Let’s Talk Pets Radio Features Lost Dog Awareness Day

Exciting shows coming at Let’s Talk Pets Radio with Patty Giarrusso! National Lost Dog Awareness Day is April 23rd. To help raise awareness of the importance of lost pets, our next four shows will be by Susan Taney of Lost Dogs Illinois / Lost Dogs of America, Kathy Pobloskie ofLost Dogs of America and Lost Dogs of Wisconsin,Lisa Ann Donaldson of Lost Dogs Arizona andMarilyn Knapp […]

Did Your Dog Get Scared By Fireworks? Don’t Panic!

If your dog went missing from the fireworks last night – don’t panic. Immediately put out your dog’s favorite blanket, some food and water, and something that smells like you (a dirty sock or pillowcase). Then file a report  from this link: http://helpinglostpets.com You will be able to create a free flyer and social media […]

Use This Flyer When Your Lost Dog is Staying Reliably in One Area But is Difficult to Trap

Is your missing dog staying in one area but reluctant to enter a humane trap? “Helpful” neighbors may be overfeeding your dog and undermining your efforts to successfully catch him. Lost dogs in survival mode need to be hungry enough to take the risk to enter a humane trap. An overfed dog has little incentive […]

Pet FBI and Helping Lost Pets Launch Nationwide Lost and Found Pet Database Collaboration

COLUMBUS, OHIO (June 7, 2019) — Pet FBI (PetFBI.org) Executive Director Leslie Poole announced today that the 20-year-old Columbus-based organization has launched a database collaboration with HelpingLostPets.com. Together, the nonprofit service organizations offer a comprehensive listing of lost and found pets across the United States and Canada, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Pet guardians […]

Choose Your Words Carefully When Your Dog is Lost!

Lost dogs generally fall into one of two categories.  They were either “Opportunistic” or “Lost from a Stressful Situation”.  Click on the links above to read more about these definitions. Sometimes you will see the phrase “my dog ran away”.  We find these words to be problematic and even detrimental to the safe recovery of the dog.  Implying that […]

Generating Sightings is the Key to a Successful Recovery

Generating sightings of your missing dog is the key to a successful recovery. You should be using a three-tiered approach: 1. Quickly hand deliver flyers and posting signs in the area where your dog was last seen. This is the Number One way lost dogs are found. This should be done in the first few […]