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FEATURED PET EXPERT-MISSING PET DETECTIVES

 

Hello! I am Deborah Cooke, owner of 
Missing Pet Detectives.

For more than five years my dogs and I have worked hard to reunite lost pets with their families.

Forget that silly movie, what we do is nothing like that! 

When a pet goes missing, most people don't know what they should be doing to recover their pet. They can waste valuable time on ineffective things. 


When I am contacted by someone with a lost pet, I take a detailed accounting of the situation to determine the best recover strategy. This strategy can be affected by breed, species, pet personality, weather and time since the escape, among other things. 


Sometimes the pet can be recovered by simply coaching the pet parent on recovery methods. 
But other times, my team of search dogs is utilized to follow the trail of the missing animal. 

K-9 searches are not indicated (or even possible), in all cases, but many times the search dogs can uncover vital clues to a missing pet's whereabouts, if not the animal itself. 


Sadly, not all of the animals we locate are still alive. In those cases, all we can provide is closure. 

Primarily we look for lost dogs and cats, but will do searches for other species too. 
Except snakes! 


While we are based in the Phoenix area, we work all over the country. 
This is wonderfully rewarding as well as physically and emotionally demanding work. 

It is a joy to have my dogs as my co-workers! 
There is nothing else I'd rather be doing! 

If you or any of your friends or family ever lose a beloved pet please feel free to contact me! Better yet, make sure to have my telephone number handy in your cell phone 480-751-9700

If you see posters of lost pets, also feel free to contact the pet owners and share my information. 




Please feel free to visit my business website where you can meet all of the canines, see a little more about me, and view some Television Video Footage of our service. 



Thank you! Deborah Cooke 

Thank you for your continued Support of the Az Pet Professionals! Arizona's Network of Valley Pet Professionals! We work for YOU!




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