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How Are We Doing? Year to Date June 2014

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Did Your Dog Get Scared By Fireworks? Don’t Panic!

If your dog went missing from the fireworks last night – don’t panic. Immediately put out your dog’s favorite blanket, some food and water, and something that smells like you (a dirty sock or pillowcase). Then file a report with … Continue reading

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Fireworks and Dogs Don’t Mix!

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How Are We Doing? Year to Date May 2014

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Bee Bee’s Story

A “HAPPY” story and reminder for all – on why you should NEVER GIVE UP!!Reunited ~ after being lost for 7 MONTHS!! Bee Bee the Shih-Tzu Mix from Milwaukee in Milwaukee County.Bee Bee is finally home safe and sound, after she … Continue reading

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How Are We Doing? Year to Date April 2014

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Lost Dogs of America Announces the First Annual National Lost Dog Awareness Day

On April 23, the U.S. will celebrate its first annual National Lost Dog Awareness Day (NLDAD). Created by Susan Taney and Kathy Pobloskie – directors of Lost Dogs Illinois and Lost Dogs of Wisconsin, respectively – the canine-centric holiday aims … Continue reading

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How Are We Doing? Year to Date March 2014

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Place an Ad in Your Local Newspaper When Your Dog is Missing

One of the most overlooked ways to get the word out about your missing dog is placing an ad in your local newspaper or shopper. Social media has taken the world by storm, providing a cheap, easy way to spread … Continue reading

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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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