Find out how to boost your return-to-owner rates through leniency, partnerships, and non-judgmental attitudes.
Hear how the Marin Humane Society boosted their return-to-owner rates for both dogs and cats.
To encourage adult cat adoptions, Kansas Humane uses displays in empty kitten cages.
A judicious combination of "old school" media and "new school" technology can provide stellar results for finding lost animals.
At HSPPR, zip codes help immensely with matching stray animals to lost reports but that matching still needs to be done by a person.
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.
With effective licensing, Calgary's Canada Animal Services returns approximately 89% of missing dogs to their owners.
Fremont Animal Services in California increased compliance by issuing automatic citations to those who don't purchase licenses for their pets.
SCRAPS in Washington State created a pet license campaign that increased the numbers of licensed animals immediately.