Monthly Archives: November 2012

The Problem with Dandelions

One of our long-time volunteers has coined a clever name for some of our missing dogs.  She affectionately calls them  “dandelions” because they are common and they all look alike. The problem with dandelions is that they can present a … Continue reading

Posted in Friendly Lost Dog Strategies, Shy Lost Dog Strategies

Hunter’s Story: “Home Is Where the Heart Is”

Hunter, a seven-year-old lab, went missing from his owner’s yard in Appleton the day before Thanksgiving. He was let out for a routine potty break and disappeared. A loyal, loving, and affectionate dog, Hunter had never wandered from his yard … Continue reading

Posted in Reunion Stories

Why Do “Strays” Go Unclaimed in Shelters?

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Are There More Lost Dogs Now?

People are always amazed at how many lost dogs there are posted on our Facebook page. We commonly get the question “Are there more lost dogs now? Why?” Here is our answer:  YES! There are more lost dogs now. As … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!

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The Gun Deer Hunt Begins Tommorrow in Wisconsin

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Missing Dog Response Seminar Well-Received

On Wednesday, November 14, Lost Dogs Illinois and Lost Dogs of Wisconsin had the pleasure of conducting a seminar for a group of volunteer emergency responders in Palatine, Illinois. The seminar was called “Missing Dog Response” and was tailored to … Continue reading

Posted in Events, Our Organization

A Special Offer from Tomahawk Traps

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How Are We Doing? Year to Date October 2012

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Every Door Direct Mail® Can Help Deliver Your Flyers

The number one way that lost dogs are successfully recovered is through the use of flyers and signs that alert the neighborhood and surrounding areas that your dog is missing. Printing and delivering flyers can be time-consuming and costly. Also, … Continue reading

Posted in Useful Tools