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Lost and Found


Lost your pet? Found a pet?

If you have lost your pet or found someone else’s pet, fill out the report below. You should also look at the list of recently found pets and check our Lost & Found Facebook page

Facial Recognition

Have a picture of your lost pet? Try searching via facial recognition. 

Lost a Pet?  Here’s What Else You Can Do:

  • File a lost found report with your local municipality office.
  • Get the word out by placing a “lost” ad in the newspaper, posting flyers in your community, and on social media.
  • Check “found” ads in the newspaper and on social media.
  • Call and visit the Humane Society regularly
  • Contact your neighbors and ask them to keep a lookout.

Found A Pet?  Here’s What Else You Can Do: 

  • File a Found Report with your local municipality office
  • Contact your local municipality for instructions on what to do with the animal.
  • Be cautious when approaching the stray animal.
  • Be careful about bringing the animal into your home, especially if you have your own animals.
  • If the animal has ID tags, contact the owner directly.
  • Get the word out by placing a “found” ad in the newspaper and posting flyers in your community.
  • Check “lost” ads in the newspaper.
Important Stray/Claim Information

Stray pets are held for 48 hours before being eligible to go up for adoption.

If your animal has been found and brought to HSHA, you will be required to pay a redemption fee that is based on the number of days your animal has been at the shelter:

  • Reclaim fee for altered pets: $50
  • Reclaim fee for unaltereted pets: $75
  • Daily boarding fee: $25
  • Vaccinations/microchip: $50