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How Are We Doing? Year to Date July 2019

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Use This Flyer When Your Lost Dog is Staying Reliably in One Area But is Difficult to Trap

Is your missing dog staying in one area but reluctant to enter a humane trap? “Helpful” neighbors may be overfeeding your dog and undermining your efforts to successfully catch him. Lost dogs in survival mode need to be hungry enough … Continue reading

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Did Your Dog Go Missing From Fireworks? Don’t Panic!

Immediately file a report with us at http://www.helpinglostpets.com/LDOW so that we can make a flyer and share it to our Facebook page which has over 85,000 fans in Wisconsin.  Different formats of your flyer will be emailed to you so … Continue reading

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Hayward, Sawyer County Free Microchip Clinic

Lost Dogs of Wisconsin provided free microchips at the Northwood’s Humane Society BBQ in the Bark Park on Sunday, June 9.  Our Sawyer County volunteer, Esther Maina, organized the microchip clinic and had several people helping her.  Thanks to their … Continue reading

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How Are We Doing? Year to Date May 2019

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Eagle River Free Microchip Clinic

What do 78 dogs and 7 cats now have in common? They are all microchipped! This was made possible by Lost Dogs of Wisconsin, who donated all the chips, and DR. John Cheslak and his amazing staff at Dr. John’s … Continue reading

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Lost Dogs of Wisconsin Donates Microchip Scanner to the Genoa City Police Department

Thank you to our volunteers, Wendy Siedschlag and Carol Long  for being such  great ambassadors in Walworth County. They saw the need for a microchip scanner and put in the request to have one sent to the Genoa City Police … Continue reading

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Lost Dogs of Wisconsin Donates Microchip Scanner to Lac Courte Oreilles Tribal Police

Thank you to our volunteer Esther Maina for being such a great ambassador in Sawyer County. She saw the need for a microchip scanner and put in the request to have one sent to the Lac Courte Oreilles Tribal Police. … Continue reading

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How Are We Doing? Year to Date February 2019

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Tips for Dogs Lost in a Rural Area

Dogs lost in rural areas can pose extra challenges because of the sparse population.  It is not unusual for sightings to be few and far between or for there to be a long physical distance between sightings. It can also … Continue reading

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