... Length of time missing may not be the most important factor when
a dog goes missing.
In many cases the earlier a strategy is designed and
implemented the better the likelihood of quick and easy recovery. However, each case is different and criteria related
to chances of recovery based on time are best determined by scenario as opposed days, weeks and months missing.
It is quite common for Karin to work cases where a
pet has been missing six weeks or more. In extreme cases, frustration and panic go up with each week that passes but those
pet owners who keep up a consistent search effort are generally rewarded for their pursuits when the pet is found and
recovered or the case is otherwise resolved.
Karin is adept at keeping pet owners motivated
and on track with their search.
From three hours to sixteen months...
gone... Karin, working alongside pet owners, has been successful in bringing pets home.