Pam McCutcheon


My assistant's 10 month old puppy got out of their yard yesterday.  He ran into the street, barely missed getting hit by a car and then was so scared he bolted.  They looked for him for 5 hours but he was nowhere to be found.  He arrived home at 1:30 in the morning scared and shaking and thirsty but otherwise seems ok.  Moral of the story....keep your animals safe!  Make sure they have tags with your address and phone number!!  I would recommend having them microchipped as well. Keep up on their vaccinations in case they get into something if they do escape and go on an adventure.  Have the numbers of the animal shelters and animal control in your area programmed into your phone so you can notify them in the event something aweful like this happens to your pet.  We love our furry family members and need to protect them as much as we can! 

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1. Kelly wrote:
I feel double sorry for the emeolype that was let go. It sounds like the procedures in place made this an easy mistake. A real fix would be to change procedures and hold the animals for a little longer. The dog should have been microchipped as well, but, given the history of this, that may have just been an oversight. I don't agree that there is one person that is at fault in this case.

Sun, September 2, 2012 @ 8:37 AM

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