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How to Find a Missing Dog: 8 Things You Must Do...

It's a terrifying feeling to realize that your dog may have ran away and gotten lost, or worse - was stolen. Ideally, you've listened...

5 Ways to Protect Your Dog from Thieves

As nice as it is to be able to let your dog out into the yard while you get ready for work, it’s can...

TOP #43: Why You Should Microchip Your Dog

Dealing with a lost dog is nightmare no pet owner wants to experience. In this podcast episode on why you should microchip your dog I'm talking with Aimee Gilbreath of Michelson Found Animals, and cover all the details about microchipping dogs and cats.

Lost Dog: How to Cope With Every Dog Owner’s Worst Nightmare

Leave no stone, piece of furniture, cardboard box or loose board unturned in the home, garage or yard before accepting that you have a...

Microchips and Identification Tags: How to Pick the Right One?

Losing your dog is one of the biggest fears for all loving dog owners. We all know this, and with that in mind, it's...

Microchip Technology Brings “Dead” Dog Back to His Family

I know, it sounds like some kind of creepy hoax, but it’s actually a true story. It begins back in 2011 when Ben and...

Dog Missing for 5 Months Returns Home

A Yorkshire terrier named Nicholas went missing from his home in Arizona for over 5 months before he was reunited with his owners, thanks to...

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