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What to Do When You Find a Lost Dog

This morning, I decided to go on a quick run with my dog, Scout, before work. While we were jogging down our usual path, a small pit mix ran up to us. My feelings went from confused to surprised to excited to protective of Scout, because you never know if a stranger dog is going to be nice to your pup right away.

The dog seemed harmless, so I checked her collar for a tag – nothing. She looked malnourished, but because she ran right up to me, I knew she had to be someone’s pet. I looked around to see if anyone was calling for her, but I heard nothing.

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July is Pet Loss Prevention Month

Have you ever lost your dog? If you have, then you know the infinite feeling of worry and heartbreak that you have until your furry friend is returned safely home. If he hasn’t returned yet, then you’re still wondering if he’s out there.

July is Pet Loss Prevention Month, a month dedicated to raising awareness for one of the biggest problems that pet owners and families can have. According to the ASPCA, every year, around 8 million dogs and cats end up in shelters around the U.S., and a majority of those pets belong to families.

We wanted to give you some advice to make sure that you never have to lose your best friend.

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