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Recovering Missing Animals Presented by Jane Bowers

  • Monday, June 03, 2019
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
  • Live Webinar


  • For Doggone safe members
  • PPG member registration
  • A discounted rate for Pet Owner Members
  • Public registration



Registered for the live event, get busy and cannot make it!

No worries you will automatically receive a recording!

While many missing pets are reunited with their owners, some are not. Learn how to avoid having a pet go missing whether it's from home, a facility or while travelling. Learn what to put in place to be able to recover your pet quickly in the event he or she is missing.

Learn what professional pet recovery specialists do to recover pets using technology, training dogs and , when necessary, humane trapping.

Learning Objectives:

  • How to prevent a pet going missing (in particular anxious newly adopted or fostered pets)
  • Steps people can take to facilitate locating a missing pet quickly
  • How missing animals behave
  • How to locate a missing pet (what the owner can do and what professionals do including using technology and training dogs)
  • How to use traps an other equipment to get a missing animal to safety

    About The Presenter

    Jane has been training dogs for over two decades. She teaches people to train their dogs in group and private training courses and has a keen interest in assisting dogs with behavioral issues. Jane is also a Missing Animal Recover technician and helps people recover missing pets. Her dogs Amber and Annie help by searching for missing pets.

    Jane has a degree in psychology and is certified as a dog trainer through the Certification Council of Professional Pet Dog Trainers and as a behavior consultant through the International Association of Behavior Consultants and through the Association of Animal Behavior Professionals. Jane has a monthly newspaper column on dog related topics, is a monthly contributor to the 4Knines blog and is co-host of a national TV show called “Doggin’ it on the Coast” which is about dogs and dog - related activities. Jane is the content creator for the online course “Assessing and Interpreting Dog Behaviors” a course hosted by the Canadian Police Knowledge Network and which is for law enforcement personnel who meet unfamiliar dogs during their duties. Jane formerly taught in the Professional Dog Walker certification program at Langara College in Vancouver, B.C.

    Jane lives on a small farm with dogs, sheep, donkeys and chickens. The dogs all came from situations that prevented them from living in their original homes. The dogs range in size and age and assist with the dog training and behavioral work, whether it’s participating in the development of an online training course, working with a client’s dog or tracking a lost pet or animal.

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