PETCO Love Lost

Petco Love Lost, Reuniting Pets

PETCO Love Lost uses facial recognition software to report or search for lost or found pets nationwide.  It's free and easy to use.  Search your lost cat or dog today. petcolovelost.org

 
Lost Pet Resources

Have you lost a pet near Round Rock, Leander, Hutto, Cedar Park, or Williamson County? Send a description (species, appearance, gender, microchip, distinguishing marks, etc.) and photo to LostAndFound@wilco.org

  • Register them (for free!) on PETCO Love Lost. PETCO Love Lost uses facial recognition software to report or search for lost or found pets nationwide.  It's free and easy to use.  Search your lost cat or dog today.
  • Check our listing of lost and found animals currently at the shelter.
    • WCRAS will not release any information concerning these animals as they are on hold pending owner pick-up. Once the animals become available for adoption, the information and picture will post on the adoptable page.

Tips for finding lost pets

Make a homemade flyer for your area and local veterinary office. At any typical intersection, you only have 5 seconds and 5 words to get your message across to drivers who are passing through the area where your pet is missing. 

  • Make them GIANT so that people driving by cannot miss them.
  • Make the flyers FLUORESCENT so that the color attracts the attention of everyone.
  • Put them in your yard, major intersections near where you lost your pet, and in areas of sightings.
  • Keep them BRIEF and to the point.
  • Let them convey a VISUAL IMAGE of what you have lost.

Use the tools on PawBoost.com to make a quick flyer and check their lost and found database for your missing pet.

Other resources:  www.LostCatFinder.com

Visit the open intake shelters in your area and fill out a lost report for your animal

Report your lost animal on these sites: 

Lost pets and the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter

If your pet is at WCRAS, contact us at wcras@wilco.org with:

  • Your name, address, phone number;
  • Proof of ownership, such as a photo or vet records;
  • Proof of rabies vaccination (photo of the pet’s rabies certificate) or provide where the animal received the vaccination.

When you arrive at the shelter:

  • Park in the Services Center parking lot (near the brown building), located right off of SE Inner Loop;
  • Bring any documentation requested by staff with you to reclaim your pet.