Time is of the essence when you are trying to find your lost pet, especially if your pet is not wearing a Broward County Rabies Registration Tag or is without a tattoo or microchip containing identification information. We are required to hold lost pets with identification for five days (not including holidays and when the shelter is closed) and animals without identification for three days, in the hopes that they can be reunited with their owners and avoid euthanasia.
Pet owners are responsible for making every effort to find their pet. You should:
Check our Website
View photos of all the dogs and cats in our shelter, or those reported as found. If you find your pet, call us immediately at 954-359-1313 to place a hold on the dog or cat until you can arrive to pick him up.
E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include the following information:
(a) Your name
(b) Your address and phone number(s)
(c) Attach a picture of your pet OR include a detailed description of him: type (cat or dog), breed, sex, and color(s)
(d) Rabies Registration Tag number, tag color, and license year (if available)
(e) Tattoo number located on the inner right thigh (if available)
(f) Microchip number (if available)
(g) Address where the pet was lost (or found)
Come to our shelter daily to look for your pet and complete a Lost Report. Even if your pet was wearing a Broward County Rabies Registration Tag or other identification when it was lost, it is important to visit our Adoption Center to search in person. Please click here for our Address, map and hours of operation.
PLEASE NOTE: We always attempt to call you if your dog or cat comes into our Adoption Center and has identification (Broward County Rabies Registration Tag, tattoo, microchip or ID tag). However, as a pet owner, it is your responsibility to contact us about your lost pet and to make every effort to find him.