One of our most rewarding services is reuniting lost pets with their families. We maintain records of animals, both lost and found, and compare them with incoming stray animals, in area newspapers, and internet lost and found connections. This free service brings many cherished pets home to their families each year. Please act quickly, as more time passes, the more difficult it becomes to reunite you with your lost pet. Regardless of the timeframe though, do not hesitate to look!
If you have lost your pet, please visit the shelter immediately! While you are at the shelter we ask that you complete a lost report to keep on file. Please include a photo of the animal to help with identification.
If you have found a pet, please notify the shelter immediately! We receive numerous reports for lost pets each day - help us reunite these lost pets with their families.
Remember, if you have found an animal, cannot locate the original pet parent, and intend to keep the animal in your home it is imperative that you take the animal to a nearby veterinary clinic or animal shelter so that it can be scanned for a microchip. This is a way to identify the animal and the owner. Microchipping animals is becoming increasingly common and is a great way to protect your new pet.