Lost Dogs of America is a coalition of 23 state volunteer groups who provide no cost resources to the owners of lost dogs to increase the chances of locating and being successfully reunited with their dog. We also provide education for dog owners on preventing the loss of their dog. The program also benefits local animal control and shelters by decreasing the number of “owned strays” entering the animal control/shelter system and increasing the chances of finding an owner once the dog is in their care.
To educate and empower owners with resources and tools to assist them in locating their lost dogs.
Provide finders of lost dogs with resources to facilitate more reunions with owners.
Reduce the number of “strays” in shelters and animal control facilities.
Educate the public on keeping their dogs safe.
The Lost Dogs of America website was created and is maintained by the two original founding members of the Lost Dogs network: Lost Dogs of Wisconsin and Lost Dogs Illinois. The website was created as a way to share the articles, ideas and resources that they have gathered from experience in the successful recovery of over 20,000 dogs.
Please feel free to browse and share our articles from the Lost Dogs of America website by going to www.LostDogsofAmerica.org. We do ask that you give Lost Dogs of America any credit for reprints or shares of the material found on the site and that you do not remove or change any logos. Thank you!
To report a lost or found dog in one of these states, click on the correct link below:
Lost Dogs of America is pleased to partner with HelpingLostPets.com. We use this website to help us manage your listings as well as provide you FREE services like creating flyers and email alerts to other members in the area. You can view our listings from all of our states on their map at: www.HelpingLostPets.com