ASPCA’s Position Statement on Shelter Responsibilities Regarding Lost Pets

The ASPCA has recently released a Position Statement on Responsibilities of Animal Shelters. We are very pleased that they have put a high emphasis on shelter transparency and proactively reuniting lost pets with their families. Below are some excerpts from this Position Statement. Does your local shelter or stray holding facility do these things? We […]

Helping Lost Pets Provides One National Website for All Missing Pets

An old saying “like two ships that pass in the night” has been the biggest hurdle to increased return to owner rates for shelters and successful reunions of lost dogs and their owners.  The popularity of internet and social media sites have been a wonderful resource for missing dogs but all too often, the finders […]

Lost Dogs of America and Helping Lost Pets
Best Friends National Conference
Atlanta July 16 – 19, 2015

We are very pleased to announce that Susan Taney, Co-founder of Lost Dogs of America and Rob Goddard, President and Founder of Helping Lost Pets (HeLP) will be speaking at the 2015 Best Friends National Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, July 16 – 19. Every year the Best Friends National Conference brings together leaders of the […]

APRIL 23 IS NATIONAL LOST DOG AWARENESS DAY To Remind Us Not All Stray Dogs Are Homeless

April 23 is the second annual National Lost Dog Awareness Day (NLDAD). Shelters and rescues across the United States use this day to bring attention to the many dogs in their care who have family looking for them. We live in a world where people sometimes assume the dogs they find are unwanted. Lost Dog […]