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Missing Pet Partnership (MPP) is an educational organization and does not endorse any individuals or companies listed in the Pet Detective Directory and makes no representations, warranties or guarantees as to, and assumes no responsibility for, the accuracy or completeness of the information or the products or services provided by the individuals or companies listed here. This Directory is a compilation of contact information of individuals who have completed the Missing Animal Response Technician (MAR tech) training from MPP or a similar training offered by Kat Albrecht (founder of MPP), but MPP does not examine, determine or warrant the competence of any pet detective listed in the Directory beyond completion of the training. The Directory is provided simply as a courtesy and MPP assumes no liability in making this contact information available to the general public. Users of this referral tool explicitly agree to hold MPP harmless from complaints, damages or actual loss incurred as a result of information or referrals obtained here. MPP does not endorse or indemnify any individual listing or their business.
The MPP Pet Detective Directory is strictly confidential and for the use of pet owners in search of a professional or volunteer pet detective or for listing members to locate other members. Solicitation of MPP members for any reason is strictly forbidden, except as approved by the Board of Directors. Failure to comply will result in loss of membership and violators are subject to prosecution under copyright law statutes.
How to Find a Pet Detective using the Directory
The easiest way to find a pet detective that can assist you in your area is to click on the state or province where you live (or where your pet went missing if away from home). This will bring up a map with markers for all the pet detectives in that state and those willing to travel to that state. If you need specialized services, such as a tracking/trailing dog or assistance catching a shy, hard-to-trap animal, then you may want to use the Advanced Search form. Please note that Missing Pet Partnership does not employ the Missing Animal Response (MAR) Technicians listed in this directory and some of those listed are businesses that charge for their services.
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Pet P.I. is a State of Florida Licensed Investigation Agency dedicated exclusively in Missing Pet Services.
President Tammy Wozniak-Reed, a Licensed Private Investigator since 2000 is also a Certified Missing Animal Response Technician. (MAR)
Phone Consultations provided nationwide ~ "On-Site" services provided within Florida only, locations subject to current caseload.
Please go to my website to complete the lost pet form that applies to your situation and I will contact you as quickly as possible.
Special interests include the profiling and recovery of skittish, xenophobic cats and dogs, regularly
studying displaced animal behavior, techniques of detection and methods of capture.
SMART is a group available to phone consultations, on site assistance and search dogs for many types of missing pets in the New England area.
Trained Missing Animal Response Technician and Licensed Private Investigator that Ontario Pet Detective provides missing pet research and recovery consulting, equipment and services in Ontario, Canada.
Wandering Tails Pet Recovery is available for phone and email consultations nationwide if you have lost your dog or cat. Within the Boston area, we conduct physical searches for your lost pet. We also provide posters, cameras and traps. For lost cats, we do have a cat detection dog that assists in the search.
As an individual certified in Missing Animal Response, I, along with my team of volunteers, will apply all available resources and knowledge to reunite owners with their lost beloved pets. I am also a Certified Veterinary Assistant, which enables me to give proper emergency medical care, if needed, when any animal is found. Hound Hunters believes that lost pet owners are suffering enough with the loss of their pet, therefore there is absolutely NO charge for our services. As the founder, I dedicate ALL of my time to bring your dog home where he/she belongs! There is NO other service comparable to Hound Hunters in the region. Most other groups who search for lost dogs, either charge an exorbitant rate, or do so in their "free time", and NONE of the volunteer groups has anyone with any of my appropriate, invaluable training in lost dog search and recovery.
Liz Oliver is a certified MAR Technician and specializes in the tracking of lost pets with her scent-specific trained tracking dog, a black labrador retriever. Always with safety in mind so as not to disturb any lost pets in hiding, Liz and her dog work to locate the direction of travel. She currently works with lost cats (and some dogs) in southern Manitoba. Liz also can loan out surveillance cameras and humane cat traps in her area and is available to help set them up. She takes a special interest in the recovery of skittish and scared cats and regularly studies not only their behavior but techniques related to their detection and capture. She works on a volunteer basis from March through October.
Please go to http://www.greatnoses.info and click on the “Contact Us” page to send me information about your lost pet. Because there are a lot of details to exchange at this point, email is the best way for us to communicate, and I WILL respond to your message promptly.
So that you know what to expect:
• finding a lost pet can take a lot of physical and emotional work—on your part and mine
• it’s rare to actually find the lost pet on either a dog-supported or humans-only search—either kind of search is just one part of a variety of search & rescue strategies
• the search will help focus your follow-up work; with my email/phone support you will need to make & post flyers and/or posters, maintain feeding stations, borrow/buy a game camera to monitor feeding stations and traps, visit shelters, and maybe more
• your follow-up work is the MOST important part of getting your pet home again
LOST CAT FINDER -- Kim Freeman is a certified MAR Technician specializing in lost cats. Available for phone & email consultations, strategy coaching and feline profiling, shelter searches, flyer posting and on-site physical searches. Also offers instant search guides: "How to Find a Lost Cat" and a "How-to" video, both available via Amazon and on her website: http://www.lostcatfinder.com/Lost_Cat_Finder/Search_Tips.html
Log of many recent found cat photos and testimonials are on her Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LostCatFindersPetDetective
A dog trainer and behaviorist for more than 20 years Amy lost one of her dogs in 2013. Having initially had misconceptions about lost dog behavior she had to re-evaluate her approach to the search. Throughout the search many other lost dogs were located, pursued and captured aiding Rowen in developing keen instincts and skills in lost/loose dog recovery. Subsequent to the recovery of her lost dog Amy chose to continue to aid others in effective, efficient searches for their lost loved one. Rowen works with scent working dogs when possible and also provides workshops to educate others in successful methods in lost dog recovery. Equipment such as traps, thermal imaging devices, trail cameras and more is available for rent.
