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  1. 67.3K subscribers Pet detective Barbara “Babs” Fry of San Diego uses her connection with animals, and her degree in criminology, to help find lost dogs and reunite them with their humans. Available...

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  4. 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 ...

  5. Tracey is a naturally gifted pet detective, mentor, and friend. Her passion for locating missing animals is evident when you work with her. She is motivated, driven, and focused on the MAR techniques essential to successfully and humanely recovering beloved missing pets. Recently, we worked together to capture a male mixed breed hound named Fred…

  6. by Kristen Cudd Barbara ‘Babs’ Fry lives and works in San Diego. She is a real estate agent and founder of the nonprofit A Way Home for Animals, Inc. She is also a real-life pet detective whose assistance has made it possible for hundreds of lost dogs to be reunited with their families. This work is her passion and she does it for FREE.

  7. Jan 27, 2022 · The first and foremost thing that you need to be a pet detective is an unwavering love for animals and their well-being. Secondly, you need to be able to make a connection with an animal instantly, no matter how lost or scared it seems. You should be able to make it feel at ease and be able to approach it without scaring or agitating it.