This video courtesey of
This video courtesey of http://www.johnsinformation.com
People who post or share lost or found or adoptable pet links on FaceBook need to see this to help increase the chances for these little animals
KLM’s dedicated Lost &
KLM’s dedicated Lost & Found team at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is on a mission to reunite lost items as soon as possible with their legitimate owner. From a teddy bear found by the cabin crew to a laptop left in the lounge. Locating the owners can sometimes be a challenge, so special forces have been hired…
And remember: if it happens to you, the KLM Social Media team is always there for you on Facebook and Twitter!
Yes, it's a lot of fun. Personally I think he is a real asset to the company. And he can really do something no one else can. Our main goal is to return lost items to the owner. As fast as possible. To do that, we monitor social media. And the crew checks the plane after every flight. I really like the fact that we are now getting some help with that.
We train for muscle strength, endurance, and of course socialization.
When you see the reactions of the passengers that really is amazing. He drops by regularly but I have to admit: I do spoil him a bit.
Ingenious. Both the dog and KLM.
Hello KLM, please make that your airplanes travel to Perú
KLM dog soooooooo cute
That dog is brave to go on the baggage carasol
In this video, we hear
In this video, we hear from Jane from DogLost about the work they do to help owners find their dogs before they end up in an animal shelter or the RSPCA.
Jayne Hayes, founder of DogLost, describes how she started up the organisation 8 years ago. Her own loved pet, a Miniature French Bulldog, had gone missing but was eventually found after 6 frustrating weeks. In trying to find him, she had found the biggest problem was not only that the different organisations she approached, such as the police and local authority, didn't seem to care about a missing dog but also that they didn't seem to communicate with each other. The idea of an Internet based central organisation to hold information on missing and found dogs seemed to be the solution.
DogLost is a large and free organisation that can help in a huge variety of ways in helping to reunite dogs with their owners. Jayne offered a word of warning against some smaller organisations, which often make hefty charges, and argues that, due to the nature of the service, a central service such as DogLost seems to make more sense.
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