The Lost & Found Friday column networks displaced pets from Ohio areas north of Columbus. To see pets lost and found all throughout the state of Ohio, please visit Lost & Found Ohio Pets on Facebook.
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If you have lost your pet or found a stray animal, please contact the Cleveland Pets Examiner or Lost & Found Ohio Pets with all of the information. The more information the better! Be sure to include date missing, area last seen, pet’s name – age – breed – and other distinguishing characteristics. Don't forget to provide contact information and a photo.
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Today's tip – don't underestimate the value of social media
Lost & Found Ohio Pets reports that out of the more than 1,068 cases of missing pets posted on their page over the past 13 months, more than 406 of those cases have been resolved. The 38% success rate surpasses the national average of 22% of lost pets being reunited with their families.
L&FOP credits the success to the cooperation of other lost and found pet pages on Facebook that network with them. Pages focusing on pets in Butler County, Youngstown, Dayton, Geauga County and Cleveland all help each other spread the word about displaced pets.
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