Tips for finding your lost bulldog

Sometimes even with the top care in the world a bulldog or puppy can become lost or even worse stolen from the home, this will of course be a shocking experience for the whole family mainly if your dog as been part of your family for numerous years. Here are some helpful tips should the worse happen and you and your pet become estranged:

Contact your local animal shelter or animal manage agency

The first step you should take when you grasp your dog is missing is to contact your local animal manage agency and shelter. Provide them with a new photograph and as much detail as you can concerning your dogs size, color, weight, and sex, any special or characteristic markings and name of your dog.

Once you have reported it nearby then report it to other animal shelters within a 60 mile radius of your home, also if you have cause to believe your dog or puppy was stolen then report it to the police with a clear report and photograph.

Make a search of your neighborhood

Make a through look for of your neighborhoods immediately and get the help of neighbors and friends to aid you in your search, the new people who know your dog has gone absent then the odds of finding it are greatly increased.

Give people a good account of your dog and if likely a photo of it, don’t forget to include information on how you can be reached if they find your dog. Continue searching your neighborhood every day and don’t give up.


Post a lost dog flyer is as numerous stores as you can, very often local stores will let you post a shot in the window of the shop, include as much information on this as you possibly can and if likely print out a photo of your dog on the flier.

Other places you can post are on websites that specialize in recurring lost pets with their owners and local radio stations. Don’t overlook to give a clear report of your dog along with your name and phone numbers, it may also be valuable offering a reward for the safe return of your dog.

Be cautious of pet revival scams

Very often if you have posted a prize for your dog then some shady people may try to take gain of you and claim they have found your dog in the hope of conning you out of the prize.

The straight person will call you and noticeably identify your dog while offering to return him to you without state at first of the reward; they will typically only state this once your dog has been returned to you. Be very wary of anybody who asks first about the reward before giving you information of the location of your dog.

Never give up hope

Never give up hope of decision your dog even after several months have gone by, dogs have been familiar to be safely reunited with their owners even after many months.