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What To Expect When You Get Your Lost Dog Home

Great news! You’ve successfully been reunited with your missing dog!  If your dog has been gone for more than a day or two you will want to get them in to see a vet as quickly as possible to make sure … Continue reading

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Lost Dog, Libby, is Home Because of a Newspaper Ad

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. Libby, the Australian Cattle Dog from Kenosha, Wisconsin was found because her owners placed a … Continue reading

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Is This a Match? Are Both Photos of the Same Dog? Yes!

When trying to match lost and found pets, be aware of potential problems when comparing photos. Lighting conditions, exposure, subject position, camera angles, the age of photos (of lost pets), the pet’s condition, the position of eyes or ears, etc. … Continue reading

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How Are We Doing? Year To Date February 2017

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How Are We Doing? Year to Date January 2017

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How Are We Doing? Year to Date December 2016

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Where Could My Lost Dog Be?

As the year draws to a close we are going to ask you to click on this link and to look through our 2016 Lost Dogs Album one more time. Although we have had an incredibly successful year (over 2700 … Continue reading

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Helping Lost Pets Adds New Feature to List Shelters Within 25 Miles

According to the U.S. Census the average American will move 12 times in their life. This means that many people do not know where their local shelter is when their pet goes missing. Factor in that dogs and cats (unlike … Continue reading

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When it Comes to Microchips – Does Size Matter?

Are smaller microchips better?  Not necessarily.  There has been a trend towards very small microchips in the animal sheltering and veterinary world.  Smaller microchips can be easier to insert for very small dogs, puppies and kittens.  The drawback? “Mini” microchips … Continue reading

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How Are We Doing? Year to Date November 2016

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