Dog Finder Is A New Digital Lost and Found For Pets

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Trying to find a lost pet typically will start with a few fliers and a call to the local pound, but a new site uses modern technology to help reunite pets with their owners. 

How it works

Simply sign in with a Twitter, Linked In, Yahoo or Facebook account and you can easily add a lost pet or one that you've found. You can upload a photo and information as well as the location where your pet was last seen or where your found pet was discovered.

Additionally, with the information entered into the Dog Finder site, you can download a printable format to make paper fliers for your neighborhood to increase your chances of success.

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Sample poster courtesy of Dog Finder. 

A Collaborative Community

According to the Dog Finder website, their goal is to create a community of pet lovers. The fact that they offer mobile apps will make that easier to exchange information quickly for the best chance of a reunion. Imagine how quickly this could work! It might even save a trip down to the pound and the $50 it would take to spring your pup out! 

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