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Canine Profile for the Dog Recovered by Citizen
 

    
The most likely dog to experience this scenario is a friendly, outgoing dog sometimes referred to as a people lover. Also many of the following:
  • Tiny and small dog breeds - designer dogs and pocket pups
  • Puppies or dogs that appear to be puppies
  • Purebred dogs more so than cross breeds.
  • A dog that has been injured.
  • A pet that has been injured and the rescuer perceives the injury as a sign of abuse or neglect.
  • Poodles, Yorkies, Chihuahuas, Pomeranians, the Maltese, Schnauzers and all the bulldogs as well as designer crosses
  • Small white dogs
  • Small fluffy dogs
  • Well mannered or trained dogs
  • Small dogs that freeze or rollover when someone attempts to approach or pick them up.
  • Dogs that enjoy playing ball, frisbee or any game that they are excited about

 
Leads, Sightings & Characteristics for the Dog Recovered by Citizen
 

 

 This scenario can present itself as similar to others wherein the dog disappears or is far outside the search area. The strongest determiner in this scenario will be the individual canine's personality and behaviour profile... will the dog allow a stranger to approach and is it a dog that a citizen  is likely to assist or desire. Below are some of the characteristics you may expect to find.

  • Possibly no sightings depending on when dog was recovered by citizen.
  • The dog last seen near a public place.
  • Dog was seen playing with children
  • Dog was seen near a busy street or freeway
  • Dog was seen in the street
  • Witnesses report seeing a car stop
  • Pet owner posts fliers or posters and they are taken down.
  • Witnesses and/or informants report someone has a new dog that "looks like the one on the poster"