Archive for the ‘PetWork Lost & Found Pets’ Category

Lost Dogs DFW is a web site where you can place free ads for lost and found dogs in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex.


Once you post an ad on the site, it’s automatically added to Lost Dog DFW’s Facebook page and Twitter feed.  You then have the option of posting it to your Facebook profile or page(s) as well as emailing a link or printing a flyer. You can also create a custom flyer to share online or print and post around town.

Lost Dogs DFW has RSS feeds and a Facebook app that allow other groups to access your ad remotely.


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Mission Viejo Animal Services Center (Mission Viejo, California 92691) is a pro-humane shelter where stray animals are cared for until they are reunited with their owners or until they can be placed in new permanent homes. Stray animals that are brought to the center are held a minimum of 4 full days awaiting redemption by their owner.

The Mission Viejo Animal Services Center provides an animal adoption program that includes the screening and review of an individual adoption application, to ensure responsible and long term homes for the animals in the center’s care.

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Helotes Humane Society (Helotes, Texas 78023) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) all-volunteer organization that is proud to be a member of AAPAW (Alamo Area Partners for Animal Welfare).

Helotes Humane Society is dedicated to helping improve the lives of companion animals in its growing community and surrounding rural areas. HHS accomplishes its main goal by promoting the benevolent treatment of animals through community education, outreach programs, and promoting responsible pet ownership. HHS encourages foster care as an alternative approach to traditional shelters and distributes pet food to individuals and other animal support groups.

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HomeAgain microchips are designed to last your pet’s entire lifetime, and once enrolled, they link to a permanent record of your owner information. Your microchip comes with a personal listing in HomeAgain’s lost pet database, and this translates to anytime/anywhere pet recovery services.  Over 50,000 vets and animal shelters across the country are equipped with scanners that can read your pet’s microchip. So, HomeAgain members can breathe a little easier knowing their lost cat or dog can be identified whether he or she is 3 or 3,000 miles away from home.

Your pet’s microchip ID code, just like your pet, is one of a kind.  When your lost pet is taken to an animal shelter or veterinary clinic, they will scan your pet for a microchip and will read its unique code. This code is stored with your pet’s profile and linked to your contact information in HomeAgain’s pet database—forever.

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Missing Pet Partnership (Federal Way, Washington 98063) is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to reuniting lost companion animals with their owners/guardians.

The Missing Pet Partnership web site offers behavior-based lost pet recovery tips and referrals to lost pet services. The Partnership operates the first-ever volunteer lost pet search-and-rescue team (in Seattle, WA) that offers cutting edge lost pet recovery techniques like pet detectives with search dogs, lost dog protests, window tagging to market lost dogs in a community, and motion activated wildlife cameras with feeding stations to detect and capture displaced cats.

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