🙏🏼🙏🏼hope you find her soon.
Post on Nextdoor and Ring Apps
If she is chipped call the company and update your information.
Report / Check on Broward County Animal Service in case it’s found and taken there.
Check Craigslist every day to ensure nobody is trying to sell your baby.
1. Ask around any neighbours who have video doorbells and any surveillance if they picked up your pup on video.
2. Contact Blink , Ring , Neighbors
and SimpliSafe Home Security , ask them if they have any recorded video from clients.
3. Check out and Post on Nextdoor , Craigslist, 24PetConnect and PetFinder to make sure your pet hasn't already been cycled into the foster/rehome/adoption system.
4. Post on @lostmydoggie.com and findapaw.com (reposts directly to facebook). They send out poster alerts to local PD's, animal hospitals, groomers, pet stores, local small rescues, etc.
5. Print up pawboost posters & put them in plastic sleeves (at Office Depot) & canvas wherever there's a bulletin board, on utility poles, etc.
6. Do you know any one with a drone? Check facebook drone groups for local drone enthusiasts who can help you search.
7. It's not unusual for good samaritans to pick up lost pets as strays and drop them off at rescues. Unfortunately, sometimes, not all rescues are not on the up and up, like Pam Weiner and her Dachshund Rescue South Florida. When her group intakes a lost or stray pet, they do not inform Broward County Animal Care and Control as required by FSS 823.151 and Broward County Ordinance 4-23 nor do they adhere to the stray hold law. Rather, they put small dogs into their foster/adoption system right away.
There's a good chance your pet might be at #drsf and Pam Weiner will lie, cheat, steal and deny any knowledge of your lost pet because adoption means money for her rescue.
8. Call PI Jamie Katz , the Pet Detective. She uses tracking dogs.
9. I am Sharing on several social media platforms: @twitter, @threads, @instagram, @myspace (yes, it's still a thing), @reddit
and posted on
Comparing Lost/Found Stolen Missing Dogs
Lost Pets of Auto Accidents
Post on NextDoor and Ring, and put out articles of unwashed clothing and the pet’s bed. Ask neighbors to check their Ring cameras, garages, and sheds, Check shelters in person. If not already done, have your pet microchipped as soon as you’re reunited.
If someone posts “We found” and asks for your phone number, don’t respond; it’s a scam.
File a police report (maybe there are traffic cameras where she was picked up)