When you come to our Facebook page, you'll see many lost and found flyers posted on our page. We have over 2500 lost and found listings for Georgia alone.
But what does a Flyer really mean?
A flyer on our page means that the pet you see has been listed with Lost Dogs Georgia and with helpinglostpets.com, a FREE, map-based and fully searchable nationwide database that is used by many animal control units and veterinary clinics to match lost and found listings.
It means that the listing has been sent out to the thousands of Helping Lost Pets and the Lost Dog Georgia twitter followers.
It means that alerts have been sent to helpinglostpets.com members in the area who have signed up and chosen to receive free alerts. Many of these members are shelters, veterinary clinics and rescue groups and many of these members use these alerts to get the word out to their own followers.
It means that these listings have been posted to Lost Dogs Georgia on Instagram to reach members of Instagram who are not on Facebook.
It means that these listings have been posted to Lost Dogs Georgia on Pinterest to reach Pinterest followers who are not on Facebook.
But that's not all....
While we're working to get the word out about your missing or found pet, many animal control units and veterinary clinics are working to get the word out about us.
This is the dispaly in the front lobby of Gwinnett County Animal Control
This is our link posted on the Walton County Animal Control website
This is our link posted to the Oconee County Animal Control website
This is a post form Rockdale County Animal Hospital in Conyers, Georgia
This was a post created by the Newton County Humane Society and posted to their page
The Is Foundation (Ian Somerhalder) spreading the word
With so many people directing people to our site, we have to ask...
Is your pet on the map in case someone is looking?