Find Lost Animals
If you have lost or found a stray pet we encourage you to call one of our hospitals so we can Here's a few things you can do if your pet is lost. If your pet is ever lost, a ranger or veterinarian anywhere in Australia can scan your pet for the.you
Some animals may require daily medication, or may bite out of fear. Some animals may even carry communicable diseases that could put your family and your pets at risk. It is an offence to keep another person's dog and most important that Council collect the dog from you as soon as possible, no-one is going to look for their dog at your house. The dog may be microchipped which can enable Council to reunite the dog with its owner. For the full list of council contact details visit the LGA Website. The council will be able to give you instructions on what to do from this point.
Every year, thousands of animals are successfully reunited with their families. We would suggest checking with your local shelter and any that are in your region as animals can sometimes travel great distances. If your animal is not in our care, we suggest contacting all the local pounds, shelters and veterinarians in your area. You can also check the many online Facebook groups for missing and found pets. You could also consider posting notices around your neighbourhood and in your local newspaper. You are welcome to come to our shelters and speak to our staff during opening hours. Unfortunately, as a charity, we do not have the resources to conduct regular searches for your animal on your behalf.
Sadly, many more animals are never reunited and it becomes our job to find them new homes. We understand the grief and anxiety that comes with losing a beloved family pet. Today, we receive an average of 90 calls per day specifically about lost or found animals. We have a dedicated website, Facebook Page actively looking to reunite lost Pets around Queensland. Our Lost and Found service, designed to help reunite animals with their owners, has two different levels: Daily Searching Service. Without our valued volunteers, RSPCA Qld would not be able to help the many abused, abandoned and injured animals that come into our care every year. Our goal is to find safe, loving homes for the many animals in our care.
We know how heartbreaking it can be when a beloved pet goes missing. The good news is our lost and found team at RSPCA South Australia manages to successfully reunite hundreds of animals with their families each year. First, view our online database of found animals. We would suggest checking with your local shelter and any others that are in your region as animals can sometimes travel great distances. If your animal is not in our care, we suggest contacting all the local pounds, shelters and veterinarians in your area. You can also check the many online Facebook groups for missing and found pets.
Finding a lost pet
Otherwise, contact your local council, and ask to be put through to the 'animal management' or 'local laws' section. Find the contact details for your local council. Your council will instruct you on what to do next e.