Losing your Goldendoodle can be devastating. Unfortunately, many dogs get lost every year. What’s even sadder is the fact that some of them never find their way back home. This is why it’s so important to know how to avoid losing your Goldendoodle, or at least be prepared to make sure he or she can be found.

The following post shares some helpful tips on how to do this:

10 Tips To Insure You Never Lose Your Dog

One of a dog owner’s biggest fears will always be losing their pet. Losing a pet is like losing a child and is an experience no one should ever have to go through. July is National Lost Pet Prevention Month and serves as an important reminder to make sure your pet stays safe and does not get lost. Even if you believe you are the safest pet owner, it’s always smart to make sure you have a checklist in case something happens. Here are ten vital tips to insure you will never lose your precious pup. Read more at Dog Time…

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Of all the gifts that technology offers Goldendoodle owners, microchips rank at the top when it comes to dog safety, as discussed in the above post. If your Goldendoodle is not already microchipped, it’s important to schedule an appointment with your vet as soon as possible to get this done.

It’s an effective way to not only find your dog, but also claim it as your own should there be any dispute. If you’re still wondering whether you should introduce that tiny foreign object in your Goldendoodle’s body, here is a story that might steer you in the right direction:

What to Do If You Find a Lost Dog

Just a few weeks ago, John and I were driving back home from a restaurant dinner. About halfway home, we saw a man and woman on the sidewalk, both looking down a busy street and pointing. Before we got any closer, I had already guessed what they were watching: a lost dog.

Sure enough, a Lab mix was running up and down a busy street, darting on and off the sidewalk, back and forth onto the road.

John and I drove past the dog then I hopped out to sit on the sidewalk with a Styrofoam box of leftovers. What dog could resist a cheese enchilada, right? Read full post at Dog Tipper…

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With the right measures in place, you should be able to keep your Goldendoodle safe and within reach no matter what happens. Sometimes, however, you won’t be the one losing yours, but the one finding someone else’s dog. With the high number of lost dogs, this is a more likely occurrence than losing your Goldendoodle. If you find a dog, here are a few things you should know:

Owners Break Down During Reunion With Lost Dog

Kelly Thomas and her husband were involved in a car crash in July 2013. Their dog, Bear, fled the scene.

The couple took all the proper steps to try and find him, but the search seemed hopeless. For two years, they thought that their beloved rescued pooch was gone for good.

But thankfully, rescuers Stephanie Sparks and Kera Bagwell found Bear over a year later in a junkyard, just a few miles from where the family had the collision. They spent more than a year attempting to catch him. Read full post at Little Things…

When it comes to losing a dog, prevention is always best. Be sure to maintain a high level of pet safety whether at home or away. Being diligent and prepared will go a long way in avoiding the misery of having your Goldendoodle separated from you.

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