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Missing Pet Detectives, LLC

Missing Pet Detectives, LLC

Deborah and her Team of Canine Search Dogs

Business Phone: (480) 751-9700

When a pet goes missing, who do you call for help to search with you?

Where do you start? 

With the Fourth Of July Holiday last weekend there have been hundreds of pets that were lost during the loud displays, parties, and gates left open, among just a few. The Valley's Animal Care and Control Centers are full of lost pets picked up over the weekend. If you are searching there every day but haven't found your dog or cat, we have an alternative that could possibly help you find your pet. Please meet Deborah Cooke, owner of Missing Pet Detectives, LLC.

Hi! I’m Deborah Cooke, owner of Missing Pet Detectives, LLC

"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.

      

My team of dogs and I work all over Arizona and many places beyond. I have done this work for over 8 years now. While rewarding, offering closure and often reconciliation, it can be and is, challenging.  We run together, following the scent of the lost pet. This can sometimes mean we are outside for hours, even in this heat. We take many precautions to keep safe and hydrated. With the 4th of July just ending, we've already been taking in calls for people needing assistance with finding their lost pets.

It is a joy to work with my dogs to help reunite lost pets with their people, I couldn't think of doing anything else!" Deborah Cooke


We hope you will take a minute to browse Deborah's website where you can read more about her and her team of search dogs. Deborah has several videos and one where she was interviewed by a valley News Station. 
Thank you to Deborah and your  team of canine detectives for helping lost pets get home!

Thank you!
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