When arriving in the park, use your cell phone or digital camera to photograph your pet just in case!
Pets must be on a leash no longer than 8 feet at all times. Pets must be under control at all times. Pet owners are not allowed to let their pets interfere in any manner with other people's enjoyment of the park. These rules apply to all pets except service animals helping people with disabilities.
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Second...Notify the office staff, park ranger, and campground host. Be prepared to describe your dog: breed, color(s), gender, weight, and age, color of collar and tags, as well as demeanor. (Is it friendly, or timid, or shy?)*
Notify other campers. Describe your lost dog, Give them a slip of paper with your phone number, the park office phone number and your camp site number. Advise them that if they see your dog to keep it in sight. Emphasize that they should not try to catch the dog, but call you immediately.
In the event that you have to leave the park without your dog, inform the office. When you return home, go to these places on the web: Lostdogsofwisconsin.org, findtoto.com, Carigslist, Petfinder.com, findfido.com, and pets911.com.