Have you lost your best friend?
Here are some ways to hopefully help bring him/her home!
Make a Report Online
Search our Facebook, we immediately post pictures of any strays that are brought into us or that our Deputies have picked up.

We encourage you to come to the shelter and ask to personally see the dogs brought in as “strays.” This is particularly important if your pet is a mixed breed because descriptions can vary widely.

If your pet is microchipped, contact the microchip company to see if someone has called in your pet’s information.

If your contact information is out-of-date, a shelter or vet might be trying to find you.

Place an advertisement in the paper. Include a picture.

Post your pet’s photo at all major intersections, nearby markets, pet supply stores, or any place where someone who might be sheltering your pet would go for supplies.

Advertise at all nearby veterinary clinics. If your pet has been injured, a “Good Samaritan” might bring him to the nearest vet for treatment.
Lost and Found Dogs
Finding Rover
pet Harbor
Make a Report Online
Check with neighbors to see if their pet is missing. Knocking on a few doors often is the quickest route to a happy reunion.

Check for tags or identification.

If the animal has no ID, take her to a local veterinarian or bring her to FCDACS to be scanned for a microchip.

Always report a found pet to FCDACS and other area shelters.

Check/Post to websites such as Finding Rover and Pet Harbor
Report Lost or Found Dog Online - Fairfield County Dog Adoption Center and Shelter
Fairfield County Dog Shelter - Lancaster, Ohio
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