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We recommend keeping tags on your pet at all times, and microchipping your pet to prevent loss. It's crucial to keep your contact information up-to-date on both tags and microchip. If you find or lose a pet, there are places to turn.


LostPetUSA is an online and mobile service that features a national database of lost and found pets, tips for finding your lost pet or a found pet’s owner, resources, poster templates, and an interactive map that can be used by entering the city and state, or zip code of the area you are searching.  This is a free and public website.

Lost Dogs Arizona

Lost Dogs Arizona is a local Arizona resource. Lost Dogs Arizona is a group of volunteers who saw the need to provide education for dog owners on preventing the loss of their dog and provide no-cost resources to the owners of lost dogs to help increase the chances of locating owners and successfully reuniting them with their dog.

The program also benefits local animal control and shelters by decreasing the number of "owned strays" entering the animal control/shelter system and increasing the chances of finding an owner once a dog is in their care.

Learn about resources for finding your pet at Read and follow the instructions (usually these appear on a pinned post at the top of the page) and browse the photo albums. While their web presence is on Facebook, you MUST use this web form to register your lost dog into their queue (click here)!

Helpful Information:

Why Your Lost Dog Might Not Run Back to You - perspective of a lost dog, tips and ideas

How to Tag Your Car to Find Your Pet - great article

If you have FOUND a dog or cat that is not wearing identification tags with a working telephone number, please take it to a veterinary office or emergency animal clinic to be scanned for a microchip. It is important that they use a universal scanner, so it's a good idea to call and verify that before going. Any vet can do this for you without an appointment and for free. Be sure they scan the entire body several times, as microchips can migrate. 

Also, check CraigsList Lost & Found, as well as CraigsList Pets and other online lost pet websites to see if the pet is posted. Post flyers in the neighborhood and at local veterinary offices, and consider placing a sign in your own yard.

PLEASE register a found dog with Lost Dogs Arizona by using the web form. Lost Dogs Arizona is a group of volunteers who work hard to reunite dogs with owners. The information you provide enables them to begin to search.

Lost Cats of Arizona runs a very similar program, read their Facebook page for more details.

Stray and feral/semi-feral cats are the result of careless humans. In Arizona, cats go into heat four times a year, and one stray cat will produce 27 new strays. For current resources for trap-neuter-release, please contact Citizens For North Phoenix Strays:
P.O. Box 13392 •  Chandler, Az 85248  •  (480) 553-9311 •  info [ at ]