If you FOUND a pet with a Smart-i-Tag™ attached . . .
(Click here to go to our Lost & Found Page to Report it!
After you register your Smart-i-Tag™ personal PIN Code, and five contact numbers you attach the Smart-i-Tag™ to your valued pet or belongings. When someone finds your pet or belongings they call the 800# on the back of the Smart-i-tag™ , give the operator the PIN Code on the tag. At that time they are placed directly in contact with you to arrange for a safe return of your pet. Note: Some pet owners have one of the contact number listed as their veterinarian in case of emergencies. Please inform your veterinarian of your purchase of a Smart-i-Tag™ and provide them with your Pin/Code
3-Step process with Smart-i-tag™...
1. Call the 800# on the tag... or
Click here to go to our Lost & Found Page to Report it!
2. Give the automated operator the Pin/Code on the Pet's tag...
3. You are immediately placed in contact at one of the numbers you registered...
Note: Some pet owners have one of the contact number listed as their veterinarian in case of emergencies. Please inform the veterinarian that you have found a pet with a Smart-i-Tag ™ Pet Locator attached.
Useful tips if have found a pet without a Smart-i-Tag™...
If you have found a stray animal, you have several options to choose from.
You must decide whether to hold the animal until you can locate the owner or you may decide to request that the animal be held at the Animal Humane or SPCA Service Center.
If you would like to hold the animal while attempting to locate the owners, please utilize the following guidelines in attempting to locate the owners:
File a found animal report at your local Animal Humane or SPCA Service Center.
Report A Found Pet Search For A Found Pet.
Notify local veterinarians.
Check with your neighbors...
and post signs and/or hand out flyers in the area where the animal was found. Please be aware that the posting of flyers, signs, or posters in a public right-of-way, median, or telephone pole, is a violation of city ordinance.
Attempt to trace any identification the animal may be wearing.
Take the animal to a veterinarian or to the Animal Humane or SPCA Service Center to have it scanned for a microchip. Run ads in your local papers under the lost and found section.
Also, check ads daily for lost pets.
Please remember if the animal’s owner is found, please contact any agencies, organizations, or where you have filed "found" reports so the reports can be cancelled and removed.