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DogLost and Other Lost & Found Websites

Posted: Thu Jun 05, 2014 3:03 pm
by Rescue Remedies
Lost Your Dog? Please register on DogLost's website, and then log in to add a lost dog to their database (look for 'Add a missing dog' on the red 'Dogs Lost' page) and to get assistance with your search from their national network of helpers.
If your dog is missing or stolen you can call DogLost on: 0844 800 3220

Alfieslostdogs may be able to help as they have a large database visited by thousands daily and unlike some other sites they will do all they can to help you without any charges. They have information on site to help you find your dog. Please take a look for any dogs that may be lost in your area and posters are downloadable off the site if you wish to help.

National Pet Register
Registering your pet gives you the added advantage of knowing that your pet records are kept safe and secure along with any other relevant information you supply. Thousands and thousands of family pets go missing each year from theft or by just simply wandering off and getting lost. Don't leave it too late to register your pets online - its FREE to use their service. So find your missing cat or find your missing dog by searching below!

Animal Finders
AnimalFinders currently concentrate on Oxford & surrounding areas but expanding to other areas. Free service.
on Twitter @animalfinders

RailTrack Helpline
The people who clear the track will be able to give a description of any dog killed, which may help people who have lost dogs to find out what happened to them. The phone number is 08457 114141.

DogLost helpers

Posted: Thu Jun 05, 2014 3:09 pm
by Rescue Remedies

A DogLost Helper is a concerned fellow dog lover who would like to assist in finding missing dogs. Simply register your email address and postcode and opt-in to our email alerts to stay informed about missing dogs in your area.


A Helper can print out posters and help owners by putting one up in your local shop, park, library and work place to publicise the loss of their dog. A Helper can also get directly in touch with the owners via the forum and regularly check on the site to see if there have been any sightings or updates on these dogs. It really does help distressed owners to know that others are concerned and are available to help in whatever way they can.

If you would like to help other dog owners who are going through losing their dog and your worst nightmare, then please go to and register.