Our member Melissa Bee
have compiled a list of places to post information about lost pets:
*Join us here at this Pet Missing Alert Group…so many great people can be helping you!
Make sure you checks animal control. Ask to please see all dogs not just the ones up for adoption. Often many if strays, collar or no collar can be in isolation areas. If you do not ask they will not tell.
Search sites to Find Local Pet stores, Vets etc. to notify, post flyers, email or write.
- CA Pet Detective, AnnaLisa
- Pet Detective List by State
- Many good links and info
Free to Register Online Lost, Missing, Stolen or Found Pets
17) Join groups like http://groups.yahoo.com/
K9AmberAlert, LostK-9Alert, & K9Alert
Register Pets information etc. - Prices Vary
Helpful Notes below:
Check your local shelters every 3 days.
Very hard trying to cover every place your pet could be.
Check your neighborhood, talk to everyone about your missing pet.
Your mail carrier, trash collectors, neighborhood children,
people are in your area daily that cover a lot of territory.
The more eyes to help you look the better.
Contact local veterinarians, humane society/animal shelter/aspca/pound
To ensure they have a lost report on file for your lost pet.
Make and put up flyers – food delivery, grocery shopping plaza,
telephone poles were cars stop near major intersections.
Make and put up posters where legal.
Big Bright Neon Poster Board with Pets photo in the center –
Write only : LOST , Reward?, Phone number.
Website like Myspace or one easy to remember to get your info online if they see your pet.
Never list your address on flyers, posters or online listings etc.
Stick to only what is needed to get in touch with you.
*Local animal services may have a binder book with clear sheet covers you can put
your pets photo and information in for others to come in and look if they found a pet.
If they do not have a book, ask if you can get one to leave with your info and
places for others to add in.
*Newspapers -- place add for lost and found ads, usually free to place a found ad.
*Local Free news or catalogs: Flyer, Pennysaver or others you get in your mail.
Animal Shelter Directory Search By State or Zip Code.
Find a Pet or List One to Find a Home for one here also:
These websites can help find a lost pet.
There is a lot of information about how to display large fluorescent posters, lost animal behavior and hiring a pet detective with a search dog.
This one has helpful step by step also if pet is stolen.
These are just a few of the thousands of sites I found most helpful.
Wish we could just go to one place for everything, close as I could get.
Not enough hours in a day.
If you find a site that should be added please post it here to be added.
Wish anyone missing a pet a safe quick recovery.
Heard patience and persistence usually pays off and to Never Give Up!