Lost Dogs of Wisconsin is an all-volunteer, federally recognized 501 (c)3 organization. Our services are free. We are a virtual organization with dozens of volunteers around the state who work from their home computers and telephones. We do not have a facility nor do we ever take possession of lost or found dogs. We partner with an international lost and found database called Pet FBI. Owners of dogs file a report with us and we guide them through the very confusing and traumatic process of finding their dog. Lost dogs can be found safely weeks, months and even years after they go missing. We also help finders of loose dogs locate their owners.
In 2017 we helped safely reunite 2900 dogs with their families.
Donations are used to purchase equipment such as trail cameras, traps, microchip scanners, batteries, memory cards, sponsor microchip clinics, the cost of informational booths at statewide pet expositions, production of educational materials for distribution at events as well as operational expenses including insurance, postage and website expenses,etc.
We will try to comply as quickly as possible to media requests. Please reach us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling Kathy Pobloskie, director, at 281 785 4565. Thank you!