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Lost Dogs Database for Loudoun County, VA

Search lost and found dogs, as well as other pets, in the Leesburg area with PawBoost.

Lost Female Dog last seen Westover Park , Arlington, VA 22205

Reported 3 months ago, updated 3 months ago

Maggie Female Dog

LOST PET ID: 69767120

Arlington, VA 22205

3-year old Shih Tzu with gray, white, and brown fur

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Lost Male Dog last seen Jerusalem rd and Jerusalem Church RD, Poolesville, MD 20837

Reported 8 months ago, updated 3 months ago

Yeti Male Dog

LOST PET ID: 69176980

Poolesville, MD 20837

Blue tick fox hound, may still have multi colored toe nail caps on. Wearing a brown leather collar with Yeti and 781-244-9955

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Lost Female Dog last seen Fairfax county  highway , Fairfax County, VA 20171

Reported 3 months ago

Lana Female Dog

LOST PET ID: 69771019

Fairfax County, VA 20171

Has a marking on paw

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Lost Male Dog last seen jennings rd, Kensington, MD 20895

Reported 3 months ago

Junior Male Dog

LOST PET ID: 69768875

Kensington, MD 20895

Black white and brown King charles Cavalier , he only has brown in his eyebrows little spots on him face and a brown butt

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Lost Female Dog last seen Rockshire/Hillary St, Franconia, VA 22315

Reported 3 months ago

Lola Female Dog

LOST PET ID: 69763598

Franconia, VA 22315

Large brown Newfypoo

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Lost Dog Data for Loudoun County, VA

There are 65 missing dogs in the area.

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Find Your Dog Sooner with PawBoost

When you have a missing dog, it can be difficult to know what to do in the moment.

How do I find my dog? Do I have to visit the dog shelters in my area in person, or is it okay to just call? How can I get the word out to my local community in Leesburg?

With our free tools and premium add-on services, PawBoost helps lost dog owners find their furry loved ones – 1,690,266 pets reunited and counting!

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Frequently Asked Questions

I lost my dog. What should I do?

Take advantage of online platforms – they help you get the word out, quickly and easily. You can report your lost dog to PawBoost in no time flat. We’ll send an email alert to our local members, post to the PawBoost-powered Facebook page for your area, add your dog to our lost & found, and make a lost dog flyer – all for free.

Other sites that help you raise local awareness for your lost dog with minimal time and effort are – a PawBoost partner – and Craigslist. Both of these sites have very active lost & found sections mainly used for lost pets. We highly recommend you use these resources in addition to PawBoost!

Visit your local shelters and animal control agencies in person. Details can get lost in translation over the phone and that might lead to missed connection.

If chipped, make sure your dog’s microchip is registered and up to date. If you don’t know your pet’s chip manufacturer or number, your vet should be able to help locate this information.

Put up flyers and tell your neighbors to be on the lookout. The more you engage the Leesburg community, the better your chances of a happy reunion!

Read our full guide on how to find your lost dog for more actionable tips.

Where do I report a lost dog in Loudoun County, VA?

If you lost a dog, we would like to help. You can report a lost dog to PawBoost for free to help find your dog in the Leesburg area. Millions of pet lovers have signed up for our local lost & found pet alerts, and that includes pet lovers near Leesburg!

Do I have to pay for premium PawBoost services to find my lost dog?

You don’t have to pay to find your lost pet with PawBoost. PawBoost’s free dog finder services have helped millions of people reunite with their lost dogs.

PawBoost does offer premium upgrades to help increase the reach of your lost pet alert.

You can learn more about what free and premium services PawBoost offers here.

What are the PawBoost Posting Guidelines?

• PawBoost does not take part in foster care or custody disputes. If you believe someone has wrongful custody of a pet, PawBoost is not the place to resolve that dispute.

• PawBoost is a platform for LOST and FOUND/STRAY pets ONLY.

• Please do not include personally identifiable information about other individuals in your posting.

• Please do not use profanity.

• Only images of your pet or a pet you found should be submitted. Please do not submit images of anything else.

• Must be 18+ years of age to post on PawBoost

• Please do not post the same pet more than one time.

• Please do not include links to other sites in the post message.