How we're tracking

Snapshot of quarter ending June 2017


abandoned & lost
animals in our care


dogs reunited, rehomed
or sent to rescue


animals in our Rescue


dogs in our
Behaviour Program

Our stories

Mash adjusts to life on three paws

Stray cat Mash was in a sorry state when he arrived at our shelter in August. His front legs were badly mangled, leaving him unable to stand or walk. Mash’s injuries would have been excruciating. He was immediately given pain relief to help keep him comfortable. But, his spirits still remained high. Mash wasn’t able […]

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Mash arrived in our care with two fractured legs. After delicate surgeries and an extensive recovery in foster care, he's now ready to find a home.

From hardship to happiness: Puss in Boots settles into his new life

Puss in Boots was very unwell when he arrived at our shelter, suffering from...

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Important information for pet owners in Moreland and Darebin

From Monday 16 October, stray pets found in the Moreland and Darebin council areas...

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Government announces more rights for renters with pets

The Lost Dogs’ Home welcomes legislative reforms that will provide more rights to renters...

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Puppy Pre-school at The Lost Dogs’ Home

Puppy Pre-school has arrived at The Lost Dogs’ Home! This fun, hands-on course will...

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