Help Is Needed to Bring These Missing Dogs Home

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Hundreds of pets go missing every day in the US.  Owners make fliers and hang them up in their towns and post them on various online sources.  With so many fans around the world, we’d like to be one of those sources to give people the best chance of getting their pet home.

 

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If your dog or cat is missing, please email me at [email protected].  Type “LOST” in the subject, and attach a flier (preferably a jpg) that says “Lost” or “Stolen” at the top, includes a clear photo (or two – face and full body) of your pet, their name (and nicknames), where they are missing from and/or were last seen, the date they went missing, any distinguishable features (unique markings, a limp, a scar, etc.), and a contact phone number or email address.

If you have found a dog or cat, get a good photo or two of them, then make a flier that says “Found” at the top, and below the photo include your contact information, basic location, and date the animal was found.  Email the flier (preferably in jpg format) to [email protected] with “FOUND” in the subject.

Together we can help get dearly loved animals back where they belong.  Please share this message with others so they will know to come here for help.

 

22 thoughts on “Help Is Needed to Bring These Missing Dogs Home”

  1. I have noticed a number of shelters and rescue groups rushing to adopt out lost pets who come their way, without spending needed time to find their families. More effort needs to be put into reuniting pets and owners instead of re-homing the pets.

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