There are -47 days and -21 hours left until Gundog Theft Awareness Week!

Pet Theft Awareness

Link to:



Member of:

SAMPA

Supported By:

Supported By Vets Get Scanning

Supported By Dog Lost

Supported By Pup Aid

Resource Links

Doglost.co.uk

DogLost.co.uk is at the forefront of reuniting dogs and owners. A truly unique non profit website which lets you promote your lost dog, create missing posters and notify other users and organisations in your area of missing dogs. It also provides valuable help and expertise from their nationwide network of volunteers Also works with the Halo Scanner, Angel scanner, providing quick and easy identification of missing dogs when found by rescues and local authorities.

Petlog

Petlog.co.uk. One of the leading UK pet reunification databases managed by The Kennel Club. Securely holds your dog's microchip and owners' details ready for vets and rescue centers to scan and reunite you with your dog....hopefully. You can join Petlog Premium for £10 and get benefits which include ability to send 30 mile radius alert to all authorised users immediately when a pet goes missing and Lost Pet Alert on the free MyDogUK app.

Scanner Angel

Scanner Angel work alongside Petlog, the largest UK database, and DogLost, the premier dog search team, and their network of Scanner Angel enabled microchip scanners, like the Halo scanner. Using this reunification system highlights the importance and responsibility of owners to keep their contact details up to date with Petlog, whether you’ve moved address, changed telephone number or even gone on holiday.

Dog Theft Action

Dog Theft Action is a registered charity – 1115706 - which provides information to the public about dog theft. They are primarily concerned with getting vital information to victims of dog theft so as to assist them with their search for a missing or stolen pet, but they also aim to offer general guidance on responsible dog ownership and canine welfare.

Stolen Horse Register

The Stolen Horse Register is a central repository of all horse, ponies and donkeys that have gone missing and presumed stolen in the United Kingdom. It is principally a communication vehicle allowing details of stolen equines to be disseminated to a wide circle very quickly.

Dog Tracker Plus

The worlds first tracking and anti-theft dog collar! Click here to visit their website.

UK Horsewatch Alliance

UK Horsewatch Alliance is group of people from Horsewatch groups all over the country, who will meet at regular intervals to work together to provide a network of information and support to combat equine crime.

Useful Contacts

We have compiled a list of useful contacts either to prevent theft of your animal or to help in cases of theft.

Dog Behaviourists:
Animal Behaviour and Training Council http://www.abtcouncil.org.uk/
Association of Pet Behaviourist Counsellors http://www.apbc.org.uk/
Dog Training:
Association of Pet Dog Trainers http://www.apdt.co.uk/
Database of all dog wardens:
http://www.animalwardens.co.uk/lost-found-dogs-search/all-dog-warden-phone-numbers
Horse Theft Organisations
Equine World UK http://www.equine-world.co.uk/
National Equestrian Crime Database Ltd http://www.necd.org.uk/
UK Horsewatch Alliance http://www.ukhorsewatch.org.uk/
List of Local Authorities
https://www.gov.uk/find-your-local-council
Identification
National Dog Tattoo Register http://www.dog-register.co.uk/
FarmKey http://www.farmkey.co.uk/farmkey/
Premier Equimark Freeze Marking http://www.premierequimark.co.uk
Freezemark Limited http://www.freezemark.biz
Northern Brand Freeze Branding and Marking http://www.northernbrand.co.uk
Pet Detectives
The Pet Detectives http://www.thepetdetectives.com/
Animal Search UK http://www.animalsearchuk.co.uk/
Police Authorities
http://www.police.uk/?view=force_sites
Rescue Centres
http://www.rescuedirectory.co.uk/
Tracking Devices
Retrieva http://www.retrievatracking.com/
Veterinary Surgeons
http://www.vetsdirectory.co.uk/

PTAW banners for your websites, blogs and social media

Help us spread the word! click on any of the banners below to view, and right-click download to copy the image and upload it to your website or blog. Please make sure your image links to http://www.pettheft.co.uk!