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Tips to Keep Your Dog Securely in Your Yard

The neighbor’s husky pup can’t get past the buried landscape timber. An hour later he made his way into my yard. He found a spot where there was no barrier.  by Barb McDonald, LDOW Volunteer and Founder of the Lost/found … Continue reading

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11 Year Old Girl Asks for Donations for Lost Dogs in Lieu of Birthday Presents

Via David Woods, Lost Dogs of Wisconsin Marathon County caseworker: “I just met McKenzie Roo at the Weston Dog Park who handed me the donations and supplies she raised. She asked for donations instead of birthday presents for her 11th … Continue reading

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How Are We Doing? Year to Date February 2014

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How Are We Doing? Year to Date January 2014

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How Are We Doing? Year to Date December 2013

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Abner’s Story

On December 8th we received the fantastic news, that Abner, missing since October 5th was finally safely contained at a home in White Lake, Langlade County; about 65 miles from where he went missing.  You can read the newspaper accounts … Continue reading

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‘Tis the Season to be Jolly…. Tips to Remain Jolly and Keep Your Dogs Safe

Statistics show that many dogs become lost during the holiday season.  With the holidays fast approaching Lost Dogs of Wisconsin would like to remind you to keep your dog safe during the hustle and bustle: Traveling with your pet Be … Continue reading

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A Dog’s Letter to Santa

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How Are We Doing? Year to Date November 2013

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Baby, it’s Cold Outside – Keep Your Dog Safe

With the weather becoming blustery, dog owners might consider the following safety tips: Keep ID tags on your dog at all times along with a properly fitted collar – personal ID tag, Rabies/license tag, and microchip tag.  If your dog … Continue reading

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