Found Dog

If you have found a dog:

Determine breed, sex and approximate age (pup, young, mature, etc.)

Check for I.D.
Tags: license, veterinary clinic
Tattoo: check ear and flank
Take to a facility with a wand to check for microchip (The Edmonton Humane Society, some vet clinics)

Notify
The Edmonton Humane Society - Phone: 471-1774, Address: 12251- 67 Street
The Dog Pound - Phone: 496-8860, Address: 12515-128 Street (8 to 5 Mon to Sat)
Local veterinary clinics
Rescue Committees: Edmonton Kennel Club for lost and found voice mail, Breed Clubs

Advertise
In the Edmonton Journal - Phone: 428-1234 (Free for found dogs)
On the radio

While caring for a found dog
Secure well in a fenced yard
Keep on a leash
Transport with care
Protect yourself (A frightened dog may be unpredictable)

When talking with possible owners
Screen carefully
Can they prove ownership?

Lost Dog

If you have lost your dog:

Phone and visit daily
The Edmonton Humane Society - Phone: 471-1774, Address: 12251- 67 Street
The Dog Pound - Phone: 496-8860, Address: 12515-128 Street (8 to 5 Mon to Sat)

Phone
Local veterinarians - Check the complete list in the Yellow Pages
The Emergency Clinic - Phone: 433-9505, Address: 11104-102 Avenue
Local radio stations
Local breed clubs

Advertise
In the Edmonton Journal - Phone: 428-1234
In the Edmonton Sun - Phone: 468-2401
In other local papers

Make up flyers
Photo or drawing of dog
Written description, including age, sex
Post in veterinarian offices, Petsmart, Petcetera, Superpets, grocery stores, schools
Deliver to homes in the area where the dog was lost

Search
Get help from friends
Knock on doors in the area the dog was lost

Check the following website for more information
lostdogsearch.com/searchbasics.htm