Monday, April 15, 2013
Lost Dogs Illinois, founded in December 2010, has helped reunite almost 4,000 dogs with their owners.
When two of her dogs went missing from two different veterinarian clinics just two months apart, Susan Taney panicked. "Even though I knew what to do, I was in a panic," said Taney, who is part of a Beagle rescue that has a dog recovery team. "I could not think straight." Thanks to her fellow Beagle rescue friends who came down from Wisconsin to help, she got both of her dogs back. "We thought, there's really nothing out there (to help people)," said Taney. She and her friends decided to start a Facebook page in Wisconsin to help reunite owners with their lost dogs—dubbed Lost Dogs of Wisconsin—and just 10 months later, in December 2010, Lost Dogs Illinois was born. "We wanted to be able to provide resources and tools to owners of lost …
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Lucky went missing Monday night in Grayslake.
A Grayslake resident is searching for her dog, Lucky, who went missing Monday night from the parking lot of the Jewel-Osco store in Grayslake. Lucky, a male white miniature poodle, was last seen heading north on Atkinson. He is 3 years old and weighs about 15 lbs. He is microchipped. According to the Lost Dogs Illinois Facebook page, Lucky is "shy-timid. Please do not call or chase. May cause Lucky to run in fear." If you have any information about Lucky, please call (847) 505-8695 or (847) 913-2119, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, December 21, 2012
The dog, Paris, went missing from Libertyville this week.
Editor's Note: This local resident asked if we would share this information about her lost dog. We are always happy to help! Please be on the lookout for her dog, Paris! ------------------- From Tracy Crane: Paris is an 8-year-old sheltie female who went missing on Tuesday 12/18 from Libertyville. She is a bit skittish around strangers, so we're asking that people do not chase her. It's ok to call for her, but only if using a calm, sweet, almost child-like voice, otherwise she'll get spooked and run away. She has tags with her name and my cell number, and is microchipped as well. Please check under porches, in sheds or bushes, or other places where a dog could hide to stay warm. All the area police departments have been called, as well as …