February is nationally recognized as “Responsible Pet Ownership Month”. Responsible pet ownership includes taking steps to prevent your dog or […]
Celebrating Halloween festivities with your pet can be a fun bonding experience but a few precautions are necessary to prevent your furry friend from getting lost.
August 15th is recognized annually as Check the Chip Day! Many people either adopt or purchase an animal with a microchip implanted or have it done at their local vet or shelter but then don’t give it another thought.
It seems like hardly a week goes by that we aren’t hearing about a natural or man-made disaster on the news. Hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, hazardous waste spills, floods, gas leaks and other catastrophic events put our families and our pets at risk with frightening speed and regularity
The July 4th weekend creates a “perfect storm” for missing pets. Here are some suggestions on how can you prevent your pet from being lost or enable a quick reunion if they are lost.
Science has proven that a furry four-legged pal could ease progression of the disease and improve quality of life in Alzheimer’s patients.
People are always amazed at how many lost dogs there are posted on our state Facebook pages at Lost Dogs of America. We commonly get the question “Are there more lost dogs now? Why?”
Lost pets can be found weeks, months and even years after they go missing. Not a day goes by where we don’t hear of a remarkable reunion from an owner of a long lost pet who feared that the worst had happened.
It’s National Pet ID Week (April 16 – 23)! National Lost Dog Awareness Day (April 23) finishes the week off. This is a day Lost Dogs of America started to help bring awareness to missing dogs.