Molly Back Home Safe – ID Your Animals

Although Molly is back home safe and sound there are many other pets getting lost every day. I’d like to remind everyone to have ID on your animal at all times. Most of you know I’m a tech at an emergency hospital and on a daily basis we get concerned residents calling about stray dogs and cats many of them are injured and terrified most of them never make it back home. My mom didn’t have a collar on Molly because one of her other dogs got his tag caught on something and he almost choked. This was a lesson learned for her. Molly was micro-chipped but that does no good unless the animal is brought to a place where they can scan them, and sometimes the readers fail to work. You can write with a sharpie on the collar or get a tag that clamps to the collar itself. If your looking for your animal post flyers everywhere with a reward (gives people incentive), call all the surrounding police departments, animal control officers, veterinary hospitals, postal carriers, ups and fed x drivers, landscapers, post on craigs list, and on “For the love of Louie” the last two have been very helpful in reuniting animals with their owners. Think about how much medical care is for your injured pet. Who is going to pay for that if they get hurt? Some get lucky and get another chance, but many out there don’t… Please share this information with your family and friends.. ~ Gina

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