Duncan the Lakeland Terrier was always looking for adventure — and one day his wish was granted!
If you think agility is only for lightning-fast Border Collies, think again. This very popular sport is one that almost any dog (and handler) can enjoy.
After missing for 74 days, Hobbes came out of hiding, and thanks to his enrolled microchip with AKC Reunite, he was successfully reunited with his family.
Almost two years ago, Jo-Jo disappeared from his back yard. Then his owner Sarah received the long-awaited phone call — Jo-Jo had been safely found.
Bonnie was only gone for 15 minutes, but it was enough time for her microchip to be detected and for AKC Reunite to call her owners vacationing in England.
Toby the Chow Chow went missing one day from his yard. Eleven days later, out of nowhere, Toby returned!With the dangers of busy streets and speeding cars, pet theft, and other loose animals, Toby was lucky to have made it home unscathed. But if Toby becomes a frequent flyer and makes wandering away from home a habit, he might not be as fortunate. That’s why AKC Reunite is here 24/7 to protect dogs like Toby that could wander. At AKC Reunite, we encourage all pet owners to increase their pet’s protection by enrolling them with our recovery service, so we can notify pet owners when their lost pet has been found!
Max the domestic long-hair saved one of his nine lives! Since he is an indoor cat, he doesn’t wear a collar, which was problematic when he escaped.
Did you know dogs can also be swayed by peer pressure? One of our microchipped and enrolled pet owners found this out quickly when three of her five dogs went missing one night.
Bruno the 7-month-old Husky loved to wander on his owner's property, but when evening turned into morning, Bruno was nowhere to be found.
When you see a dog of a particular breed do you automatically make assumptions about its likely behavior? When you see a “friendly” breed, do you automatically assume that he is, indeed, friendly?