I am an amateur siberian laika dog breeder. A year and a half ago, one of my dogs, a female a West Siberian Laika, was abducted while I was away. A dog has been found that may be her, but I need to be able to look at the dog and identify her.
How will I be able to make a positive identification of a dog after 1.5 years? She has no sign whatsoever how to identify her. She was with a male dog and had pups with him, I still have the male dog and some of her pups, could that help?
I still need to figure it out a protocol where I could make a decision like this:
1) test1 Y/N
2) test2 Y/N
It would be better that I could identify her in 20 minutes or so.
Any help or hint would be welcomed.
I told everybody I could identify her because of some secret mark, this was a lie to be sure they would not try to fool me with an other dog.
Also, I have no photo of her expect a bad quality photo where you can't see the motives and colors of the fur. I put no microchips and no tatoos as I never thought she may be abducted.