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Your Missing Pet

When Fido gets lost, it’s every pet owner’s nightmare. Your dog is outside facing the elements and all alone in a world of danger around them. You don’t know where they are or how to find them!

It sounds like you’re in some tough times now, losing your best friend is no easy feat. I want to help make it a little bit easier for you! With these helpful resources and information about what to do after they go missing, we’ll find them together!

Most dogs just love to explore and some breeds are more prone to straying further than others. Hunting dogs like beagles are even more adventurous than other kinds of dogs and will quickly stray out of sight.

It’s not just hunting dogs that can go missing. Dogs and cats escape all the time. Whether it’s the dog that escapes underneath your feet as you open the door or the cat that has escaped over the weekend. Pets also face all kinds of dangers while traveling with their owners.

If your pet does get lost finding them soon will reduce the threat of serious harm coming to them. A pet that is lost after nightfall has significantly less chance of being found safe and returned alive. The cold temperatures and dangers of traffic are increased and your pet becomes more vulnerable to attack by wild animals too.

If this all sounds like a nightmare to you there is a method of keeping track of your pet that might alleviate your worries. Using satellite technology you can keep tabs on where your pet is. GPS technology is not new for cars and boats but for pets, it’s pretty new. Global Positioning Systems can now be used to keep track of your dog or cat.

The system uses governmental surveillance techniques with satellites; enabling a Mobile System for Communications (GSM). This means you can use your phone or laptop to keep track of anything from your car to your dog. You will need a service provider that relays the information in order to be able receive it and pay them accordingly.

A tracking device can be attached to your dog’s collar; so it doesn’t hurt or hinder them in any way. Except for curbing that adventurous spirit a bit! The system is very personalized – you can set perimeters and zones and you can change them as you travel or even move house to house. These “safe zones” can be set so you are alerted whenever your pet leaves an area determined by you.

If you choose GPS; remember it is only effective as part of a wider strategy. There’s no substitute for proper training but there are some tools you can use to make your pet safer.

But what if your pet is lost now – and he/she does not have a GPS collar to help you locate your loved one. In that case, you need to contact me. Through the use of my intuitive and connecting nature, I can communicate with your animal and help you find where he or she is. Time is of the essence, so contact me now.

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