Lost Pets Database for New Mexico
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Reported 3 weeks ago, updated 4 days ago
Fernando/Whitey Male Dog
LOST PET ID: 9709033
Albuquerque, NM 87123
Small, white and brown spots, wire haired Chihuahua/terrier mix. Very skittish, would run 1 st he got, rarely allow for people to pet him, and would incessantly bark at people or other dogs. Very fast runner. He is very smart and loving and took us quite sometime to develop our relationship: had it not been for the employee at Motel 6 on tramway and central going into my room when I was not there--- he wouldn't of ran out. Since then, businesses say they hwTd him and saw him but no.location is known at this time. If you know where he is, seen him, or if you have him please contact me. We're still missing him dearly.
Reported 3 weeks ago, updated 5 days ago
Cosmo Male Dog
LOST PET ID: 9712064
Albuquerque, NM 87108
Cosmo. Husky, ~50 lbs, black on top and while on the bottom. When he is free, he does not respond to his name, or may run away upon hearing it. He is friendly but can be skittish when approached.
Reported 5 months ago, updated 6 days ago
Loki Female Dog
LOST PET ID: 9297691
Los Lunas, NM 87031
Tan hair, cropped tail very small yorkiepoo named Loki. She was returned to us this morning when she got out yesterday and we put her in the back yard and she managed to get out again. Please let us know if you see her.
Lost Pet Data for New Mexico
There are 669 missing pets in the area.
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I lost my pet. What should I do?
Take advantage of online platforms – they help you get the word out, quickly and easily. You can report your lost pet to PawBoost in no time flat. We’ll send an email alert to our local members, post to the PawBoost-powered Facebook page for your area, add your pet to our lost & found, and make a lost pet flyer – all for free.
Other sites that help you raise local awareness for your lost pet with minimal time and effort are Nextdoor.com – a PawBoost partner – and Craigslist. Both of these sites have very active lost & found sections mainly used for lost pets. We highly recommend you use these resources in addition to PawBoost!
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!
Read our full guide on how to find your lost pet for more actionable tips.
Where do I report a lost pet in New Mexico?
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• PawBoost does not take part in foster care or custody disputes. If you believe someone has wrongful custody of a pet, PawBoost is not the place to resolve that dispute.
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