Description:An online service to help owners locate lost dogs.
Newest Review: ... particular day I spent 4 hours with the horses and then wanted to take one of the horses out on a hack. My dogs were at home in the stables as much as they were in the house and so I left them both in the tackroom with food and water, bolted the door shut, locked the gate to the yard behind me and went for a hack. Two hours later I returned, it was still daylight (about 3PM) but the yard had ... more
Customer doglost.co.uk Reviews (2)
by - written on 07/02/11, updated on 07/02/11 (Very useful, 95 readings)
Those of you who have pets will know the heartbreak that goes with it when you lose them, no matter how that loss occurred. To us owners, our pets are more then simply animals, they are a part of our family. I know people say that dogs can be replacement children but, all joking aside, pets are a part of our lives, they are as much a part of our family as the 2 legged members! Two years ago I had two dogs, a Rottweiler and a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel (strange combination I know!) I loved them both. I was going to spend the day up at the stables and so took both my dogs with me. They loved the horses and the horses loved them, although it was only mine in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/10/09 (Very useful, 206 readings)
Many dog owners out there know the fear of loosing their beloved companion, whether it is through death, straying or theft. Conversely many owners also believe "it won't happen to me, I'm far to responsible an owner to allow that to happen." I work for a local constabulary and can tell of numerous tales where home owners have reported their pet stolen from the garden or scared into bolting by a loud noise or smell when out on a walk. Happily the advent of micro-chipping has lead to many animals being reunited with their owners after only a very short time but this, of course, requires your pet to be chipped, with up to date information held and ... Read the complete review