Brian Todd of the Metro Health Department encourages people like Patrick to check with his agency.
"If you feel like this is your dog that you saw on the news, we want you to contact us," said Todd.
He said 28 dogs are still being cared for by the Metro Animal Control, and at a second undisclosed location.
Both places Todd said are under the supervision of vets.
"Right now they are being held as evidence, and because of that, we are not allowing people to come look at them," added the health department spokesperson. "But the dogs are in a much better place now, than they were a week ago."
Todd said people can help identify the dogs by bringing in pictures, vet records and microchips that may have been placed to keep track of the animals.
The spokesperson could not give a timetable on when any of animals would be returned to dog owners if they are identified.