It is always sad when we see posters glued on signs, trees, or on bulletin boards at grocery stores, which depict a lost pet.
Perhaps a child waiting for his phone to ring, hoping that someone would have found the puppy and would have seen the ad. A dog disoriented, frightened by a loud noise, or pursuing a female in heat can disappear easily.
Unfortunately, once a pet is lost chances for him to find his way home are minimal. According to the American Humane Association, only 17% of lost dogs and 2% of lost cats return to their masters. Approximately 9.6 million pets euthanized each year because their owners can not be located. Only one in three pets is registered and thus protected in case of loss.
By recording the animal is given its identity, can be recognized and restored master of law in quick time.
Unregistered dogs can reach the streets, alone and disoriented, without food and water, subsequently becoming wild and dangerous. In the worst case can be taken to the pound and taken to shelters, where many spend days, weeks or even years, in precarious conditions.
If a dog registered with the association R.E.A.D.C. is lost, the owner can announce this at the telephone number of our permanent plant, using the information on the card. Also, the person who finds the dog can call us at the phone number engraved on wafer to wafer series we communicate and the place where he found the dog. Our team will identify the animal and it will return to the owner.
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