Is your pet lost?
If you’re looking for a lost animal and they are microchipped, the good news is that animal welfare agencies should be able to find you. Be sure to call your veterinarian and/or the microchip company right away to make sure your contact information is up-to-date.
If your pet was not microchipped, contact the local animal welfare agency that handles strays in the area where the pet was lost. Give them a good description of your pet and where you last saw him. Then, scroll down to the bottom of this page where you’ll find a list of things you can do right now to find your lost animal.
Top tips for finding lost animals
Most pet owners never believe that they will lose a pet. But the fact is that pets escape from their owners’ care all of the time! Here are tips to help increase the odds that your pet will be found should he or she escape from your care.
Did you find a lost animal?
Check the pet’s tag and call right away. Next, check the social media sites listed below for posts about lost pets. Finally, if it’s safe to do so, and the animal won’t bite you, you can take them into your vet or shelter to check for a microchip.
Puget Sound Area Animal Welfare Agencies
Seattle Animal Shelter
King County Regional Animal Services, Kent
Serving all of King County except: Seattle, Des Moines, Federal Way, Medina, Normandy Park, Renton, Shoreline, and Lake Forest Park
Renton Animal Control
Urgent: (425) 235-2121
Message line for non-urgent calls: (425) 430-7550
Medina Police Department
Serving Medina & Hunts Point
Serving Bothell, Brier, Kenmore, Lake Forest Park, Mill Creek, Mountlake Terrace, Mukilteo, Shoreline, Woodinville
Everett Animal Control
Serving Darrington, Gold Bar, Index, Lake Stevens, Marysville, Monroe, Snohomish, Stanwood, Tulalip, and unincorporated Snohomish County
Edmonds Animal Control
Des Moines Animal Control
Serving Des Moines
Normandy Park Animal Control Services
Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County
Serving Federal Way, Tacoma, and unincorporated Pierce County