Local Woman Explains Success Story for Lost Dog Awareness Day

Wednesday, April 23, is National Lost Dog Awareness Day.

In Central Wisconsin, there is an organization committed to getting lost pets back to their owners.

The organization is called Lost Dogs of Wisconsin. It's a non-profit, all-volunteer group that helps reunite lost dogs with their owners at no charge.

In 2013, the organization found around 1,400 animals for families. and we are ahead of that pace.

Lost Dogs of Wisconsin Caseworker David Woods, and Trina Sue Lammert visited Sunrise 7 to explain how Bella got back to Lammert, and what the organization does.

If you'd like to connect with Lost Dogs of Wisconsin, you can visit their website www.lostdogsofwisconsin.org, or their Facebook page: Lost Dogs of Wisconsin.

For the full interview, click the video above.

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