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Hi! I’m Deborah Cooke,
owner of the very unique business
Missing Pet Detectives.
When a pet goes missing, who do you call?

What should you do first? This can be a scary and devastating predicament for owners!

I assist pet owners in recovering their missing animals in various ways.

For some, pet behavioral profiling and a consultation are sufficient to design a recovery strategy.

Others require more in-depth assistance.

But the search tool that draws the most interest from my clients is the tracking dogs.

While a K-9 search is not always indicated - or sometimes even possible - in every case, many times search dogs can provide information unavailable by any other method.

Me and my team of dogs work all over Arizona, and many places beyond. I have done this work for over four years and it is very rewarding and challenging.

It is a joy to work with my dogs to help reunite lost pets with their people.

I hope you will take a minute to browse my website where you can read more about us.  We have also been in the Local News several times and I have some video footage that you can watch and share as well.
I look forward to assisting you whenever you may need me!

Thank you!

We are proud to have Deborah and her team as a part of Az Pet Professionals!
The other day I was on my way to work and who should I see pulled over to the side of the road? Yes, it was Deborah!

Evidentally I just missed the action and she was packing up and heading out. But not before I shot a quick video clip of her. Missing Pet Detective works all over the Valley! You just never know when you may see her! Thanks Deborah!

Thank you for your continued Support of the Az Pet Professionals! From all of us! We work for YOU!
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