Peak to Peak Keeshond Fanciers
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If you have lost your Keeshond:


Step 1: If the dog is micro chipped notify the registry of the chip.
Even if your registration has lapsed. They have record of your dog. They will notify veterinarians and other people in the area
Step 2: Notify animal control.

They will be glad to keep an extra eye out for your missing dog

Step 3: Call all shelters in the area.
Email them a picture if they will allow it. If not, drop by with one
Step 4: Make flyers with a picture

o Post at street crossings, stop signs, businesses, etc.
o Go door-to-door for several blocks in all directions
o Mention on flyer if dog requires medication

Step 5: Get as many "eyes" as possible on the look-out.

o UPS drivers
o Mail Carriers
o Children
o Dog walkers, joggers etc.

Step 6: Post on-line and all local papers

o Craigslist
o Local Sites
o Send email to local rescue groups
o News Papers Online classified

Step 7: Contract Breed Rescue Group

o Conact anyone listed on this website if the dog was lost in Colorado. We may know something that we haven't posted on this website. If no, we have a network that can get the word out. They include show breeders and rescue volunteers.
o If your dog wasn't lost in Colorado, contact your someone in local area and ask for their assistance in spreading the word.

Step 8: Contact Veterinarians in the area including your own.

If someone brings in a keeshond that has been found, they will know how to contact you.
Step 9: Look further than you think. If someone picked up your dog, they may have taken them home, several towns away.

If you have found a Keeshond:

Step 1: Check for collar with tags on it.
If there are tags call: (in order)
o Microchip Registry
o Owner's Telephone Number
o Rabies Tag issuer
o City Registration

Step 2: Take the dog to a veterinarian or animal shelter to scan for Microchip. There is no charge for scanning.
Step 3: Call Shelters closest to you
o Anyone looking for a dog?
o Advise the shelter what you have found.

Step 4: Post On Line
o Craigslist
o Local Sites
o News Papers Online classified

Step 5: Make a Flyer with a picture
o Post at street crossings, stop signs, businesses, etc.
o Go door-to-door for several blocks in all directions
o Mention on flyer if dog requires medication
Step 6: Call Breed Rescue You would be surprised on what we have heard and who we know are looking for their dogs. Let us be of assistance.

Step 7: If you cannot find the owner, take dog to a No-Kill shelter, request to get dog back if owner does not reclaim

 

Dedicated to Spitfire / Kelcey who found her way home to her family

Contact Webmaser: R Lipphardt Last updated August 2012