Lost Pet Finders

Act Quickly. Get Help now.

Our method is simple: let as many people know as possible about your lost pet. Find local help for pets lost or found now. Members of our 'Pet Network' include shelters, pounds, vets and councils, and our extended options allow you to contact almost everyone within a defined area.

  • Instant Facebook posts
  • Facebook Boosting
  • Pet Alerts
  • Pet Radar Pet Matching

Brisbane Pound Shelters

If you’ve found what appeared to be a lost pet in the past, chances are that after you held on to it for some time and conversed with those around you the general consensus would have been that the smartest decision would be to take them to the local shelters, vets or some other association.
If your pet has gone missing recently and it has been more than a day or two, most pets are found and taken to the Brisbane pound or Brisbane animal shelter – depending on where they originally were reported lost from and how far they were able to roam, knowing which pound or vet or even just plain who to call can be daunting and time consuming

Our service allows you to send out a customised message to the important players in the area, these are vets, breeders, local users and everything in between.

List your pet for free now and let us help you reunite with your pet as soon as possible!




Animal Shelters in Queensland


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Bella"Thanks for all your help and support to help find bella." 

Tam & Bella

Jessica & Levi"Thanks to your efficient service Sonny was reunited with our family.

Jessica & Levi

Mika"This young couple kept hearing Mika meowing and when they went out, they found her on the roof of an elderly couple's house who lived on the street behind them. Luckily the elderly lady was part of the lost pet finders network and had received a call from your company notifying her of Mika so she recognized her and returned her to us. Thank you so much for your services! Worth every cent!

Nishita & Mika

Moët"Moët went looking for his owner on the 1st November only trouble was the fact she was in Bali. Moët walked from Fremantle to Murdoch as he lives in the East of Perth. We placed the Alert in Bali and within 30 mins he was sighted. we continually had hits for the next 4 hours after a 24 hour walk he was reunited with his sitter and his owner went on to have a great holiday."

Elizabeth & Moët