When did you start the pet detective life?
Probably about 18 years ago. I'd been in the woods since I was a kid, doing hunting trips, gambling trips, and chasin’ dogs. My neighbor lost his cat and I took a tracking dog out and found it for him. He paid me pretty well, and I realized I was in business. I've been doing this ever since. I probably solve, maybe, seven to eight cases a month, or something like that, or more. Hundreds of cases over the years.
How do you find a lost pet?
I have the top tracking dogs, I have cadaver dogs, I have my experience, I’ve got Google maps. I put that all together—nothing spooky, no psychic stuff. I just get out there, and do the groundwork and shake people up, and shake up the woods, and go all through the woods for a body. [These dogs] get in the woods, and they get into areas that you can only go in one way and come out one way and stuff like that.