68 Days without Tazz

Author: Lauren Piandes

Tazz went missing on August 15th. We spent several hours over the first couple weeks looking for him. Then we made lost cat posters with his picture and hung them in the surrounding area and posted his information on the nextdoor app and Facebook. My spouse went to the animal shelter and rescue locations checking […]

7 Years Later, Bunny Hops Back

Author: Lauren Piandes

The above referenced cat, Bunny, has been reunited with us, her family!!! Amazingly, Bunny went missing on November 27, 2013, nearly 7 years ago! We honestly never thought we’d see her again and it is absolutely 100% is because of her microchip that she is back with us. Our family rescued Bunny when she was […]

4 Years Gone and Back Again

Author: Lauren Piandes

My dog Alden got out of our yard in North Dakota around the 4th of July 2016 because the fireworks in town scared him. We searched everywhere and asked everyone we could find if they’d seen him to no avail. We gave up all hope of getting him back when our neighbor who owns the […]

Ginger’s Home

Author: dmimrktg

I left the fence gate ajar and of course Ginger, my black Lab, opened it and was gone. My other two, Petey and Sammy, hung out in front of the house, like the good boys they are. Ginger was picked up down the road by someone who is now a friend. Thank you PetLink. I […]

Paisley’s Stroll with the Cone of Shame

Author: dmimrktg

She disappeared about 3:30 PM on Sun. 2/2/20 and was back home by 6:00 PM! Paisley pushed the screen door open and ran off the property onto the road. A kind woman picked her up and took her to a local animal shelter. They scanned her, received my information from PetLink, then they called me […]

Teah’s Brief Escape

Author: dmimrktg

On 1/18 our dog, Teah, was staying temporarily at my stepdaughter’s house while our real estate broker was having an open house at our house. I was notified via email/text that she had gone missing. 5 minutes later a cop called me and said he had found her and brought her to me. I cannot […]