Your dog is missing. Do you know what to do? Most of us don’t, and the things we instinctively want to do — like chasing after our dog or calling his name — are almost always the wrong things to do. Why? When a dog is missing he’s in flight or survival mode, and his brain registers the sound of your voice as unfamiliar and terrifying; something to run from, not toward. In running from you, your dog may run straight into danger. Read more about what to do when your dog goes missing here.
Author: Gail Gilmore