Lost & Found Pet Support

 

We understand that losing a pet is a stressful time and we want to help.  Please follow our guide for increasing your chances of having your pet returned home safe and sound.

Help, I’ve LOST my pet!

Step One: File a detailed lost report below.

Step Two: Click here to review a database of FOUND pets.

Inquire at Local Animal Shelters: 

Charleston Animal Society: (843) 747.4849
Francis R. Willis SPCA: (843) 871.3820

Doc Williams SPCA: (843) 761.5266 or (843) 761.0683

Make Your Loss Known: 

  • Make flyers: Include a photo and description of your pet, the date and area your pet was lost in, and offer a reward if possible. Distribute the flyers throughout a large area. A confused and lost pet can roam great distances.
  • Talk to neighbors and residents in the area.
  • To help spread the word, take advantage of social media: Facebook, Twitter, etc. Search Lost and Found Pets Charleston on Facebook to assist in your search.
  • Post on craigslist.com under Community: Pets and Community: Lost/Found ( include photos!)
  • Set up an account on www.lowcountrydog.com and post in the Lost Dog Forum.

Contact Online Animal Welfare Groups: 

Visit www.petfinder.com or www.petango.com to do a search based on your zip code.

Contact Your Local Veterinarian to File a Lost Report.

If your pet has a microchip, contact the microchip company to notify them that your pet is lost. Ensure all contact information is up to date.

Help, I’ve FOUND a pet!

Step One: If possible, safely bring the animal to the closest veterinarian or animal shelter to have it scanned for a microchip.

Step Two: File a detailed found report below.

Step Three: Click here to review a database of LOST pets.

Alert Local Shelters: 

Charleston Animal Society: (843) 747.4849
Francis R. Willis SPCA: (843) 871.3820

Doc Williams SPCA: (843) 761.5266 or (843) 761.0683

Alert Your Community:

  • Make flyers: Include a photo and description of the animal, the date and area the animal was found, and include your contact information. Distribute the flyers throughout a large area. A confused and lost pet can roam great distances.
  • Talk to neighbors and residents in the area.
  • To help spread the word, take advantage of social media: Facebook, Twitter, etc. Search Lost and Found Pets Charleston on Facebook to help assist your search.
  • Post on craigslist.com under Community: Pets and Community: Lost/Found ( include photos!)
  • Set up an account on www.lowcountrydog.com and post in the Found Dog Forum

Contact Your Local Veterinarian to File a Found Report.