Stray Pets At Mesquite Animal Services
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Found Pet Data for Dallas, TX
There are 120 found pets in the area.
Locate a Pet Shelter in the Dallas, TX Area
There are pet-lovers all over the country and beyond that follow PawBoost to help reunite lost and found pets, and that means partnerships with pet shelters across the US and Canada.
Check out our complete list of shelter partners:
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Find a Stray Pet’s Owner with PawBoost
When you find a lost pet, you likely will have some questions.
How do I find the pet’s owner? Should I keep the pet until we find its home, or take it to my local shelter? How can I spread the word that I found a lost pet?
PawBoost helps take the stress out of reuniting a lost pet by getting the word out to local communities that connect lost and found pets with their people.
Reunite a lost pet with its owner faster with PawBoost. To start spreading the word, report a found pet here.
For more tips on reuniting a lost pet with its owner, read our guide on what to do when you find a pet.
Frequently Asked Questions
I found a pet. What do I do?
Check the stray animal for any identification, including a microchip. Most local vets will scan a chip for free.
Notify local animal control agencies and shelters. Here is the full list of PawBoost partner shelters, but not every shelter is partnered. To find all your local shelters and humane societies, we recommend doing a Google search for ‘animal shelters near Dallas’.
And of course, spread local awareness for the found pet. PawBoost makes it easy to put out a found pet alert so you can instantly notify your local community. We’ll send an email alert to our local members, post to the PawBoost-powered Facebook page for your area, add the found pet to our lost & found, and make a found pet flyer – all for free.
Also take advantage of posting to Nextdoor.com – a PawBoost partner – and Craigslist. Both of these sites have communities of people who help reunite found pet with their families. We highly recommend you use these resources in addition to PawBoost!
Read our full guide on what to do when you find a lost pet for more helpful advice.
Where do I report a found pet in Dallas, TX?
If you’ve found a stray pet in Dallas, we would like to help. You can put out a found pet alert PawBoost for free to help reunite the pet with its owner. Millions of pet lovers have signed up for our local lost & found pet alerts, and that includes pet lovers near Dallas!
How do I find a pet's owner in Dallas, TX?
You can use PawBoost to locate the pet’s owner in the Dallas area by putting out a found pet report.
Pet lovers all over the country use PawBoost to help reunite lost and found pets. And thousands of lost and found pets are reported to PawBoost every day. In fact, PawBoost has the largest database of lost and found pets in the world.
When you report a found pet, you’ll also get access to other free tools including a found pet flyer generator, and our potential matches page.
Do I have to pay for premium PawBoost services to find a stray pet's owner?
You don’t have to pay to reunite a stray pet with their owner with PawBoost. PawBoost’s free pet finder services have helped millions of people reunite with their lost pets.
PawBoost does offer premium upgrades to help increase the reach of your found pet alert.
You can learn more about what free and premium services PawBoost offers here.
What are the PawBoost Posting Guidelines?
• 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.
• PawBoost is a platform for LOST and FOUND/STRAY pets ONLY.
• Please do not include personally identifiable information about other individuals in your posting.
• Please do not use profanity.
• Only images of your pet or a pet you found should be submitted. Please do not submit images of anything else.
• Must be 18+ years of age to post on PawBoost
• Please do not post the same pet more than one time.
• Please do not include links to other sites in the post message.