9 Ways to Give a Lost Dog the Best Chance of Reuniting With His Family!

4. Call the Local Shelter


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The lost dog’s owners may start calling shelters to see if their dog has been turned in. Call your local shelter and leave a description of the dog and your contact information.


5. Look for Flyers


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Many people post flyers with photos of their lost dogs on telephone poles and at local gathering places, such as coffee shops and supermarkets. Keep your eye out for these flyers.



6. Make Your Own Flyers


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You can create flyers of your own with a picture of the dog and a label announcing “Found Dog.”


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