Lost and Found Pets
July 11, 2016 - Lost - Dog - Altered - Visla - Scarlett - Red/Brown, No collar - Harvard Blvd and Glendale/Broadway Beth and Jackie Wells 406-360-5910 firstname.lastname@example.org Very friendly, will come to anyone
Found Jack Russell
July 12, 2016 Found Dog Male Jack Russell White/tan No collar
South and Highland Park Colleen Hartford 419-276-2497 Not neutered. 4-5years old
July 10, 2016 Lost Cat Male Snickerdoodle orange tabby blue collar N 109th St Kayla Johnson 419-346-9499 email@example.com
Lost Cat - Buster
July 13, 2016 Lost Cat Buster Carmel No collar 807 Custer Dr Gloria Kazmierzcak 419-476-0329 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lost - Lenny
July 13, 2016 Lost Dog Male Fox terrier Lenny White black brown Black collar Amari Mays 419-902-9085 email@example.com
July 14, 2016 Lost Cat Female DSH Sapphire Grey Flea Collar Lost in Springfield Township Christine Welty 440-396-5840 firstname.lastname@example.org
August 1, 2016 - Lost - Cat - Male - Domestic Short Hair - Bustopher Jones - Orange
No collar - In Maumee, south of Detroit Rd. and Anthony Wayne Trail - Terri Bryan
Front declawed. He is very skittish and timid, but friendly. At time of escape, he weighed 17 lbs.
July 20, 2016 Found Cat Female Calico No collar Heller and Doran roads Ladonna Klocinski 419-877-5436 email@example.com She was recently spayed. When I found her you could see the shaved belly hadn't grown in all the way.
Found Siamese mix
July 22, 2016, Found, Cat, Male, Siamese mix (I think), No collar Cable and Bond in Whitehouse, OH Vinnie Dauer 419-699-8548 firstname.lastname@example.org This cat is living outside, due to allergies in our family. We would love for this cat to find a home soon, before the cold weather hits.
August 21, 2016 - Found - Cat - Female - longhair - mixed - pink collar with purple bell W. Poinsetta, Walker and Burnham Ave - Jennifer Simpson - home - 419-478-6520 cell 419-377-9004 email@example.com
Found Small Breed mix
August 29, 2016 Found - Dog - Female - small x breed - White and cream - no collar - McCord and Bancroft Lisa Mckenzie 4195379663 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lost - George
August 19, 2016 - Lost - Cat - Male - Young cat - George - Orange - No collar - Stadium between Route 2 and Starr Ave extention Jodi 419-356-5339 email@example.com Missing from Oregon, Ohio George is still missing. He went missing Friday August 19th while I was moving. This was at 555 S. Stadium road between Route 2 and Starr Extension. He's a little guy with beautiful markings on his sides. This is a cat I brought back from Georgia after someone dumped him. He was found cold wet and crying during a bad thunderstorm when he was a kitten. I'm wondering if he was dumped because whoever owned him was moving? That could explain why my move spooked him. I haven't had a chance to get him neutered yet, so he is intact. No one is living there yet so I have gone to look for him several time and haven't seen any trace of him. Please call me if you see him. 419-356-5339 please share this post.
Lost and Found Pets
When a pet gets lost it is a frightening experience. We have put together this section on the web site to help reunite owners with their lost pets as quickly as possible.
The Toledo Animal Shelter Association traditionally takes in animals that are being surrendered by owners who can no longer keep them. The Lucas County Dog Warden traditionally receives stray dogs picked up by either an Animal Control Officer or any private citizen.
Often, a family will shelter a lost pet while trying to find the rightful owner. They should make every reasonable attempt to locate the owner, which would include calling the local shelters and the Lucas County Dog Warden. The Shelter keeps lost and found reports and attempts to match these up with owners as soon as possible on a daily basis.
When you contact us regarding your lost or found pet, please be ready to provide a detailed description of the pet and its last known location or where you found the animal. Please include a photo in jpg format so that we can download it to our website.
After you contact us, there are still several other things you should do:
We encourage you to come to the shelter and ask to personally look at the cats brought in as "strays" or visit the Lucas County Dog Warden for dogs brought in as “strays”. This is particularly important if your pet is a mixed breed, because descriptions of the actual breed types can vary widely from one person to the next!
Advertise in the paper for your lost or found pet.A picture of your pet along with a description is usually helpful when posting notices. Always get permission before posting notices.
You might try posting your pet's picture at all major intersections near the area where it was lost. Also post these notices at nearby markets, pet supply stores, or any other place a person sheltering your pet might need to go for supplies.
Advertise at all nearby Veterinary clinics. Keep in mind that if your pet has been injured, a "Good Samaritan" will often take it to the nearest Vet. (Most clinics have a special board for lost and found notices.) Again, including a picture with the description is usually helpful.
If you are near the Lucas County border, call and file a lost or found report in the neighboring shelters or Animal Control. A list of area facilities can be found on our Additional Resources Page.