Beware of Scammers Who Prey On People Who Have Lost Their Pets

Our services are FREE.  Beware of pet recovery services who will scam or mislead you by: 1. Charging for something you can get for free or 2. Not providing the services they promise. Currently, a company called Pawboost (also operating as FindFido)  is contacting people who have filed a report with our sister organizations (via the […]

Making Large Neon Signs for Your Missing Dog is Cheap and Easy. Here’s How:

Check out your local dollar store for inexpensive supplies to make brightly colored signs for your missing dog. Remember that not everyone has a computer, a smart phone or the internet. Big, neon-colored signs will grab their attention and alert them about your missing dog (or cat). Here is an article from our website that […]

Lost Dogs Illinois Tips, Supporters Help Bring Rosie Home After 11 Days

Susan Hochgraber was so thrilled to see her Belgian Malinois again after 11 days that she almost didn’t mind the “guests” Rosie brought home with her. Almost. “Ugh, the emergency vet found 20 ticks on her the day we got her back,” Hochgraber said. “Then 10 more the next day, and our regular vet found […]

Resurrection for Roo

Meagan Corr never heard Roo scratching the door or otherwise asking to be let in on that slushy, late February day the 3-year-old, 22-lb. Shiba Inu disappeared from her Cleveland Heights, Ohio, home. That was unusual. Roo liked to stay close to home and family. “She was just four months old when we got her […]

Over 30,000 Dogs Reunited in 2015 Through Lost Dogs of America and Helping Lost Pets!

We are thrilled that we helped reunite over 30,000 dogs in 2015. As you can see – the states where we have had organizations the longest, have the most reunions. As the other groups gain traction and become more well-known, their numbers will rise also. We are proud to protect the human-animal bond by keeping […]

It Takes a Village!

This amazing reunion story (as told by a rescue volunteer,  Maria Therese) is being shared for a couple of reasons: There is a need for a centralized lost and found dog database in the US. Our sister sites at Lost Dogs of America are already partnered with a FREE service called Helping Lost Pets (HeLP). It […]

New Microchip Guide from Petlink Helps Quickly Identify Microchip Brand

Microchips are a wonderful tool in lost pet recovery, resulting in thousands of successful reunions each year.  But since many microchip companies compete in the same marketplace, it can be difficult to quickly identify the microchip brand. If you do have internet access, a useful tool is the AAHA Microchip Look up tool. If you don’t […]