Lost Dogs

What to do if you lose your dog

Your best bet to get your pet back is to make sure he's easily identified with id or license tags. If he's found by a good Samaritan or picked up by the Bylaw Officer, the license number or id tag is his ticket home. Municipalities keep records of all license numbers.

There are still several other steps you can take.

  • Call your Town or municipality and speak with the Bylaw Officer.
  • Speak with your neighbours
  • Call your local vet offices; they are often the first place that people call when they find a missing animal.
  • Post a picture and write up on social media
  • Call the radio stations as they have regular lost and found announcements.
  • Make some posters with a colored picture of your pet and post 'em around the neighborhood, in convenience stores, near schools, etc.

If your dog is returned by a stranger who cared for them, give them a box of chocolates or a bouquet of flowers and make sure you cancel the ad and take down the posters.

All dogs should have a collar and dog tags! The thought of a loved dog being stolen or lost is not pleasant for anyone, although statistics clearly show that there is a far greater chance of seeing your dog again if they are wearing a dog collar and license or pet id tag.


A black & white border collie went missing on New Year's Eve from the prairie tee bar on Hudson Bay Mtn. He has a distinct half black half white face, wearing a red collar with his name tag, TUJIO. He is friendly, but was frightened by the fireworks. If you see him, call or text at 250 846 5930 or 2508471079 Greatly missed by his family.


MISSING DOG REWARD AVAILABLE FOR SAFE RETURN AND INFORMATION LEADING TO SAFE RETURN. Cooper was last seen on his family farm on Wednesday December 7th.