider micro-chipping them. If your pet IS micro chipped confirm that your correct information is on record and that the company is still in business

This information has been provided to you from Bella Vasta, the Pack Leader for Bella’s House and Pet Sitting in Scottsdale AZ. For more information please call 480.330.4552 or go to http://www.bellashouseandpets.com

3 Responses to “Lost a dog in Scottsdale?”

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  • Do you have a similar article for if you FIND a lost or stray dog ? This is a great article for if you have LOST your dog however what about the other end of the coin …. when you’ve FOUND a lost/stray dog.. do you have any tips, advice, suggestions ? Naturally the first is to be safe. Don’t go near the roaming (what looks lost) dog unless it is safe to do so.

    What next would you do ? Would you take it to the pound or vet once you’ve got control of it (in your car or on a leash) ? Or would you look at its tags and call the owner first before going to the vet or pound ? Would you not even approach it + instead call the local animal control + report the roaming dog ? How do you deal with ungrateful owners ?

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