Many animals at shelters have tags but they are so worn that the tags cannot be read and sadly the owner cannot be contacted. If you find your pet, make certain to inform all places you contacted and remove flyers. A lost pet may hide during the day, so be sure to go out again at night with a flashlight and call for him. Do you travel frequently, or work late hours? What do I need to bring in order to adopt? Can I afford a pet? Hearing your voice may encourage your pet to answer you. Are you able to afford this type of financial, emotional, and time commitment? Otherwise, valuable time is wasted which could be used for animals who are still lost.
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Make sure that you and your family are prepared to make a serious, lifetime commitment to the animal you choose. Post signs at intersections within a 2 mile area of where your pet was lost. Whistle a few times, then call your pet's name twice and then carefully 'listen' and look. Are you able to afford this type of financial, emotional, and time commitment? How do I adopt a pet?
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Click on the links below to see all of the animals waiting for adoption in our shelter How do I adopt a pet? Print and hand out lost pet sheets with your pet's photo and your phone number.
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Cats and dogs must be spayed or neutered before they leave the shelter. Does everyone in my household agree with adopting a pet? The Houston SPCA strongly recommends professional training to prevent and correct behavioral problems.
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|Contact veterinary clinics both in your area and surrounding areas. Whistle a few times, then call your pet's name twice and then carefully 'listen' and look.
Visit all animal shelters and animal-control agencies in addition to calling or e-mailing. Am I prepared to deal with potential behavior problems? What about spaying and neutering?