Lost your pet? Take action quickly!
Lost pets not reunited with their owners may become available for adoption. Consider checking the adoptable pets listings at your local shelters or rescue groups.
Search our online database to see if your pet has already been found. You should also search the databases for shelters in your area.
Lost pets not reunited with their owners may become available for adoption. Consider checking our adoptable pets and those of other shelters or rescue groups.
If your pet is microchipped, update your contact information with the microchip registry.
Not sure which registry to contact? If you have your microchip number, you can re-register at 24Petwatch.
By submitting lost reports, you can notify multiple area shelters of your lost pet. We also encourage you to visit area shelters and walk through their kennels.
It’s crucial to begin your search immediately. Walk or drive your neighborhood, tell everyone you meet about your lost pet, and provide them with your contact information. Let your friends, family, and neighbors know via word of mouth, social media, NextDoor, Craigslist, and posters describing your pet, including a photo and contact info.