The weekly Lost & Found Friday column networks displaced pets from Ohio areas north of Columbus. To see pets lost and found all throughout the state of Ohio, please visit Lost & Found Ohio Pets on Facebook.
Please be sure to view the photos and details in the list attached to each article.
If you have lost your pet or found a stray animal, please contact the Cleveland Pets Examiner or Lost & Found Ohio Pets with all of the information. The more information the better! Be sure to include date missing, area last seen, pet’s name – age – breed – and other distinguishing characteristics. Don’t forget to provide contact information and a photo.
Today: new guide helps displaced pets and benefits Beagle Freedom Project
The administrators of Lost & Found Ohio Pets have been giving readers tips in this column about what to do if your pet is missing. Now they have gathered all of that information and more into a handy guide: ‘Finding Fido’.
This is an instructive and important tool every family with a dog or cat should have on hand… just in case.
Lost & Found Ohio Pets has structured sales of the guide so that 100% of the proceeds from sales will directly benefit the Beagle Freedom Project. They chose a beagle group, because so many of the displaced pets in they see on their page are beagles.
The Beagle Freedom Project is a service of Animal Rescue Media Education (ARME). ARME is a nonprofit advocacy group created to eliminate the suffering of all animals through rescue, public education and outreach. The Beagle Freedom Project’s mission is rescuing and finding homes for beagles used in laboratory research.
Beagles are the most popular breed for lab use because of their friendly, docile, trusting, forgiving, people-pleasing personalities. The research industry says they adapt well to living in a cage, and are inexpensive to feed. Research beagles are usually obtained directly from commercial breeders who specifically breed dogs to sell to scientific institutions.
Your purchase of ‘Finding Fido’ will prepare you by providing:
- Tips for preventing the loss of a pet
- Advice for what to do with a stray pet you’ve found
- A step-by-step plan in case the unthinkable happens, and you lose a pet
Your purchase will also fund the rescue of laboratory beagles. To see what a worthwhile cause this is, please view this VIDEO, which shows laboratory beagles seeing sun and grass for the first time in their lives.
The lost and found pets that appear in this article want to be reunited with their families. Remember, the found pets here that end up in shelters will only get a three day hold grace period, and after that they can be euthanized! If you see a pet in the list that is missing from your area, please keep on the lookout, and please continue to share with your friends.
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LOST: “Sophia”, Hudson/ Summit Cty
A family boarded their fur-baby…a poodle named Sophia in a facility in Hudson, Ohio. Upon returning, they were told Sophia escaped minutes before. This occurred on 8/24 at 8:00am. Sophia is a white miniature poodle, wearing a red collar. Contact: 330-389-1426
LOST: “Sweetie”, Niles / Trumbull Cty
“Sweetie” is a female tan/white rat terrier mix. Missing from Shadow-Ridge in Niles. She was ;ast seen near Rte 46. Contact: 330-349-4192
LOST: “Buddy” Wauseon/ Fulton Cty
LOST: Sept 20, Wauseon / Fulton Cty. “Buddy” is a male Goldendoodle, he is wearing a Michigan Wolverines collar. Last seen on 9/20/2013 in Wauseon at Sunny’s Campground. If found or any information, please call (419)345-8421. REWARD
FOUND: min pin, Belmont Cty
Male Min Pin found 250 Bridgeport/Sunset Heights. If you have information call the Belmont County Animal Rescue League: 740-695-4708 and they will put you in touch with the person that has found this dog.
LOST: “Mr. Bizkits”, Mentor
LOST: Sept 17, Mentor / Lake County “Mr. Bizkits” (aka ‘Mr. B’ or ‘Bizkit’) is a 4 yr old male pit. He is very friendly, not neutered. Contact: 440-488-2357
LOST: “Sandi”, Caldwell / Noble Cty
Lost: Sept 20, Caldwell / Noble County. “Sandi” is a young female boxer missing from her home on North St.Contact Samantha 580-927-5587. REWARD
LOST: “Sassy”, Marion / Marion Cty
Lost: Marion, Oh. Since February 1st, 5 yrs. old Female Siberian Husky. Black and White with some tan. Reward is increased to $500.00 for safe return. Contact Kim 740-751-6472.
FOUND: senior dog in Perry Twp / Stark Cty
Found: Perry Township, Canton, Oh./ Stark County. Found Sept. 14th senior female wearing a pink collar. Has a micro chip…Please click photo and read information. Contact Cathy Burns at Stark County Humane Society: (330) 453-5529
LOST: “Kera”, Zanesville / Muskingum Cty
LOST: Sept 20, Zanesville / Muskingum Cty. “Kera” is a 5 year old female teacup yorkie. Less than 5 pounds. Very timid. Recently shaved so body fur length is shorter than head fur. No collar or microchip. Was seen Friday on Richmond ave headed towards Dresden road then Wednesday on the corner or Dresden and maple at the laundry mat by the construction but ran down an alley toward Euclid. $100 reward upon return call day or night with any details 749-630-6056
LOST: “Thunder”, Akron / Summit Cty
Lost: Akron, Oh. Kenmore area. Male Malamute, 11 yrs. old, white, grey, black with brown, 125 pounds. Missing Tuesday Sept. 24th. Contact 330-221-1360.
LOST: “A.J.”, Columbia Station / Medina Cty
LOST: Sept 27, COLUMBIA STATION / Medina County. “A.J.” is a male
Golden-doodle- last seen on Brokaw Rd. between Hawke & Reed roads the afternoon of 9/27. He is white/blonde, around 40 lbs. He tends to be timid & is harmless. Please call 440-506-2017.
FOUND: French Bulldog, New Albany / Franklin Cty
Found French bulldog – new albany, ohio
Found near central college and Hamilton rd – sept 25th
Please crosspost so we can reunite with missing family
Contact Karen 614-206-4001 or Jennifer 614-214-1219 or Eunice 614-901-4050
LOST: “Sasha”, Minerva / Stark Cty
Lost: Minerva, Oh. last seen August 14 on Avalon Rd. and Legend in Malvern”Sasha Bean” a reward is being offered for her safe return, contact 330-522-4137.
LOST: “Rocky”, Columbus / Franklin Cty
LOST: Sept. 26, Columbus / Franklin Cty. “Rocky” is a male Boston Terrier. He is missing from the Short North /Weiinland Park area newar E 5th ave and 6th st. He is wearing a flea collar. Contact: 440-836-2746 or 614-602-7627
LOST: “Buddy” W.Jefferson / Madison Cty
Lost: Madison County, Oh. West Jefferson. Male Lab/Pit Mix wearing a brown and green collar, 95 pounds has been missing since Sept. 21st. Contact Dana Graessle 614-353-9024 email Reagyn216@gmail.com
LOST: “Jeff”, Columbus / Franklin Cty
Our dog Jeff broke out of the back gate and ran away. We cannot find him anywhere. We live on the north side of OSU campus. He’s a Bulldog/Bassett hound mix, smaller than you might think, probably about 45 lbs, brindle, bulldog head, long body. He’s pretty skittish around people so trying to catch him might scare him away. Please call 312.953.5448 if you see him anywhere. Again, please share this if you have friends in our area. Missing since mid-August.