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You should have received a confirmation email after submitting your report. Emails from PetFBI will be sent from email@example.com.
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Continue to search your house, yard, and neighborhood.
If you are in Ohio, go to www.facebook.com/petfbi.org, and post under visitor posts.
Ask your friends to share the post that you create.Share Your Report
Someone may have already reported the same pet.
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You can download and/or print your flyer now, choose a template and make changes if you like.
Check license, ID, or rabies tag. To find out the name of the owner, contact your local police department. Local police departments often handle these records or they can tell you who does.
Check for a microchip. Local animal control agencies and almost all shelters and veterinary offices have the necessary equipment to scan for a microchip. This is usually a free service.
Search and post on sites such as Craigslist.com or Nextdoor.com.
Check other lost and found websites (See our page Other Online Resources).
Notify animal control, vet offices, dog shelters, and humane societies. Petfinder has a comprehensive list of shelters and rescue organizations searchable by location here: https://www.petfinder.com/animal-shelters-and-rescues/search/
If your pet is microchipped, contact the microchip company.