Lost and Found

Losing your pet is stressful—both for you and your pet. Please include Animal Care Services in your search for your pet. It is always recommended that you walk through the kennels in the facility to assure your pet is not here. If your dog is licensed or microchipped; we will attempt to contact you so you can be reunited with your pet. It is vitally important any phone numbers connected to your pet’s license or microchip are on file and up to date.

Other things you can do to find your pet….

  • Search the Pet Harbor website for lost pets
  • Post flyers in the neighborhood
  • Ask your neighbors, mail carrier, or any other person in the neighborhood if they’ve seen your pet
  • With the school’s permission – post your flyers on campus
  • Place an ad in the local newspaper and offer a reward if found
  • Check your local newspaper in the "found" section
  • Contact Man & Beast at 590-PETS (7387)


Please be aware there may be a fee associated with picking up your pet from Animal Care Services as the shelter provides vaccinations, food, water and shelter to all animals brought in. Any owner reclaiming an impounded animal shall, before the animal will be released, pay impoundment and boarding fees as follows:

  • 1st time impounded ….$50
  • 2nd time impounded …$100
  • 3rd time impounded …$150
  • 4th and subsequent times impounded … $200
  • Boarding fee for regular impoundments is $10 per day

If the animal is being held for observation because it has bitten a human being or another animal, the impoundment fee shall be as follows:

  • 1st time impounded … $75
  • 2nd time impounded … $100
  • 3rd and subsequent times impounded … $200
  • Boarding fee for observation impoundments is $20 per day

Additional Information

No dog or cat shall be released from the animal control facility without the owner presenting proof that the dog or cat has had a rabies vaccination within the past twelve (12) months.

An owner of any dog or cat who cannot provide proof of said rabies vaccination shall be subject to a fee of twelve dollars ($12) for rabies vaccination for each dog or cat.