Lost Dog Template

Template Details
Available Formats:
Microsoft Word, PDF, EPUB, TXT, ODT
Template Size:
А4 (21 х 24,7 cm)
Editable Elements:
Color, Text, Objects in template
Available Formats:
Microsoft Word, PDF, EPUB, TXT, ODT

Do you lose a dog? Don't panic! Having a printed lost dog created with the use of the template, the individuals can easily find your four-legged pet. You can place the poster on the resource of veterinary clinics, lost animals communities, on message boards. You will succeed!

The Google Docs in the form of the file has everything you need to attract the attention of passers-by: a catchy name, a place for a photo of a pet, a block with a reward. The lost dog poster developed with the use of the template can be used by all clients. They can add necessary content blocks with detailed nuances of the behavior:

  • Its unique features of appearance
  • usual places to visit
  • Don’t forget to indicate where you last saw your pet, be sure to leave your contacts (phone number, your name)

You can edit all elements in the lost dog template: change the size, width of text blocks, and their position on the page. To add a photo of a dog, click the «Cut» button in the placeholder block, and insert your photo of your pet. We recommend that you choose a photo with the maximum detail of the dog so that passers-by can remember his appearance.

Missing posters based on an effective introduction of the Google Docs as a part of the templates are completely ready for printing and sharing in electronic format. Thanks to the pre-formatting, the poster looks good. You don't need to worry about setting page parameters.

Kateryna Kyrylova


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My goal is to create beautiful and intuitive graphic designs for individuals and businesses! I, Kateryna Kyrylova, specialize in a variety of formats, from Google products to Microsoft.

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Art education

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