Use all of the lost and found animal resources that are appropriate for your animal and your location. Never depend only on one person or one lost pet website to find your special friend.
Websites to List Lost & Found Pets
Pets911 is the number one database for lost and found pets. We have been saving lives and finding forever homes for animals since 1998.
Alabama Pet Registry is an all volunteer not-for-profit, 501(c)(3), organization providing seven-day, 24-hour lost and found pet bulletin board and recovery services in the US.
3 easy steps to finding your lost pet or re-uniting a found pet with it’s owner. Take advantage of our FREE and/or paid services. By the way, it’s not limited to dogs.
Pet Owners who issue a Pet Amber Alert and carefully follow the steps in our Lost Pet Recovery Guide will safely recover their lost pet approximately 75% of the time.
The MPN is a group of volunteers sponsored by the USDA Animal Care Office, who help people find missing pet animals. We accept no money, make no endorsements, and use no advertising on our MPN web pages.
Some of these are duplicates of what’s listed above. Others, like Fido Finder and Tabby Tracker are not listed separately above and offer excellent services. Remember to check your local area for websites offered by local shelters or Humane Societies that may also list lost and found pets. Be sure to saturate any local opportunities to get the word out, including free ads that may be offered by local online newspapers or Craigslist.