April 23 is Lost Dog Awareness Day

April 23 is Lost Dog Awareness Day

Is that local animal shelter dog in fact someone’s lost pet? Did you know that 30% of pets will go missing in their lifetime? That’ 1 in 3. According to studies performed by the ASPCA and the Humane Society of the United States the estimates show that 40-60% of dogs in local animal shelters are actually someone’s pet that went missing. Established in 2013 by Lost Dogs of America, Lost Dog Awareness Day seeks to bring your attention to these startling statistics and to remind you to micro-chip your pet. Not later, NOW! Since forming in 2011, Lost Dogs of […]
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Episode 37 – Kathy Pobloskie

Episode 37 – Kathy Pobloskie

Kathy Pobloskie, Director and Co-Founder of  Lost Dogs of Wisconsin is committed to reuniting owners with their lost dogs. She is also a Co-Founder of Lost Dogs of America an umbrella organization that is helping other Lost Dog state groups get off the ground, with currently 35 states participating. While much of what Kathy and her team do on a daily basis depends on their memory, they also have many resources and tools they use on their website, to help the owners of lost pets be reunited. Rachael Wondra
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