Can you help reunite any of these dogs with their owners?

Lancashire lost dogs: These are some of the dogs that have gone missing in Preston, Chorley, Leyland and Longridge

Every year, hundreds of dogs go missing, some for a matter of hours, others for much longer.

By Andy Moffatt
Thursday, 26th May 2022, 12:30 pm
Updated Thursday, 26th May 2022, 12:56 pm

But whatever the circumstances, a lost pet is like losing a member of the family.

For many owners, the search continues for years after the pet has come missing.

And with lockdown prompting an upsurge in dog ownership, some charities have warned that there has been a corresponding increase in pet thefts.

Here are a number of pets that remain listed as missing, from some listed in the past few weeks to some several years ago.

If you can help reunite any of these pets with their owners, visit the Lost Dogs website, and follow the links to the individual dog.

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