Lost Paws Finder Alerts

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Found Animals

Posted on December 31, 2012 at 10:10 AM Comments comments (0)

 Too many found animals are being rehomed too quickly without the finder doing the necessary things to locate an owner.First and foremost you should always check for a micro-chip,this can be done at any vets office,your local shelter and should be free of charge.Next you MUST notify your local A/C,shelter of the found animal and make a found report does not mean you have to leave the animal at the shelter but that will be the first place an owner will look.Walk the neighborhood as your found friend may live close by or someone may know him/her.Also notify local vets as they may know the owner and make a reunion quicker.You should also hang "Found" flyers in and around your area.You can also post to craigslist under lost & found and the pet section,remember ANYONE trying to claim the found animal must show proof of ownership as in..vet records,papers,old pictures.etc..NEVER just hand over an animal to anyone treat the found animal as if it were your lost one.

New & Improved

Posted on December 12, 2012 at 1:35 PM Comments comments (0)

We are very pleased to announce the New & Improved Lost Paws Finder Alerts!

While this can be a very trying time for you we want you to know we are here for you every step of the way.We are dedicated to helping you in any way we can and with our new Alerts we are doing just that for you,While you still need to do all the necessary things to locate your pet we are doing all we can by sending out an Alert to your local shelters for you.We are hoping with time we can expand our Alert system even further to many more businesses,vets,etc..We don't guarantee this will bring home your lost one but working side by side with you we do hope the results will be much greater in you having a happy ending.