After Missing Pet


Dog Missing

Dogs that goes missing, accounts for more then 75% of missing pets. It is the most upsetting thing to owners missing their best friend. There a various reason why a dog will go missing, but we think it is important that we understand a bit about dogs prior to reviewing steps on how to locate missing dogs and the means of preventing such tragedy from happening.

Dogs have been mankind's best friends for over 14,000 years perhaps even more based on historical records. Over this time, dogs have developed into hundreds of breeds with a great degree of variation from sizes, colors, fur coat lengths (short or long haired dogs) and temperaments. Dogs, like humans are highly social animals. This similarity is their overall behavioral structures for their trainability, playfulness, and ability to fit into human household and social situations.

There is a very strong emotional bond between dogs and humans. As a result, dogs are popular as pets and companions. All dogs have great sensitivity of smell, and the tremendous ability to learn complex social behavior and to interpret varied body language and sounds, and like many predators, can react to, and learn from new situations.

For other dog missing information:

Finding Missing Dog : Dog Missing Prevention

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