by Chris Tresch
| WHO TO CONTACT:
- Highway and utility departments--they drive around a lot.
- Mail carriers.
- Newspaper carriers.
- Anyone who makes deliveries in your area.
- Humane societies--go in person and take a photo of your dog or another Sheltie as an example, as many of these groups aren't sure what a purebred dog looks like.
- Animal shelters and welfare groups--see above.
- Rescue groups--not just of your breed--many groups get calls on purebred dogs regardless of the breed.
- Friends and relatives.
- Local kennel clubs or training schools.
- Local vets and groomers.
- Other dog people in your area.
- Local AM and FM radio stations--many radio stations have partyline type shows where you can put the word out about your missing dog.
- Put ads in newspapers (local and surrounding areas).
- If you have friends or relatives involved with Boy or Girl Scouts, contact them to help look.
- The Internet--check the lost and found sections of doggie sites and other lists.
WHAT TO DO:
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