UPLOADING IMAGES TO WWW.LOSTDOGS.IE

March 22nd, 2012

A common query to www.lostdogs.ie relates to uploading pictures of dogs to the site. The answer to the problem is that when uploading images to www.lostdogs.ie the image must be a a .jpg or .png type of image and not a PDF or other type of non-image document.

Twitter for Lost Dogs, Found Dogs and Dogs Needing New Homes

June 6th, 2011

We first started using Twitter to automatically post your ads from this site back in early 2009. However, Twitter made some changes a few months ago causing the feature to break (Grrrr)…

We were not planning on fixing it but it seems a lot of you are now using Twitter – so after many requests from you our visitors, this is now working again!

Upload your photos and spread them across Twitter

Good home offered in Donegal

April 20th, 2010

A member in Donegal is offering a good home to a small young dog to be company for her other dog – whose last companion was stolen. If you can help you can contact us at puppy@lostdogs.ie or through the contact page and we will pass your details on.

We hope to have a “Home Offered” section shortly.

STOLEN PARSON RUSSELS AND JACK RUSSELLS

March 28th, 2010

Thank you Enda for allowing us to print details of the e-mail you sent us which concerns the serious problem of stolen dogs.

I have had 3 dog taken in the 6 months, is there some one lifting dogs all the time? We have had dogs at our home for over 40 years and never lost one and in 6 months 3 dogs vanished; 2 Parson Russell’s and a mini Jack Russell, all pure breed but not registered. Does any one know why they are vanishing?
The first 2 went in august. I then bought another Parson dog pup and he vanished last week.

www.lostdogs.ie hope that when a dog is stolen a picture would be put on our website and our aim is for anyone buying a dog to check the website first – in case the dog they are being offered is actually a stolen dog

A new record?

February 1st, 2010

“Just like to say thanks after three hours of posting on your website we were reunited with our dog thanks again”
– paul

Three hours? I think that’s a new record Paul!

SPCA Links

January 15th, 2010

DSPCA – The Dublin Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a registered charity, established in 1840 to prevent cruelty to animals and is now Ireland’s largest animal welfare organisation. Link to the DSPCA.

ISPCA – For nearly sixty years the Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ISPCA) has worked locally and nationally rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming animals. The ISPCA has continued to develop its facilities and staff functions in order to fulfil its core function, the rescue, rehabilitation and responsible rehoming of cruelly treated and neglected animals. Link to the ISPCA.

GSPCA – The Galway Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Don’t breed or buy whilst homeless pets die! Link to the GSPCA.

Reunited Dog after 5 Months Missing

January 15th, 2010

Lovely email today from Lucia Wilde aka LurcherLover



Hia

My lurcher bailey was stolen last march from castlepollard in westmeath. SHE HAS BEEN FOUND!

A wonderful couple in Kilkenny 5 months ago found her in Kilkenny. They only recently saw her picture on the internet and checked to see if she was chipped. They rang me at the weekend and I confirmed it was her.

I wanted to thank the forum for their help, advice and support. I will collect her at the weekend……I am soooo happy to get my girl back safe and sound.

Thanks and warm regards.
Lucia Wilde

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Here is a photo of Bailey home now safe and sound after 5 months missing!

Lost Dog Reunited Story

September 9th, 2009

Re-posting a great story from a lostdogs.ie member ClaireBoyles – Claire was reunited with her dog Sasha thanks to the site. Great news Claire and we appreciate you telling your story!

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I rang the DSPCA, local vets, Garda stations etc but no one had found Sasha. I honestly didn’t think I’d ever see her again and I just hoped that she’d been found by someone who would give her a nice new home & that she was safe.

 

I received a phone call from a lovely lady called Brenda who had a little brown & white dog who’d been found in the Phoenix park. She asked me did Sasha have a collar, and what colour was it? I told her green leather- I’d bought it in Italy for her last summer. So sorry, said Brenda this collar is black- best of luck finding Sasha. I was really disappointed, but there wasn’t anything I could do.

 

5 mins later Brenda rang back- her collar IS green :)

 

I was delighted, I couldn’t believe it!! Sasha had been found!! I can’t remember the last time I was so happy about hearing some news!!

 

Sasha had been found in the Phoenix park very muddy on Thursday morning, near the President’s residence & one of the members of staff knew Brenda and knew that she had been looking for a dog so they called her. Brenda & her 2 teenage children then set about seeing if anyone had lost a dog, because Sasha was obviously someone’s pet – not a stray. They got onto the internet and found her on www.lostdogs.ie and rang me. :)

 

If it wasn’t for twitter & the amazing amount of help & support that I received – and people telling me about the websites for lost dogs I would never have found her. I am SO grateful, thank you everyone who helped find Sasha. I am so delighted that there is a happy ending to this story!

 

As you can see from the picture she is very happy to be at home again. When I picked her up on Saturday I’ve never seen her so excited & delighted to see myself & Goldie. She doesn’t understand how well known she is- this morning on our run someone shouted over to us across the road that they’d seen her in Phoenix park & glad to see we’d been reunited! Let’s hope she’s learned her lesson- I certainly have, she’s not getting off the lead again at night I can tell you!

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Huge €1000 Reward for Safe Return of Lost St Bernard Dog in Wicklow South West Area

September 2nd, 2009



Lostdogs.ie member John Deegan has posted a huge offer of €1000 for the return of his St Bernard Dog Lance. An obviously distraught John, pictured here in happier times with his St Bernard Pack, is a huge animal lover and is desperate to get Lance back home.

Read more about Lance’s details here

Every lost dog is equally important but this €1000 reward offer is a huge leap. I hope the success stories found on the dogs reunited page keep your spirits and hopes up!

Daniel – volunteer admin at www.lostdogs.ie

August 31st, 2009

Daniel – just to wish you well tomorrow on your return to primary school teaching and to thank you for all your great work on the site during July and August.

From Cathy and Simon





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