Comments for: Bowdoin pet detective goes full-time

Posted Jan. 02, 2012, at 5:37 a.m.

Lisa Nazarenko and her four-dog search team now find lost pets full time. In the three months since Nazarenko’s Bowdoin-based, one-woman pet detective business Lost Pet Tracking Dogs was featured in the Sun Journal, she has been inundated with calls from people who need help finding missing cats and dogs. …

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  • Guest

    What a great story!  People with an imagination and inspiration like hers shows that there is a way to start a business. And she already had a good job…

  • Anonymous

    Great work, Ms. Nazarenko. 

    But do not let the animals run free if they are important to you!

    I do not want to run over your pet as it darts into the road.

    Either accept the responsibilities of pet ownership or get a fishbowl.

    They (seldom) escape.

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