Helpful Tips for Lost and Found Dogs

Helpful Tips for Lost and Found Dogs

There are many ideas in these tips that will help you get your dog home. Please take the time to read and implement these tips. Paws crossed.

Black And White Flyers

A black and white flyer is better than no flyer at all! Be sure to put them in sheet protectors (designed for 3-ring binders) to make them water proof!
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Dogs May Not Look Just Like Their Photo

Many breeds and mixes can look different, it's important to look at all options to make sure it's not your dog.  A dog can look very different depending on the photo.
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Feeding Stations

It is important to refrain from too much traffic around your feeding stations, and to have a routine.
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Be Sure To Have Clear Pictures Of Your Dog


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Dog Lost in Rural Area

A great tip from Lost Dogs of America Scared lost dogs will often gravitate to a farm where there is a reliable food source like outdoor cat food or spilled grain. Farms provide a multitude of hiding places. Lost dogs will hide in sheds, old barns or under old farm machinery and creep out at […]
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Five Things To Do If You Have Found A Dog


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We Don't Recommend A Reward

Our thanks to Lost Dogs of America for this tip. Please do not offer a reward for your missing dog. We will not post rewards on our pages or share any flyers with the words "reward" on them. Here is why: 1. If your dog is shy; offering a reward does exactly what we DON’T […]
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Ask Your Postal Worker For Help


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Five Things To Do If You Have Lost Your Dog


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P: Impounds from cities in Minnesota that start with a P

Impounds from Minnesota Cities starting with a P This is a list of impounds by city.  If you have found a dog and don't know what to do with him, this is a good place to start contacting for help.  Alternatively if you have lost a dog, this is a great place to start calling […]
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