Help Us Compile “Lessons Learned” for Finding Lost Greyhounds

Miss Daisy

Miss Daisy

Southeastern Greyhound Adoption (SEGA) has developed a “lessons learned” survey for the recent SUCCESSFUL search and recovery of SEGA greyhound, Daisy. Even if you did not physically search for Daisy, please participate in this survey as the data will be used to complete new operational procedures for lost greyhounds. The operational procedures will be shared with all greyhound organizations that would like to use them.

All the results will be compiled anonymously for the committee who will be putting together the new operational procedures.

If you have any questions regarding the survey or its purpose, contact Kathy at ksrakestraw@windstream.net.

Thank you in advance for your participation!

Kathy

There are two options for completing the survey:

  • If you do not use Facebook, copy and paste the questions into an email, type your responses, and email them to ksrakestraw@windstream.net.

Survey Questions

  1. Are you a member of Southeastern Greyhound Club or a volunteer with Southeastern Greyhound Adoption? (Yes, No, I don’t know)
  2. How did you hear about the search for Daisy, the lost greyhound?
  3. What ideas did you have or suggest in the search for Daisy? (even if you posted them somewhere during the search, please put them down here)
  4. Did you post/cross post about the search for Daisy?
  5. If you posted/cross posted about the search for Daisy, where did you post/cross post about the search?
  6. Did you use the Finding Miss Daisy blog (FindingMissDaisy.wordpress.com)? (Yes or No)
  7. If you used the FindingMissDaisy blog, what did you think of it?
  8. If you used the FindingMissDaisy blog, what would you have liked to see on the blog that was not?
  9. If you helped in any way with the search for Daisy, what tools or services did you use in the search for Daisy?
  10. If you helped in any way with the search for Daisy, who did you coordinate your search activities with/through?
  11. What did you think worked well during the search for Daisy?
  12. What did not work well during the search for Daisy?
  13. What suggestions do you have for future lost hound searches?
  14. What role, if any, would you like to have in future lost hound searches?
  15. Did you go to Athens/Watkinsville and actually help search for Daisy?
  16. If you went to Athens/Watkinsville to search for Daisy, how many times?
  17. If you went to Athens/Watkinsville to search for Daisy, what times of the day did you go?
  18. If you went to Athens/Watkinsville to search for Daisy, on average how long did you search each time you went?
  19. If you went to Athens/Watkinsville to search for Daisy, what tools or resources did you use during your actual search for Daisy?
  20. If you went to Athens/Watkinsville to search for Daisy what tool or resources (if any) did you use while on the ground walking?
  21. If you went to Athens/Watkinsville to search for Daisy what tool or resources (if any) did you use while distributing flyers?
  22. If you went to Athens/Watkinsville to search for Daisy what tool or resources (if any) did you use while speaking with neighbors and or local businesses?
  23. If you went to Athens/Watkinsville to search for Daisy what tool or resources (if any) did you use in getting in touch with local vets and or community outreach groups?
  24. If you went to Athens/Watkinsville to search for Daisy what tool or resources (if any) did you use in contacting local schools & universities?
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