Lost & Found
We understand how scary it can be to lose your furry friend. Please call the Shelter to report your animal's information will so that we can put them on the “Lost Dog” list. You may also bring in a picture of your dog to help with identification.
Lost dog information is posted for two weeks.
We will attempt to identify and contact you if we believe we have either found your animal or if someone has contacted us with their matching the description.
You are also encouraged to call and visit the shelter at least every three days to see if they have been brought in. If you live near other counties it is a good idea to contact those shelters to report your information.
If you find your animal outside of our services, please call us so that we can remove it from our list.
We also encourage you to search for your lost dog or cat on Petco Love Lost: We have partnered with Petco Love Lost to easily help search the national lost and found database and create a searchable/shareable alert for your missing pet. Upload a picture of your pet or searching by location. Powered by facial recognition technology, Petco Love Lost helps match found animals to reported lost pets nationwide. Visit Petco Love Lost and search now!
If you haven't done so already, be sure to register your pet on Petco Love Lost to do things like create a Lost listing that can be shared and print out premade fliers. You can also receive fliers via text message or email.
Use the sharing features on Petco Love Lost to distribute your lost pet listing on other social media outlets like Facebook, Craigslist, and Nextdoor.
Make sure your pet’s microchip information is updated: If a finder takes your missing pet to be scanned for a microchip, you want to make sure that all the information is correct so that you will be contacted immediately.