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If you have lost your pet or found a stray animal, please contact the Cleveland Pets Examiner or Lost & Found Ohio Pets with all of the information. The more information the better! Be sure to include date missing, area last seen, pet’s name – age – breed – and other distinguishing characteristics. Don't forget to provide contact information and a photo.
Please be sure to view past Lost & Found Friday articles for a host of great tips for finding your lost pet.
Today's Tip – What to do if you find a stray pet
Do you know what to do if you find a stray pet?
- Check for a license or ID tag. If there are no tags, ask around the neighborhood where you found the animal to see if anybody knows him/her.
- Take the pet to the nearest vet or shelter to have him/her scanned for a microchip and checked for a tattoo.
- Notify all the authorities: call the local police (non emergency line), county kennel, local animal control (to complete a found dog report)
- Create 'found dog' posters and put them in high traffic areas and all animal related businesses.
- Post the animal on your local Craigslist, and on other online lost & found pet sites.
- Put a found pet ad in your local newspaper. (they are often free)
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