How Vet Clinics Can Help Reunite Lost Dogs With Their Owners

IMG_5683Veterinary clinics are on the front line for lost dogs. Good Samaritans who have found a missing dog and are trying to locate the owner will often bring it to a vet clinic to be scanned for a microchip.  What next? What if the dog doesn’t have a microchip?

Here are 5 reasons you should ask your vet clinic “Have You Joined HelpingLostPets.com?

1. When someone brings in a Found Pet with no chip or tags, you can look on the map for pets missing near you and quickly phone the owner
2. Veterinarians and Shelters have access to contact phone numbers not available to the public
3. You can list the pet as Found in just a few minutes. Much faster than phoning around to other clinics
4. When you list a Found Pet, other clinics/shelters/groomers/etc in your area that have joined will receive the Found Alert
5. Your clinic will be on the map. Thousands of people access the website every day and they may be looking for a Veterinarian near them.
You can add your clinic, using this link: www.HelpingLostPets.com/ORG
HelpingLostPets.com is a National Pet Registry that is free for all to use and is map based.

 

L969673_529650997093809_387608333_nost Dogs of America is pleased to partner with HelpingLostPets.com. We use this website to help us manage your listings as well as provide you FREE services like creating flyers and email alerts to other members in the area. You can view our listings from all of our states on their map at: www.HelpingLostPets.com/MAP

 

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