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Closed 06/07/2017

raised of £10,000 target by 509 supporters

    Weʼve raised £11,265 to help DogLost improve this site and service to keep delivering  awesome results.

    Funded on Thursday, 6th July 2017

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    DogLost is a free service manned by an incredible community of over 100,000 dog loving volunteers and helpers. Whom together have helped reunite over 60,000 dogs with their owners.

    Due to the success of DogLost's invaluable "open to all" database the demand on the community has grown beyond all expectations..and whilst we are all very proud of this it does bring in increased running costs to an organization that has no funding.

    So we are not too proud to ask for your help on behalf of our canine friends to continue this amazing journey and implement suggested improvements  to our website from our dedicated team that can only enhance the chances of reuniting dogs.

    Please be a part of this may need us one day...
    And to those we have helped in the past..please remember us.
    Dogs transform our lives...we owe it to them to be there when they need us.



    • Jayne Hayes7 years ago
      Jayne Hayes

      Jayne Hayes

      7 years ago

      Lovely photo in this morning showing some of the search party and Dexter the dog they found last night...Well done all!..shows the team spirit of dog owners pulling together to help. Thank you for everyones kind emails with more suggestions coming in to improve the doglost site...with the extra money above target we can start to add to our "to do" list.

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    • Jayne Hayes7 years ago
      Jayne Hayes

      Jayne Hayes

      7 years ago

      What can I say? TOTALLY blown away by the support! well done everyone you got us to target! and a sincere thank you....I think a photo says it all better than I could....

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    • Jayne Hayes7 years ago
      Jayne Hayes

      Jayne Hayes

      7 years ago

      Thank you everyone...expecting some reunited photos in shortly to share with you...

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    7 years ago

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    Page last updated on: 6/29/2017 16.07



    • Sue Marriott

      Sue Marriott

      Jun 29, 2017

      Thanks DogLost for your support at a very stressful time. Such a worthwhile organisation.


    • Lindsay herrington

      Lindsay herrington

      Jun 19, 2017

      Very grateful for all the work you do helping reunite lost dogs


    • Julie Hart

      Julie Hart

      Jun 16, 2017

      Thank you so much for raising money for such an amazing organisation. The help and support that they provide mean the world at a desperate time! Thank you so much for being there xxx


    • Jenny lancaster

      Jenny lancaster

      Jun 15, 2017


    • Debbie Thompson

      Debbie Thompson

      Jun 14, 2017

      Keep up the good work and thank you to you and all the helpers that give their time.


    • Jen Gillibrand

      Jen Gillibrand

      Jun 14, 2017


    • kay sheakey

      kay sheakey

      Jun 14, 2017


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    Jayne Hayes

    Jayne Hayes

    Jayne started up DogLost after her French bulldog Hermes was stolen. At the time there was no database for missing dogs in the UK. Jayne was reunited with Hermes 6 weeks later due to the help of complete dog loving strangers who had taken missing posters and circulated them.

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