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Lost Pets

Please inform Animal Tracker as soon as possible if your pet goes missing.  

Check that your contact details are up to date.

You may wish to review your privacy setting to allow your contact details to be visible if your pet's 15 digit microchip number is entered into the Animal Tracker database, or given out to a member of the Animal Tracker team by an external party.  This may facilitate a quicker reunification.

If you are not in a position to access your online account please call our 24/7, 365 lost and found number on 01279 219777.  Our customer service team will need to verify all callers before proceeding so please have the pet's microchip number to hand.

What to do next...
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Contact

Contact vets, local charities and rescues to see if your pet has been found or handed in - give them the microchip number along with your contact details.  

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Neighbours

Let your neighbours know so they are aware.

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Posters

Create and distribute missing posters to local grocerry shops, security guards at the community, gyms, etc.

  • To inform your local authority 

  • Search the local area.  Animals may become trapped in garages or sheds, so pay particular attention to these.

  • If you are a dog owner whose pet went missing whilst on a walk, trace the route, calling / whistling for your dog.

  • Contact your pet insurance provider (if applicable), as they may offer financial assistance and advice on missing pets.

  • Look at Sites such as DogLost who have a wide social media reach.

 

Please remember to inform us if you are reunited with your pet