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6 Tips for Finding Your Lost Dog


We hope your dog never goes missing, but it’s an unfortunate reality that dogs can, and do, wander or run away. Rather than get caught off-guard, why not start preparing now? That way, if you do find yourself searching for a lost dog, you’ll know how to get them back home as fast as possible.
 

Here are tips for finding a lost dog.

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Topics: Dog, Finding lost pets, Lost Pet, Lost poster, Cat

Tips For Finding A Lost Pet


We hope that none of your pets go missing, but if they do the tips below may just help you find them. Keep in mind throughout all of this, the more people you can enlist to help your search, the better.

Start close to home: Keep in mind that a missing pet may actually be trapped somewhere inside your home, garage, yard shed, or somewhere else on your property. Give a thorough search, and consider carrying some of your pets favorite treats or toys with you while you do.

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Topics: Dog, Finding lost pets, Lost Pet, Lost poster, Cat

Why You SHOULDN’T Use Acepromazine For Cats and Dogs With Fireworks or Thunderstorm Fears


Scaredy Cats and Frightened Fidos

A heartbreakingly large number of cats and dogs suffer terrible fear and anxiety from fireworks displays and thunderstorms.

Unfortunately, many of these pets are still given a medication called acepromazine (or as it’s more commonly called… “Ace”) in an effort to help them through these terrifying events.

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Topics: Summer Pet Safety Tips, anti-anxieties for dogs, 4th of July, Lost Pet, Fireworks, Anxiety in Dogs, Blog, Anxiety in Cats, Sedatives, Noise Phobias, Acepromazine, Thunderstorms

Lost Dogs (and Cats): Your pets versus 4th of July fireworks


Do you know what day is historically one of the busiest days of the year in animal shelters all across the US?
– It’s July 5th!

Do you know why? Yup, you guessed it… fireworks!

In reality though, that’s only partially right. The real reasons are a bit more involved than just “fireworks.” And to truly do something about the staggering number of pets that wind up in shelters each year on July 5th, it’s important that you be aware of these reasons. Of course, it’s even more important that you’re aware of and take the easy steps to prevent your cats and dogs from becoming lost and also increasing your chances of being reunited with them should your preventive efforts fail.
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Topics: Finding lost pets, Independence Day, Thundershirt, Dog Stress, Microchip, Fourth of July, Animal Shelters, ID Tags, Dog appeasing pheromone, 4th of July, Lost Pet, Fireworks, Fence for your dog, Feliway for cats, Dog GPS, DAP, Canada Day, Guy Fawkes Day, Shelters, Anxiety in Dogs, Fence your yard, Blog

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Please do not ask emergency or other specific medical questions about your pets in the blog comments. As an online informational resource, Preventive Vet is unable to and does not provide specific medical advice or counseling. A thorough physical exam, patient history, and an established veterinary-patient-client relationship is required to provide specific medical advice. If you are worried that your pet is having an emergency or if you have specific medical questions related to your pet’s current or chronic medical conditions, please contact or visit your veterinarian, an animal-specific poison control hotline, or your local emergency veterinary care center.

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