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Become a Doggy Detective

| New Information | November 18, 2014

When you find a dog in an area – please do a bit of local enquiring. It may take some time out of your schedule, but we find many a time someone in the area will recognise the dog. That extra bit of detective work you carry out – could make the difference between the animal finding its home quickly rather than trying to get a place in a shelter.

Not everyone is on Facebook or has access to the internet. Knocking on doors, leaving a note in a letter box and sticking up posters regarding the found animal makes all the difference.

Some dogs are spooked by adverse weather conditions – which we have a lot of here – and there is also fireworks, gunshots and unexpected noises. Please don’t presume that every dog is abandoned.

Become a doggy detective and do a search before you leave the area.

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