Post on NextDoor and Ring, hang bilingual flyers, 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 are reunited.
If someone posts “We found” and asks for your phone number, don’t respond; it’s a scam.
Hey, use the ring doorbell app it works like the next-door app which you should post your pet there also on the lost and found pets section. But ring doorbell app is free and called Neighbors in the App Store and you do not need to own the doorbell to use it. People post sightings of loose cats and dogs on their daily, as well as Lost and Found. Also go door-to-door asking neighbors to check their home security camera footage if your pet has been spotted you’ll know which direction the pets going and maybe your pet is already posted as found on there. When you load the app and join the community, it’s pretty large make sure your contact author and comments are turned on. Please list streets missing from. And in the settings, there’s a map to widen OR CHANGE your search area-DOESNT HAVE TO BE WHERE YOU LIVE. Praying that helps
Have you also posted on @nextdoor and @ring neighbors app?
Have you gone online to animal
Control/animal services and filed a lost pet report with photo?
Have you posted and looked on the fb page @lost dogs of broward and Dade?
Have you posted and looked on @pawboost and on pawboost you can make up flyers from their template.
Please take them and put them into ziploc baggies to protect from the rain and put them up all over.
You will need to go to the shelters and the humane societies and look through all if the dogs in person.
Dogs from one county have been turned in at the other shelter- at times so it’s important to look.
Also breed labels and even the of the dog have been mislabeled sometimes-
They only have to keep your pet for a stray hold (couple of days) and then they can be adopted out of sent to rescue. So it’s important