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Jump Starting Your Search For the Long Lost Dog

Your lost dog has been missing now for several weeks (or months) and your sightings and leads have fizzled out. Don’t despair!! It’s never too late to  jump-start the search for a long-lost dog. This article is designed to give you … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas From the Volunteers at Lost Dogs of Wisconsin

From the LDOW family of volunteers to your family, we wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Thank you for your kindness and support in 2014. With your help over 2000 dogs have been reunited so … Continue reading

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How Are We Doing? Year to Date November 2014

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Where Could They Be?

  As the year draws to a close we are going to ask you to click on this link and to look through our 2014 Lost Dogs Album one more time. Although we have had an incredibly successful year (over … Continue reading

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Princessa’s Story Helps Another Lost Dog

  At Lost Dogs of Wisconsin our motto is Never Give Up. Our mission has always included educating the public on successful methods of finding shy, lost dogs.  We have found that many owners give up far too soon, so … Continue reading

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Duncan’s Story

Do you remember Duncan’s story? He was the missing beagle from the Fox Valley, whose teenage owner, Bernardo rode his bike in terrible weather to check out leads and deliver flyers. Duncan was finally brought in to Fox Valley Humane … Continue reading

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Princessa’s Story – A Small Lost Dog Survives Four Months During a Brutal Wisconsin Winter

Once upon a time there was a small 8 lb. chihuahua/rat terrier cross named Princessa who was the princess of the house. She sat on the back of the couch and probably ate bon-bons. Then one day on November 6, … Continue reading

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How Are We Doing? Year to Date October 2014

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The Top Five Reasons Shelters Should Post Pictures of Lost and Found Pets on Facebook

5. Shelters that post pictures and flyers of lost and found pets on Facebook generate goodwill, positive press and donations. 4. Shelters will elevate their reputation in the community from “dogcatcher” to compassionate life-savers. Since “stray” contracts are funded with taxpayer money, … Continue reading

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Happy Howl – O- Ween

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