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Those who have had a dog for years will be well aware of the hazards and pit-falls, of which there are many. But one particular one which doesn’t tend to crop up in conversation with those who are experienced is that of dogs escaping. This is because they are well-versed in the art of keeping a dog secured. Yet sadly, for the new dog owner things can turn out very differently. Every single year dogs escape from the house or the garden and are never found again. The sad truth is that there are many places in the near vicinity for a dog to get lost in, and they are not always found before it is too late.
Take this example: a friend of mine – a new dog owner – recently received an email from a skip company Surrey , which rents out mini skips, midi skips and maxi skips (the difference being that the larger ones hold in the region of 100 black bags of waste while the smaller ones hold no more than 30. Now, according to the email, a small dog had been found in the skip, just moments before the skip was due to be emptied onto land-fill. It was a wake-up call for my friend, and instantly she knew how lucky she was…
…you may be certain that your back garden is secure, but are you really sure?