Lost & Found
Have you lost your pet?
1. SEARCH AT THE ANIMAL SHELTER FOR YOUR PET
2. REPORT YOUR LOST PET BY REGISTERING
3. VISIT LOCAL SHELTERS
4. POST FLYERS
5. PLACE A YARD SIGN
6. PLACE AN AD
1. Search at the Animal Shelter online and Register Your Lost Pet at PetHarbor.com:
a. Note the Animal Shelter Number given to the animal
b. Visit the shelter at 1373 N. 750 W. to look for your pet in person
c. Complete lost animal form; Fax: 801-778-6411; or Email us
*Pictures of some animals may not be available at this time due to behavioral or injury issues at the time of intake, or we are experiencing photo equipment difficulties.
2. Report your lost pet by registering at Petharbor.com and receive emails if an area shelter receives a similar pet.
Other Tips to Find Your Lost Pet:
3. Visit local shelters and check websited every three days to see if your pet has arrived.
4. Post flyers within a mile radius of where your pet was lost at vets, stores, schools and churches.
a. Include date/place where lost, type/breed and your phone number (Don't list name on the flyer).
b. Sample Flyer
5. Place a yard sign in front of your house, with a photo of your missing pet
and your phone number. People who find a lost pet often will walk or drive around the area, trying to find the pet’s owner.
6. Place an ad in the lost and found sections of papers and online bulletin boards.
a. Standard Examiner (801-625-4200), KSL Ads, etc.
Did you find your lost pet at the shelter?
To Pick Up Your Animal
1. First, look up the pet's Animal Shelter Number by searching the Lost Animals links above.
2. Provide rabies vaccination history from your vet; your pet cannot be released until history is verified. Documents maybe faxed to 801-778-6411.
3. Provide license status. Pets cannot be released unless the licensing status is up-to-date.
Find out about licensing.
Have you found someone's pet?
1. Complete a Found Animal form.
2. Report a found pet by registering at PetHarbor.com to alert the owner that someone has possibly found the pet.
a. Bring the form into the shelter, along with any flyers; or
b. Fax to 801-778-6411
3. Post flyers around your area.
4. Notify shelters that you have the animal.
5. Notify local vets.