Find Easton's Lost Dogs on Facebook
Easton Animal Control sets up Facebook page for stray dogs.
Speaking to the Easton Zoning Hearing Board last month, Mayor Sal Panto talked about how the city had found itself "in the dog business."
And like a lot businesses today, this one is on Facebook.
The city's Animal Control Officers have set up a Facebook page for Easton's lost and found dogs.
People can look for dogs that went missing, and also find dogs they might want to adopt. The page comes a few months after the city began devoting part of its website to stray dogs, with a page showing all dogs that have been turned in at the city kennel.
There's also a form to report your dog missing. Animals are kept in the kennel for five days, after which the city tries to find a shelter, rescue group or adoption service, the website says.
The city has seen an increase in the number of stray animals it deals with due to overcrowding at the Center for Animal Health and Welfare in Williams Township.