Print this page and fill out your local numbers to keep
it as a resource in the case of an emergency. Have in a safe easily
accessible place. (Refrigerator)
Local Emergency Numbers
My Local Veterinary Emergency Clinic: __________________________
When you call, they will want to know the age, breed, sex, and weight of your pet
as well as what he ate, how much, and when he ate it. If possible, it is important to
have the package label from the poison available during the call.
ASPCA National Animal Poison Center - there is a $ 65.00 charge per case that
allows as many follow -ups as necessary.
Credit card: VISA, MC, Discover, or American Express
1-888-299-2973 – for Follow-up calls
ASPCA Animal Poison Control
Lost Pet Recovery Services
Call your local police and Animal Control, local shelters, emergency clinics,
humane societies, and any service that provides identification for your pet.
Your Local Police #:___________________________
Your Animal Control / Dog Warden #: ________________________
Local Shelters #:__________________________________
Local Shelter #________________________________________
Immediately place flyers in all areas with your phone numbers
You can also place a notice on Steve Caporizzo's Pet Connection
on Facebook. Also, look on Facebook for other local sites to post your lost pet.
Keep track of all sightings on a map
If you have several sitings in a close area, cook bacon, liver, etc. on a hibachi.
Leave the bacon, dog food, etc there and sprinkle ground with flour to see
what tracks are left.
If you believe it is your dog, the Animal control officers will allow you to borrow
their Have - a - Heart Trap. Tie a piece of good meat to the back of the trap.
Check the trap often, especially in winter / ask someone in the area to watch it.
National Dog Registry. 800-NDR-DOGS