Monthly Archives: April 2012

How are we doing? Year to Date April 2012

Here are the year to date statistics as of April 30, 2012. This month we have an exciting announcement – we will be adding Lost Dogs- MN in with Wisconsin and Illinois. So – the total for the year so … Continue reading

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Our Friday Reunited Story II

If you’ve ever questioned the effectiveness of distributing flyers when looking for a lost dog, you won’t after reading the following… More than a week after a young couple found a female dog and agreed to let a gas station … Continue reading

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Taking a Lost Pet to the Right Place is Key to Reuniting Him with Owners

Do you know what to do when you find a lost dog or cat?  Well, the best chance the animal has to be reunited with his or her family is for you to take the lost pet to the animal … Continue reading

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Finder’s Keepers Does Not Apply to Found Dogs

The law in Wisconsin is very clear about two things.  First, if you find a dog, you do not have the right to keep him or her as your own simply because you found the dog.  Second, you must put … Continue reading

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Community Worked Together to Reunite Carter!

Even if you’re not a Beatles fan, you’ve got to love the refrain from their song, “With a Little Help from My Friends,” which goes: Oh, I get by with a little help from my friends Mm, I get high … Continue reading

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Our Friday Reunited Story!

Duke, a pit bull belonging to Amy and Jeff, has been missing for five months now, as most of you know.  But, neither Amy nor Jeff has given up hope that they will be reunited with their beloved dog, which is … Continue reading

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Talking with Lost Dogs of Wisconsin volunteer… Denise Spangler!

Can you tell me a little bit about yourself, Denise?   I am a retired RN and, although I enjoy working with people, I LOVE working with animals.  Now I am focusing on working with animals and their connection with people.  My dog, … Continue reading

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