Pet care starts with the owner. Through our programs, we aim to build the connection between how to be a good pet owner and what is not appropriate for pet owner behavior based on the animal’s needs.
Rescue Behavior Training
Found & Lost Dogs is committed to finding and keeping pets and their owners together and provides obedience training and agility exercises to dogs of any breed. Together we’ll teach your dogs important obedience skills while creating a lasting bond of trust and love for you and your dog. Regardless of the issues you face, we have solutions.
Community Intervention for Pet Welfare
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we work hard to foster and maintain the relationships between animals and people in our community. We offer a completely anonymous hotline for people to call if they’ve identified an animal who is being subjected to inhumane conditions. We address situations in a neutral manner and on a case-by-case basis. Our job is to resolve the situation in the most humane way possible while guiding pet owners towards resources and solutions that will create a successful adoption for their pet.
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We offer temporary boarding if pet owners cannot properly care for their pet for a specific period of time. Whether it’s during family emergencies, vacations, or unexpected events, our boarding services provide peace of mind for both pet and owner.
A microchip is a safe, simple, and permanent way to reunite lost pets with their owners. In 2020, 52% of dogs taken to shelters were reunited with their owners as a result of microchipping. Microchipping is a permanent form of identification. Unlike collars or tags, microchips cannot be lost, torn off, or stolen. Local clinics, shelters, and animal control agencies can scan a dog for microchips and, if necessary, contact the owner.
We focus on making microchipping accessible. We are the only mobile microchipping provider in Kern County, California.
Field Trip! Pet Care 101 for Kids
Good pet ownership starts with teaching our future pet owners how to be responsible with pet care. We offer classes at schools on the basics of pet care for kids, or we host field trips to our facilities to teach kids the basics of pet care. We make this a fun and educational class for kids so they can grow up and be responsible pet owners.
Pet Civilians: Pet Care 201
A responsible dog owner is one who protects, cares for, and has boundaries with their pup. This intermediate class aims to teach young adults and adults alike how to be the best owner they can be. We discuss the animals’ needs, their behavioral requirements, nutritional considerations, as well as dos and don’ts when it comes to being a pet owner.
Donations are the lifeline of this organization, and ultimately the connection between life and death for the animals in our care. There’s a lot of work required to be a full-time rescuer. We have no funding from government sources and rely completely upon the effort of our donors.
There are several ways to donate: monetarily, donating on amazon, providing supplies, etc. All forms of donations are helpful and appreciated. Click below to keep the life line of rescue going.