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What To Do When a Pet Goes Missing


Spring fever has sprung...has your pet gone missing? 

The Humane Society of the United States has some excellent tips on what to do FIRST (read here for the full article, "What to Do If You Lose Your Pet"):

  1. Contact local animal shelters and animal control agencies
  2. Search the neighborhood
  3. Advertise
  4. Try the internet
  5. Be wary of pet-recovery scams
  6. Don't give up your search!!

In addition, if you live in Wisconsin, be sure to utilize Lost Dogs of Wisconsin at https://www.facebook.com/findfido/.  Social media can be a critical asset to spreading the word quickly for people to keep a look out for the animals that are lost.  Be sure to check out their pinned Facebook post--they have info on what to do if you have lost your pet, OR if you have found a lost pet!  They also provide a link to an online form you can fill out to get your lost or found pet in the free search directory.

Here are three pets currently missing in the East Troy/Mukwonago, Wisconsin area (click photo for details):

 

Mukwonago Nail Clinic this Saturday

Nails by Jamie will be here this Saturday, May 19th, from 9am-1pm to clip your dog's nails! $10 per pet, no appointment necessary.

 

HAWS PETS OF THE WEEK

To learn more about how to adopt through HAWS, please visit their adoption page.  You may also give them a call at 262.542.8851.

 Zoey is a 5 year old Pit Bull Terrier Mix.  She has lived with children and cats before. She has a lot of love to bring to her adoptive household which is why she's so thick, but we are working on losing some weight. She is a very fun and playful girl!

Zoey is a 5 year old Pit Bull Terrier Mix.  She has lived with children and cats before. She has a lot of love to bring to her adoptive household which is why she's so thick, but we are working on losing some weight. She is a very fun and playful girl!

Have a paw-some day!!
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