I know pet owners are sometimes challenged to find your lost puppy dog. Firstly once you’ve determined that your dog has definitely left your residence. I wouldn’t pack up the whole family in an effort to search for the puppy. In addition often pet dogs will return soon after their departure. For instance you want someone at home to contact the others in the event that your dog wanders back home.

I know dogs are curious animals that like to look and sniff around. It’s more likely for a dog to be a few blocks away than a few miles away. Above all else stick close to home for the first part of your search. Best of all be sure to check all the streets in your neighborhood. I would talk to other dog owners and if owner might have seen your pet. It’s more likely that a dog owner will notice a wandering dog than someone who is not a dog lover.

Most importantly when searching the neighborhoods, be sure to call your dog’s name. I know your dog can hear you from a great distance. In addition your dog might be in between houses or behind bushes. For instance don’t rely on just your eyes for finding your dog. If you own a dog whistle or any device that makes a loud noise. If you own other dogs, they might be helpful in finding your lost dog. For example once you’ve exhausted your physical search, it’s time to post lost dog posters. I wouldn’t just put the posters on your street. I would be sure to call your local veterinary offices and animal emergency clinics to see if anyone has brought in a lost dog. For instance canine owners are sometimes challenged to find your lost puppy dog.