Even when you believe you’ve taken all the precautions necessary to protect your dog(s) from assuming LOST status there is always a chance you may become the guardian of one or more “lost” dogs.
– Always keep a current, digital photo of your companion dog(s)
– Keep descriptive details current
(i.e. weight, coloring, unusual markings, medicine needs, etc.)
Time is of the essence when your dog(s) go missing, so NOW is the time to check to be sure you are as prepared as ever to assemble flyers for posting at:
HELPING LOST PETS (Lost Pets of Texas on Facebook)
SCAM Alert… Watch out for scammers who claim to be representing Lost Dogs of Texas. WE NEVER ASK FOR MONEY. WE DO NOT ACCEPT REWARDS. We are volunteers who want to help people who are in crisis because their dogs are lost. If you get a call from anyone asking for money to help find your dog, hang up.