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Reclaiming Your Pet | Report A Found Pet | Lost & Found Flyers

 

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Click here to see the found pets at our shelter.

HSSA's Lost & Found staff works full time to reunite pets and their owners. We operate a telephone service and computer database with descriptions of found animals and those reported to us each day. There is no charge for our lost and found reporting service.

If you find a stray, contact us immediately so we may help search for its owner. Our lost and found phone number is 327.6088, ext. 111.

Owners of missing pets should act immediately! Don't assume the pet will come home on its own. Please take the following actions at minimum:

  • File a lost report and make a personal search of our shelter at 3450 N. Kelvin Blvd. every day. Our lost and found phone number is 327.6088, ext. 111. You may also submit a lost report and attach a digital photograph (JPEG) of your animal at LostAndFound@hssaz.org.

  • Take immediate action to locate your lost pet! This includes a lost dog or lost cat poster you can post in your neighborhood. Visit our lost & found flyer section to download the applicable file.

  • Call Pima Animal Care Center at 243.5900, and visit their shelter in person at 4000 N. Silverbell Road daily to view all incoming animals. (Frequent, personal visits are important; do not rely on phone information alone!)

  • Immediately talk to neighbors and post notices throughout the neighborhood and at all major intersections near where the pet was lost.

  • As soon as possible, place a "Lost Animal" ad in the TNI Classifieds at 573.4343. Please also check the found ads in the TNI Classifieds on a daily basis.

  • If your pet is microchipped, notify the company with which the chip is registered, and be sure your information is up to date.

 

 

 

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Reclaiming Fees

Altered animals - First day

$90.00

Sheltering each additional day

$35.00

   
Unaltered animals -
First day

$165.00

Sheltering each additional day

$55.00

 
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If your pet has been brought to us as a stray, please check the chart at right for the reclaiming fees.

There may be an additional charge for emergency injury/medical fees if your animal was injured or sick when we received them.

 

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In addition, if your dog was unlicensed when it was brought to us, you will need to pay for licensing your animal(s). Please bring your proof of rabies vaccination or we will be required to vaccinate the animal for you for an additional fee of $13.00.

The proof of rabies vaccination, or immunization for rabies must be done before we can release your animal to you.

All reclaimed pets must be microchipped. If your pet needs a microchip, there will be a $25 charge.

 

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UNALTERED

ALTERED

City of Tucson

$61.00

$16.00

Senior Citizen
(65 & over)

$18.00

$11.00

     
Pima County

$61.00

$16.00

Senior Citizen
(65 & over)

$18.00

$11.00

 
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Late Fees

30 days - 11 months

$10.00

12 months - 23 months

$22.00

24 months or more

$36.00

 
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If you have found a stray dog or cat that has identification tags, please call the owner immediately. If the animal does not have identification tags please bring it to our shelter, or call in a found report to 327.6088, ext. 111 as soon as possible.

 

Time is critical in returning the pet to its rightful owner. We will work diligently to find its owner. Please be prepared to provide us with as much information as possible about the location where it was found, its health, temperament, and any available information. This will help us in locating the pet's owner, or in making the best possible decision about its adoptability and future.

If you have found a pet, take the following steps:

  • File a found report with our shelter at 3450 N. Kelvin Blvd. Our lost and found phone number is 327.6088, extension 111.

  • Post found dog or found cat flyers in your neighborhood. Visit our lost & found flyer section to download the applicable file.

  • Immediately talk to neighbors and post notices throughout the neighborhood and at all major intersections near where the pet was lost.

  • Place a "Found Animal" ad in the Arizona Daily Star Classifieds at 573.4343, and on Craigslist. Please also check the found ads online and in the newspaper on a daily basis.

  • If you must surrender the animal, click here for more information.
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In addition to the other steps you can take should you lose a pet, posting notices in your neighborhood can increase the chances that you will be reunited.

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