If your pet is not microchipped, or you are unable to scan a found pet, check out some of these options...
Check our their website and follow the prompts. They use pictures of lost & found pets to get pets back to their homes. Whether you've lost a pet or found someone else's pet, this is a great way to network these pets to get them back home safely
Be sure to call your local shelter. Leave a message if they don't answer. Describe the pet you are looking for (or have found) & your contact info.
"Lost & Found Pet" groups on facebook are a great, quick way to network locally! Post out a picture of your missing (or found) pet & a unique attribute to identify your pet, along with contact information for you so if found, someone can contact you
Reach out to local vets offices, especially the one with your pets' records on file to report your pet missing so they can call if someone is looking for your pet's owner. If you find a missing pet with a rabies tag, please call the vet office on the tag and they can search the tag number to find the owner.
Not every rescue does it, but if your pet is lost, please email us a couple pictures and info about your pet and we will happily post on our social media pages as soon as we have a volunteer who is able to. Please keep us updated, so we can update the post once your pet is returned!
This website allows you to post about an animal you have found or if you've lost your pet & files it in their nationwide database in an attempt to more quickly reunite lost pets with their owners
If your pet is not microchipped, but you would like to get them chipped, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org & we'd be happy to help you!