Lost Pets Database for New Mexico
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Reported 10 months ago, updated 21 hours ago
Sadie Female Dog
LOST PET ID: 68957310
Albuquerque, NM 87108
Small brownish Shih Tzu, friendly and answers to her name "Sadie". The whole family misses our Emotional Support and beloved Pet. Please, Someone out there has "Our" Sadie. Could you help her to get back home? We have hope that " Someone" will do the right thing. No questions asked.
Reported 6 days ago, updated 1 day ago
Rocky Male Dog
LOST PET ID: 70015022
Albuquerque, NM 87105
We love our Rocky boy and we miss him so much.Hes not just a pet he is part of our family. He's our baby. He's a big baby. He's a nice boy. I'm sure he misses us as well. If you find him please help him get back .
Reported 2 days ago
Freya Howard Female Dog
LOST PET ID: 70027388
Albuquerque, NM 87108
Freya is still missing Missing Date:January 29,2024 Area missing :the corner of Alvarado Dr se / Anderson Ave se at the Brandywood Park apmts Description: she is a 1 year old terrier mix Small to medium Size pup Her hair will be-longer due to it being winter so her coat Is wavy and wirey at the moment Black top fur White belly Brown/tan paws nails are long(Time to get grooming ) Face is brown and black Her chest is black brown and white Her eyes both are brown but her left eye has a discolor which is grey She is microchiped and is registered as a emotional support animal Special qualities She is very friendly and playful She will hold your arm if you give tummy rubs She answers to her name Please any information will help even if you see her and she is with a homeless person please just inform me that she is safe
Reported 2 years ago, updated 2 days ago
Tawny Female Cat
LOST PET ID: 67851404
Albuquerque, NM 87113
***REWARD*** Yes, missing again. She had been in and out several times since her return but has not returned. Red, white and blue collar with 2 bells. She does not meow very loud. She is chipped and spayed Please check garages and backyard as that is where she likes to hide.
Reported 1 year ago, updated 2 days ago
Graycie Female Cat
LOST PET ID: 68283195
Albuquerque, NM 87113
She is a 10 year old gray tuxedo cat with white paws and a white bib. Green eyes that are crossed as well as a crook in her tail (part Siamese). She is very vocal but shy around strangers. We think the wind spooked her. She has a pink collar, is chipped and spayed. Please contact us if you see her. She may not come to you and may be hiding.
Lost Pet Data for New Mexico
There are 588 missing pets in the area.
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Visit your local shelters and animal control agencies in person. Details can get lost in translation over the phone and that might lead to missed connection.
If chipped, make sure your pet’s microchip is registered and up to date. If you don’t know your pet’s chip manufacturer or number, your vet should be able to help locate this information.
Put up flyers and tell your neighbors to be on the lookout. The more you engage the community, the better your chances of a happy reunion!
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