Lost dog profiling, terrain assessment, scent working dogs, specialized equipment aid in successful recovery of lost and loose dogs.
Karen is a trained MAR Technician and has attended several search dog seminars throughout her dog training career, including the K-9 Boot Camp. Karen’s lost pet services through Farmington Valley Lost Pet Recovery include: phone and e-mail consultations for dogs, cats and other animals; effective flyer design and placement recommendations; sightings mapping; and trapping. Karen primarily works in the Farmington Valley area of CT.
Pet Search and Rescue - We help find lost pets! Services available (with travel) many states in the US.
LITTLE ROCK, AR: The Feline Finders – Lisa Willems, (501) 993-1999, www.thefelinefinders.com, e-mail: email@example.com. Lisa is a certified MAR Technician who specializes in finding lost cats. Lisa offers phone consultations, on-site searches with her search dogs, and is willing to fly or drive to work searches throughout the USA.
Barbara is a trained MAR technician and is available for phone and email consultations. Generally, within a 100 mile radius she will help conduct physical searches, rent cameras and other equipment, and when appropriate use her two trained search dogs.
I am willing to answer requests for help as quickly as possible. I can advise on strategy development; poster creation and lost/found pet campaigns. I am willing to assist in a variety of activities, fliers, posters, locally.
I will assist in an advisory capacity for those cases that are a distance from my home base.
My own lost dog Rudy, dragged me into the lost pet world. I wanted every piece of information that I could obtain in order to help to bring him home. I found that the more I advocated for him, the more people surfaced requesting information and resources that have not been available in our state.
I am Rudy's voice; he and I advocate for the rights and efforts necessary to recover all lost pets. As a participant in the Delaware Animal Welfare Task Force. I submitted a written proposal as well as a personal presentation to establish a statewide lost and found pet registry. I have collaborated in the development of that registry. While the registry is still in the infancy stage, it did go live in January 2016. It is my hope that other states will follow. Then all states can connect the dots and form one nationwide lost and found pet registry!
Volunteer services include phone consultations, poster design and placement, on site lost pet services including camera and humane trapping equipment. Carol is a volunteer member of Dog Star Rescue and Dog Gone Recovery Volunteers. All calls and emails will be returned within 24 hours of a request.
Lost Pet Research & Recovery offers phone consultations, physical searches with a cat detection dog, rental of surveillance cameras & humane traps, lost pet poster design & placement, and assistance trapping skittish lost pets including specialized capture of hard-to-trap animals. Phone consultations are available anywhere in the US and may be available beyond the US using Skype. On-site services are available within 100-miles of South Hadley, MA (near Springfield). Danielle Robertson is a certified Missing Animal Response Technician (2008) with a background in animal behavior and wildlife biology. To request help, please fill out a Lost Pet Form on the Lost Pet Research website.
Helping to reunite lost pets with the owners that love them. MAR trained Pet detective, Lost Pet Recovery Specialist. My goal is to get your baby back home to you! I've personally been in your shoes before, so I get it. Find me on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/LostPetSAR
Pet Detective with 3 years experience in Missing Animal Response. Services offered: Phone Consult, On-Site Consult, On-Site Search, Poster and Flyer Design and Distribution, Use and Monitoring of Wildlife Cameras and Humane Traps of Various Sizes (cats/small dogs up to Mastiff/Great Dane/etc).
CLINTON TOWNSHIP (Detroit), MI: Lost Pet Search Solutions, LLC – (586) 703-1096, email Lori@LostPetRecovery.com, Certified MAR Technician. Lost Pet Solutions offers consultations by phone; trapping and surveillance equipment; contact information for shelters, vets, and rescue groups. They serve the Detroit area (Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties) and will consider supporting other location requests on a case-by-case basis.
Our approach assesses the individual animal’s profile, environment and history. Once we’ve used this information to rule out unlikely scenarios, we can determine the most appropriate recovery plan. An animal’s individual plan may include a number of approaches, including a physical search of the area, surveillance, live traps, drop traps, and/or a detection dog.
I offer you my experience, skills and knowledge to assist owners of missing pets to use their time and money efficiently to locate their lost pet safely. I offer phone consultations nationally to give effective search and recovery advice. Locally I coordinate and conduct aggressive searches for missing pets. I am skilled in recovering dogs others deemed to be hard to capture. I have a Certified Cat Detection dog Rita May, that assists on lost cat searches and recoveries.
Offering lost pet services throughout the USA. On site searches with K-9 team, phone consultations. If your pet was stolen, I am unable to assist you.
Linda is a trained MAR technician and is available for phone and email consultations. Will conduct searches for lost dogs, cats, and other species; generally, within a 150 mile radius. She offers strategy coaching, lost pet poster design & placement, help conduct physical searches, rent cameras, humane traps and other equipment, and when appropriate, use her trained search dog.
Lost Pet Specialist, Bonnie Hale, provides lost pet services in Texas and most adjacent states. Services include initial consultation (free), onsite searches with trained search dogs, and in-depth phone consultations.