LOST PET FINDERS

Lost and Found Cats, Dogs, Birds and Pets


Lost a Pet?

FREE: listing, printable flyer, instant Facebook post, to-do guide. Optional: PET ALERT, Facebook Boost and more.

Register your lost pet

Found a Pet?

FREE: found/stray, pet sightings, found deceased listing, printable flyer, instant Facebook post, to-do guide and more.

Register a found pet

Pre-register Your Pets

FREE: For peace of mind, pre-register your pets before they go missing. Report them as lost with just one click.

Pre-register your pet

 

FACEBOOK BOOST FOR LOST AND FOUND PETS 

  • It has been successfully used for many years by businesses to advertise products via social media. It is now time to use it to the advantage of lost and found pets!

  • Available immediately after registration (from only $9.95). Show your Facebook post to thousands of local Facebook users, raise awareness and get more eyes looking for your pet! 

  • The best thing: you do not need to be registered on Facebook to utilise this service.

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LPF Pet Network

 

 

Become our PET NETWORK member and receive lost PET ALERTS in your local area. We do not send any advertising and do not pass contact information to third parties. FIND OUT MORE.

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79,771

REGISTERED MEMBERS

4,311

Professional MEMBERS

39,528

Pets Reunited

943,286

Phone Calls Made

544,366

Text Messages Sent

Lost Pet Finders helped give us peace of mind that there were local people keeping their eye out for Onion when he went missing last year. We were lucky enough to get him back within 72 hours and would highly recommend Lost Pet Finders.

― Vicky & Onion

Onion

We were contacted by a neighbour within 40 minutes of the alert being sent out and reunited with our boy. A fantastic service I can't recommend enough!!!

― Rebecca & Leon

Leon

Charlee is a loved female Sulphur Crested Cockatoo and was missing for 2 nights and 3 days. A woman who got a voice mail and a text message of an ad from the site called me saying that she could hear a cockatoo on Welwyn road near the Hebersham Primary School. She was in a gum tree across the road as was very frightened and couldn't come down because of minor birds. My partner Justin climbed a ladder to try and get her. She got spooked and flew into another tree. We went into the other yard and she stepped up onto my arm. It was great to now that she still wanted to come home. The cuddles she is giving me shows how scared she was being alone for a few nights. Thanks to this amazing site in helping find my bird.

― Danae & Charlee

Charlee