Avid microchips and the PETtrac™ Recovery Network have successfully reunited millions of lost pets with their owners. Read stories about pets who had gone missing for days, months, or even years; sometimes traveling hundreds of miles.
The week before Christmas 2012, we relocated from college station, TX to the Dallas area. It was a big move for us that involved a lot of turmoil for our three cats. Miller, our 3-year-old tuxedo was particularly stressed. We had found Miller as a stray when he was about a yea ...Read more
On Jan 3rd, 2014 our little Ellie and her sister escaped from our fenced backyard. They had secretly been digging a hole under our fence at the side of the house. Ellie is 9 months old and around 90 lbs so you can imagine the size of the hole. I realized around 11 AM that she ...Read more
In early July 2013 I left for Hartford, Connecticut for the final two weeks of my grad program. Before leaving, I arranged for a house sitter to come in for the 10 days following my graduation because my husband was meeting me in Hartford so we could drive to Maine and take ou ...Read more
Emma, our 5-year-old border collie got out of our fenced backyard on President's Day weekend 2012. She, along with our two other dogs, had gotten free before, but always came back. This time only the two other dogs returned home. We went into full "lost dog" mode with advertis ...Read more
My husband and I were contacted on Wednesday, February 1, 2012 regarding our dog Biscuit. He had been missing for almost three years. A family had found a dog on the street that was very thin and extremely dirty. They had him for about two months when they decided to take him ...Read more
Tragedy struck this Los Angeles family when they couldn't find "Kobe". Kobe never had left the girls side. Hopelessness set in as the family searched and posted lost dog posters around the neighborhood. The girls were devastated. Then, four months later they received a call fr ...Read more
In March of 2008 our beloved little Chihuahua "Popcorn" escaped from the tiniest hole in our gate while escaping her collar slipped off. She was microchipped, so I was hopeful we would get her back right away. We immediately plastered the neighborhood with flyers, put reward a ...Read more