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Pumpkins, Corn and Squash are Food Sources for Lost Dogs

Local wildlife and lost pets can enjoy snacking on squash, corn and pumpkins set out for fall decorations. They will make a viable food source for a lost dog at this time of year. Make sure you check yards, farm … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Update

All of our volunteers are working safely from home on their computers and phones. Our services will continue as normal during the COVID-19 outbreak. We look forward to being able to help you during this very stressful time. If you … Continue reading

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How Are We Doing? Year to Date January 2020

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How Are We Doing? Year to Date July 2019

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Zena’s Story

Zena went missing from Somers Township in Kenosha County on July 8, 2018.  She was successfully trapped on August 18, 2018.  Here is a writeup we received from Zena’s owner: Lost Dogs of Wisconsin helped to get my dog Zena … Continue reading

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Sully Makes the Long Journey Home

Last weekend Lost Dogs of Wisconsin volunteers created a chain transport to return Sully, a 5 year old American Bulldog back to his home in Sawyer County, Wisconsin. He had been found and taken by vacationers almost seven hours away to Illinois. … Continue reading

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Whisky’s Story – A Volunteer Matchmaker Notices Whisky’s Photo on a Shelter Website a Month After He Went Missing

  Whisky- A dog who went missing on December 31, 2017 finally went home today February 4, 2018 after being turned into an animal shelter. After almost 6 weeks of being missing one of our volunteers and Helping Lost Pets … Continue reading

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Annie’s Story – A Dog Lost From A Truck Rollover is Safely Caught After Three Long Weeks

Annie’s story as told by Annie’s owner: “On December 2nd Annie and I were involved in a car accident where my truck rolled three times. Annie was ejected from the vehicle and somehow managed to get away unscathed. I thankfully … Continue reading

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Raleigh’s Story

    As told by Esther Maina, Raleigh’s caseworker and Lost Dogs of Wisconsin volunteer  No doubt it was an exhilarating feeling to be able to slip my hand inside his collar. I knew in that moment, he was going … Continue reading

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