Great Question, Here's Why Lost pets need to be trapped because unless you have a super friendly dog that walks right up to you, using a humane trap is the best way to recover them safely. Losing a pet is super stressful to both the owner and the lost pet itself. When they go missing they almost immediately go into Fight or Flight Mode, most will choose Flight. This simply means they are going to run from anyone or anything. They do not take the time to evaluate that your intentions are to help them, they just run because in their eyes you are a threat. No matter how good your intentions are you can do more harm to the situation or the lost pet by trying to chase after them. It has been said on social media that: No lost pet needs to be trapped; you must not know what you are doing.Facebook Comment While true, you can gain the trust of a lost pet over time which could take hours, days, months, and even years to accomplish. You must remember a lost pet is worried about much more, dangers …
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Lost Pet Recovery Training
Missing Animal Response - Lost Pet Recovery Training Pet Detective Kat Albrecht offers 8-week on-line missing animal response (MAR) or lost pet recovery training courses for animal control officers, animal industry professionals, volunteer dog and/or cat rescuers, and a 10-week pet detective training/certification webinar course designed primarily for individuals interested in offering professional lost pet recovery services as a fee-based service, including the use of K9 pet detectives. Training Options 10-week Pet Detective Missing Animal Response (MAR) Field Course The (approx.) 60-hour Missing Animal Response or "MAR" Field course …
Books By Kat Albrect
Dog Detectives: Train Your Dog to Find Lost Pets by Kat Albrecht Dogs who have an aptitude for using their noses and who love to play with other dogs or kitties (or maybe ferrets) make great Dog Detectives. Everyone whose pet has disappeared knows the feelings of fear and helplessness when faced with the question, "What do I do now?" You can help create happy endings and make your dog a hero by training him to find lost pets using the step-by-step methods in Dog Detectives. Retired police K-9 officer Kat Albrecht applies law enforcement based search-and-rescue techniques as well as forensic analysis to the challenge of locating lost pets. …
About Kat Albrecht
About Missing Animal Response Network
What is Missing Animal Response? Missing Animal Response ( Lost Pet Recovery Training) or "MAR" is a professional training program developed in 2005 by Kat Albrecht, a leading pioneer of the lost pet industry. MAR training breaks down the process of a pet being lost, then shows us how to understand lost pet behavior along with time tested techniques in recovering those lost pets. In the MAR Training You will Learn About: Lost Dog BehaviorLost Cat BehaviorHow to Make Large Neon PostersWhy We Say Don't Call Your Dog!How to Tag Your Car Like a Mobile Billboard and so much more!!! Video About MAR and Kat Albrecht Recorded in 2011, this video (filmed for a pitch for a reality TV …
Video About Missing Animal Response and Kat Albrecht
Recorded in 2011, this video (filmed for a pitch for a reality TV show) demonstrates what Missing Animal Response (MAR) is and how professionally trained volunteers and for-profit “pet detectives” use high-tech equipment, search dogs, animal capturing tools, and knowledge of lost pet behaviors to help recover lost dogs and cats. Our vision is that ALL communities would have professionally trained volunteer MAR teams to help recover lost pets, just like Buddy was fortunate enough to have! For more details on MAR training, visit https://www.missinganimalresponse.com/mar-courses.
What does talking to stray cats, urinating into a cup, and spreading dirty kitty litter all have in common? All three are methods that cat owners have falsely been told will help to bring their lost cat back home. But how do we know these methods are false or ineffective, especially when so many …
The technology of UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) drones has continued to advance over the past five years. Drones can provide crisp, clear photos of hard-to-reach places and can even detect heat signatures when combined with a thermal imaging camera. But are drones an effective tool to use for lost …
Great Question, Here's Why Lost pets need to be trapped because unless you have a super friendly dog that walks right up to you, using a humane trap is the best way to recover them safely. Losing a pet is super stressful to both the owner and the lost pet itself. When they go missing they almost …
Here's Why We Say Stay Out of the Woods When Looking for Your Lost Dog When a lost dog has been sighted in an area of the woods, we strongly advise people to STAY OUT of the WOODS for various reasons. First, many dogs become triggered into the “fight or flight” mode when they become separated …
The following story of JB-the-cat was shared with me by his guardian (Donna Quinta) early in my pet detective career, probably in 1998. It remains one of my most favorite lost cat recovery stories not only because it is amazing, but also because it demonstrates how many domestic cats (like JB) that …