Here is a compiled list of resources we’ve come to know and trust, as well as sites to watch for stolen or found dogs. You never know where your pet might turn up.
SITES TO WATCH FOR STOLEN OR FOUND PETS
These sites to watch may be hard to watch. But don’t let your guard down. And don’t give up hope. It’s just more avenues to go down to find your pet.
Stray Holds of WIHumane Society
HelpingLostPets.com Search for lost and found pets. – The national site for LostDogsOfWisconsin.org
Craigslist Pets section – already searched for dogs being sold for the Racine/Kenosha area. Be sure to check other municipalities too. Just click the link to get where you need to be.
Craigslist Lost and Found -also already searched for dogs in the Racine/Kenosha area. Be sure to check any other municipalities too. Just click the link to get where you need to be.
Facebook groups and pages for lost and found pets, rummage, animals/dogs/pets for sale or rehoming, pups for sale or rehoming … in your neighborhood and surrounding communities. If you have a very popular breed, branch out immediately. If stolen, they may have been driving right out of town or state. Even still, always start with your local one, join all of the groups for now. Watch all of the pages for now. You can always disconnect after you have your dog back.
OTHER SITES WITH RESOURCES, TIPS, AND STORIES OF INSPIRATION
There is something that each resource offers that is unique to them, whether local shelter, flyer service, tips and tricks, or trap building, and so on, and so on.
When you’re sitting at home, all the steps have been taken and you just don’t know what else to do, you might find some great inspiration from any one of these resources and/or links.
LostDogsOfWisconsin.org – lost and found database, counselors, and resources for Wisconsin dogs.
Lost and Found Dog Resources – and Tips from WIHumane.org
TheRetrievers.org of Minnesota – Volunteer Lost Dog Team