Excuse our dust. We are revamping the site as we are now a registered non-profit with the state of WI. We have filed for and are awaiting confirmation from the IRS for 501(c)3 status.
When you’re beloved pet goes missing, do you know what to do?
Many do not, so we are here to help.
Who we are:
We are a team of volunteers in Racine and Kenosha Counties. Our primary focus is getting dogs back home safely.
We are your manpower for flyers and searches in Racine and Kenosha Counties in WI. We help track and trap, if necessary, your beloved pup. We help however it is needed… even as your 24/7 contact on flyers and signs, if need be.
We are here for you. We are only a phone call away.
>>>> So head over to Missing A Pet? for step by step instructions to help you get started!
We get our best leads from flyers. The best flyers come from your filing a lost dog report on Helping Lost Pets / Lost Dogs of Wisconsin.
Who we are not:
We are not LostDogsofWisconsin.org. >>>> But please use their invaluable service by filing a lost report on their site! You will then get to save flyers you will use in your search, online and on foot!
You will be assigned a case worker from Lost Dogs of Wisconsin and they will be in touch with you after you file a report. We don’t want to confuse you or give you conflicting information… They are your phone and internet support, they explain the best steps to take to help ensure you get your dog back sooner than later. We are ADDITIONAL support and work closely with your case worker from Lost Dogs of Wisconsin.
We do have a statewide network of people who care and will help in any way they can. But this does not cover the entire state. We are constantly meeting new people in Wisconsin and abroad. We will still consult you in your search for your beloved pet.
** Dogs are a lot more resilient than most people realize. If a little Chihuahua (Princess) can get fat while being out on her own in the dead of a Wisconsin winter, for FOUR months, any dog can survive just fine! But you have to have your number and your dog’s photo or description out there for people to know who to call. It can be hard to find someone willing to help trap a loose dog.