If LOST a pet without a Smart-i-Tag™ attached. . .
(Click here to go to our Lost & Found Page to Report it!
First check with our partners at PetFinder.com:
Special pets looking for a loving family, Catahoula Rescue
Report it on our Smart-i-Tag Lost & Found Page!
Search the immediate area around your residence and your neighborhood.
Click here to go to our Lost & Found Page to Report it!
Did you know that statistics show a majority of lost pets are not recovered by veterinarians, animal shelters, or humane societies, but by your neighbors?
Talk to your neighbors and ask them to be on the lookout for your pet.
Provide them a flyer with a description or picture of your pet and a telephone number where you may be contacted. Each day, contact the Animal Service Centers. Stray animals are held for 72 hours, and animals with traceable identification are held for 7 business days, prior to becoming available for adoption or euthanized.
Please visit the Humane or SPCA Center...
each day to determine if your pet has been impounded. Each year animals are placed in their care.
Distribute and post flyers...
throughout your neighborhood, veterinarian offices, pet stores, mail carrier and other individuals who spend considerable amounts of time in your neighborhood. Please be aware that the posting of flyers, signs, or posters in a public right-of-way, median, or on a telephone pole, is a violation of city ordinance.
in your local papers under the lost and found section. Also, check ads daily for found pets. File a lost animal report.
Take the necessary precautions to prevent escape in the future-fence repairs, etc.
Always keep a collar and an identification tag on your pet, such as a Smart-i-Tag. A tag is a lost pet's ticket home.
Other important steps
Keep your pets supervised at all times and having them spayed or neutered.
Finally, keep a photo of your pet on file in the event he or she strays again.
Occasionally, citizens will take found pets to the Humane Society Good luck in locating your pet. If you do not have access to the Internet, allows us to report a lost or found animal on the Internet for you.
Also, don’t give up looking after a few days.
We have helped residents locate their pets’ weeks after they have disappeared.
More than 12 Million pets are lost or stolen each year.
Even the most responsible pet owner can experience circumstances, which allow a pet to stray or become lost. If your pet becomes lost, please utilize the above guidelines to assist you in locating your lost pet.