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September is Lost and Found Month

If your own pet has ever gone missing, you know what a relief it is to get the phone call from someone who’s dialed the number on your pets’ collar.

Critical in many of these reunions is the good Samaritan who found or chaperoned your pup to a safe place.

Here are some tips for what to do if you want to help reunite the dog and its owners:

Safety first

There are three things you should always keep in mind if you see a stray animal: the safety of the animal, your own safety, and the safety of others.  

Check their tags! 

If you can get close enough, check for identification.  If the pet has no identification, have the pet scanned for a microchip - it's at no cost to you and can help reunite the pet with their family.​​

Call for back up

Try to get the pet into a fenced area where it won’t escape. and call for backup!  Your local Vet or Animal shelter can give you more direction.

Prevention

Make sure your Pet wears a collar (even if you believe they’ll never run away, or they do not go outside).   Accidents happen.   Another option is to get your pet micro-chipped.   Micro-chipping reunites lost pets with owners within minutes of being found.  Micro-chipping is only around $20- $30. 

About Justice Rescue:

Some might think an abused dog is hopelessly unable to overcome their abuse, but they are amazing creatures. While some dogs make go through unspeakable cruelty, dogs who have been abused, abandoned and seem broken in every way, can learn to trust again. A second chance is something everyone deserves. Since 2011, and at great personal expense, Justice Rescue has taken in and rehabilitated nearly 5,000 dogs to loving forever homes. Justice Rescue does not euthanize for space, and at least a dozen of the current animals that were severely abused and not adoptable, will enjoy lifetime sanctuary with Justice Rescue. Justice Rescue is one of the East Coast’s only nonprofit organizations that actively patrols our communities for animal abuse. If it wasn’t for the generosity of supporters like you, they wouldn’t exist.

Justice Rescue Dog of the week:

stray

 

Do you know this dog? 

This poor boy was rescued as a stray in Parkside , PA. Covered in fleas, emaciated and very sad. Justice Rescue is taking care of him, and gaining his trust. He very scared, shuts his eyes expecting to be hurt when we reaching for him. This boy will need rehabilitation and a lot of  medical attention. If you know his owners please reach out to Justice Rescue directly. Info@justice-rescue.com.

GloriaA Note from Gloria and a Contest for you:

Help support Justice Rescue and save more dogs in need. Submit a photo of your dog to be featured alongside the Justice Rescue Dog of the Week. One dog will be picked weekly to be featured on this page. Mealey’s Furniture will donate $100 in your dog's name to Justice Rescue and you’ll win a cool bandana and a $50 Gift Certificate from Pet’s Plus, who offers the largest selection of natural and holistic pet foods at the lowest prices!

Week 10 winner:

Chewy is this week's winner. Mealey’s Furniture will donate $100 in your dog's name to Justice Rescue and you’ll win a cool bandana and a $50 Gift Certificate from Pet’s Plus, who offers the largest selection of natural and holistic pet foods at the lowest prices!

Chewy was nominated by Carolyn McAllister. Congratulations!

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