Having a beloved animal friend become lost or missing can be extremely stressful, heartbreaking, and physically and emotionally draining.
I encourage clients who are searching for a missing animal to utilize any and all resources available. This includes: lost animal postings both in-person and online, Pet detective service teams, and any other resources in your community.
Here are some links to missing and lost animal resources. Please note that the inclusion of a resource on this list does not mean that I endorse this resource.
We do not accept unsolicited link and post requests.
Guidelines for What to Do
The Missing Pet:
Dog & Cat Identification
The Emergency Tag:
Essential Pet Protection
Pet Microchip for Dogs and Cats
Missing Pet Network:
Post (& Search) For Your Lost or Missing Animal
Unique Facial Recognition Technology:
This technology helps find your dog. Get notified when users contact you. Neighbors notified via phone.
(including Facebook & Twitter )
Pet Amber Alert:
Lost My Doggie:
Helping you find your dog.
Pet Detectives – Search & Rescue
Missing Pets Detective, LLC
1006 Hunters Glen,
Hephzibah, GA 30815
(706) 792-1854 – Georgia
(703) 960-9596 – Virginia
(706) 339-2418 – Office/Cell
http://www.petdetectiveusa.com/ (does some charity work)
Harry Oakes Jr.
Lost Animal Search and Rescue (and people)
P.O. Box #1472
Longview, Washington 98632
(503) 705-0258 (Cell – please email before calling)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Pet Detective (licensed and bonded)