We’re sorry your pet has gone missing. We want to help you reunite with your pet as soon as possible. Please take a look at the photos of lost pets who have come to our shelter by clicking on the links below and following the helpful tips. Remember, most pets are found in your own neighborhood, so please make sure to ask your neighbors if they’ve seen your pet and post as many fliers of your pet in visible locations so that your pet can get home safely.
Use these tips to find your missing pet. Please use the link below to file a lost pet report with us and increase your chances of finding your beloved pet.
Your Pet's Name
What do you call your pet and what name does your pet come to when called?
Photos of Your Pet
Please send us digital photos of your pet, showing different characteristics of your pet.
Your Pet's Description
What is your pet’s breed, gender, age, weight or size? Please note collar, license and microchip number, if applicable.
Your Pet's Personality
Is your pet shy, timid or energetic and playful? Does your pet have any physical limitations?
How Your Pet Got Lost
Relate as best you can how, when and where your pet became lost. This includes Time, Date and Place.
Missing Pet Resources
Click on the form link below to fill out the information about your lost pet. After you’re finished, it will be sent to our Help Desk. Use the templates at right to create a flyer for your lost pet. (Click on the image to download a Word Document that you can customize for your lost pet. Delete sections that don’t apply.)
Post flyers at local stores, community centers, veterinary offices, traffic intersections and in your neighborhood. Consider ads in newspapers with information about your pet’s gender, age, weight, breed, color and special markings.
It’s unfortunate that many people will take advantage of a traumatic situation for financial gain. To keep yourself from becoming a victim, make sure that you can verify that someone has your dog before proceeding. Ask someone to send a photo of your pet and be wary of those who ask for money upfront.
A pet has a better chance of being returned home if they always wear a collar and an ID tag with your name, address and telephone number. Pets who have been lost for months and even years have found been reunited.
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