What to do if you lost your pet

If your pet does become lost, don’t delay. Take the following steps to help bring your companion animal home to safety. Getting the word out early is the key to getting your dog or cat back safely and soundly. Please don’t assume your pet will return on his own in a few hours. Remember to have good, clear photos, and ALWAYS ensure your dogs and cats wear a collar with identification tags. Microchipping is an excellent identification form, but always ensure your pet has a visible collar and tags.

Below is a handy resource from the Norfolk Animal Care and Adoption Center.

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