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Any dog can fall victim to an accident but some environmental situations and personality traits are more likely to produce this outcome.
For example...

• If the point of escape or point last seen is near a busy street, highway, turnpike or freeway.

• The dog went missing in the early evening or when it was dark.

• Poisonous snakes are known to be in area of the escape.

 
• Dogs that readily approach small rodents and reptiles in play or aggression are more at risk.

• Dog is not a finicky eater.

• Mice, snails, scorpions are present and poisons are put out by neighbors or others to combat them.

• Chemical poisons, coolant, etc. are accessible and pet is not a finicky eater.

• The dog is shy and frightened and tends to bolt and run when frightened.

• Open well, sump holes, mines are known to be in the area and are not well fenced.

• Attractive nuisance area with dangerous elements in the area of point last seen.

NOTE: It is important to remember that some scenarios may present and look like others.

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