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Are You Missing Your Pet?
The photos you will see by following the link are animals that are currently in the shelter.
We try to photograph every animal, but there are always times when we cannot get a photo, such as if an animal is injured or aggressive. There is a brief description of each animal that is available for retrieval or adoption.
We also maintain a list of all the animals that were picked up deceased.
If you are missing your pet, the only way to guarantee that your pet is not here is to visit the shelter in person as soon as possible!
You may also do the following if you have lost your pet:
DON'T EVER ASSUME that your pet was stolen or will come back on its own.
VISIT local animal shelters within 24 hours of losing your pet. Most shelters hold stray animals only 5 days so be sure to return every few days.
POST lost pet cards or flyers on lost & found boards at local shelters, veterinary clinics, and other public bulletin boards when available.
LOOK for your pet during the day AND AT NIGHT. Call and whistle for your pet. Stay in one place long enough for your pet to respond to your call.
CALL nearby veterinary offices to see if your pet was brought in as an injured stray. Leave your name, any phone numbers where you can be reached and a description/picture of your pet.
PLACE a lost pet ad in local papers under the lost & found column.
READ the lost & found column for found stray animals.
CHECK all the shelters in the area. Your pet could end up at any one of them.
DON'T GIVE UP! Often a pet will not arrive in a shelter for weeks and sometimes even months after first becoming lost.
Keep current identification tags on your pets and get a microchip. Identification saves lives!!
Weber County Animal Shelter
1373 No. 750 W.
PH- (801) 399-8244
Fax- (801) 778-6411
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