Tools & Tips
Looking for ways to increase the numbers of lost dogs returning to their owners in your community? Read how Lost Dogs Illinois and Lost Dogs of Wisconsin use a winning model that empowers pet owners and the wider community.
A strong RTO program works in tandem with adoption efforts to help save more lives.
This webinar reveals the results of a national survey that examined how people find their lost pets, and provides tools and messaging to support your reunification efforts.
Looking to increase your live release rate by returning more lost pets to their homes? Return to Owner (RTO) programs can also prevent more animals from straying in the first place.
Keeping Dogs and Cats in Homes: A Three-Phase Retention Study (.pdf) conducted by the American Humane Association and PetSmart Charities Inc.
Ideas and initiatives to help keeps pets safe at home.
When pets are lost, both the animals and their owners can suffer. But where do they end up? New research on lost pets conducted by the ASPCA reveals that a significant percentage of the stray dogs and cats in shelters around the country may not have someone looking for them.
ASPCA Research finds that many strays may not have anyone looking for them.
The Pet Detective Club is an amazing volunteer service created in 2007 by a 23-year-old college student and aspiring veterinarian.
The ASPCA's ID ME research investigates whether ID tags on dogs and cats help the public to return lost pets to their owners.