Your lost report be submitted to the St. Paul Animal Shelter via email. Our team reviews these reports daily and when a new animal has been brought to the shelter. If an animal is admitted that matches your pet's description, you will be contacted immediately.
Many communities have Bylaw or Peace Officers who are responsible for picking up stray animals. Some municipalities have their own holding facilities for strays. Contacting these community offices and other shelters in the area to file a lost report, you will increase the chances of your pet being returned to you as quick as possible.
Veterinarian Clinics are often a location where people may bring a stray animal, especially if the animal is injured. Informing the local clinics will increase the chances of your pet being returned to you quickly.
Often lost pets will stay close to the area they are most familiar with. Stray animals are often scared and confused and can be either hard to catch or in hiding. Searching your neighborhood with your pets favorite treats may be all you need to bring them home.
There are many lost pet page on social media. Many pets are reunited with their owners simply through the placement of a lost post online.
Helping Lost Pets in a nationwide Lost and Found website. By filing a report on this site, you can ensure that as many people as possible can view your lost pet information.
If you pet is microchipped, contact the microchip company to report your pet has gone missing.
Pets are considered property under the law. Therefore, if you have reason to believe your pet has been stolen, contact local law enforcement.