How we're tracking

Snapshot of year ending 2019


Abandoned & lost
animals in our care


Dogs reunited &


Animals in our Foster


Animals in our
Behaviour Program

Our stories

Harpo is just the right medicine for schoolgirl Mia

A one-year old cat adopted from The Lost Dogs Home has turned out to be exactly what 15-year-old Mia needed as she prepares to undergo spinal fusion surgery.  The Melbourne year-eight student has Prader–Willi syndrome, a genetic disorder due to loss of function of specific genes. In newborns, symptoms include weak muscles, poor feeding, and […]

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Mia and Harpo

The search is on for a very special girl’s pawfect and unique match

At just 1 year of age, Mulan, a gorgeous female Doberman has experienced more...

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School’s in for Victoria’s doggos and kitty cats!

Humans aren’t the only ones going back to school this week with Victoria’s dogs...

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Look for the hidden dangers this Easter holiday season

The Lost Dogs’ Home is asking pet owners to be extra vigilant this Easter...

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Adopt a Buddy this Footy Season….and For Life

North Melbourne Football Club defender Jasper Pittard has joined the Lost Dogs’ Home to...

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