We have several tools available to help you search for your missing dog or to assist you in the search for the owner of a dog you found. Please use this step by step guide to navigate our site and help you get the most out of our FREE services.
Search our listings
Check the Helping Lost Pets map to see if your dog has been listed as FOUND or if the dog you've found has been listed as LOST. To search by breed, sex, age, color and other features, click on the map below:
You can also look through our Facebook albums by clicking the image below:
If after searching, you don't see your dog listed, please register with us by going to www.HelpingLostPets.com/LDGA. This will generate a FREE flyer for you to print and share. This will also register your dog in a FREE fully searchable, nationwide database as well as register your dog with Lost Dogs Georgia. We are partnered with Helping Lost Pets and receive their listing to post on our Facebook page and other social media sites.
Once you register, watch for your flyer to be posted to our Facebook page. Your flyer can be found by going to the Lost Dogs Georgia on Facebook and scrolling through our post or you can find a link to the post on the detail page of your helpinglostpets.com listing. (This link is added by our volunteers within 24 hours of the Facebook post and can be found in the original email that's sent out by Helping Lost Pets. It can also be found by logging in to the system and clicking the detail link for any pet.
(Note: At this time, listings older than 2015 do not have the link added. These will be added as we verify that each pet is still missing) If you have a 2014 listing or older, please message us here on our page and we will get the detail link added.
It is strongly suggested that you find your post on our page and check it for accuracy. Then tag yourself and like and comment on the post. This allows you to receive notifications if any tips come in. We also suggest that you like the page and select "Get Notifications" to get alerts when new pets are posted.
After you're registered, contact your local animal control agency to file a lost or found report.
You can use our "COUNTY MAP AND SHELTERS" list to find your local animal control unit/shelter and shelters in surrounding counties. Pet's can travel much further than you think or they may be picked up and taken to a shelter in another county. It's important to file a lost or found report in bordering counties for this reason.
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See our "LOST A DOG" or "FOUND A DOG" section to learn all of the important steps that you should to take to search for your missing pet or to search for a pets owner.
We hope the tips and resources provided can help bring this dog home.
If you need personal assistance, please use the "CONTACT US" link to send an email to Lost Dogs Georgia and one of our volunteers will be happy to assist you when a volunteer is available.
Lost Dogs Georgia Come find us on Facebook where all of our lost and found dogs are posted. www.LostDogsGeorgia.com