High demand for pet detectives who track lost dogs

Since she started pet detecting as a hobby last summer, Ronda Fraser of Kitchener, Ontario has worked on 40 cases, and estimates that 75 per cent of the lost pets were reunited with their owners.

“You have to think like a dog,” Ms. Fraser, who is assisted in her sleuthing by her standard poodle, told the Globe and Mail newspaper.

Read all about how she solved the case of the Chihuahua who went missing during a Canadian snowstorm.

2 thoughts on “High demand for pet detectives who track lost dogs

  1. I saw a show on TV about a Blood Hound and her handler who tracked lost pets.

    The name of the show was Dogs with Jobs and I think it was on the National Geographic Channel.

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