Ask us about our Spay & Neuter Grant 928-368-5295
If you have lost your pet, please do this immediately:
ALSO IF APPLICABLE PLEASE ATTACH A PICTURE OF YOUR ANIMAL, SO WE WILL KNOW EXACTLY WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE.
The Humane Society of the White Mountains is concerned about your lost pet. We do all that we can to support people in finding their missing companion animal. Our holding period for a stray animal is three (3) working (Open) days for an animal without traceable identification or microchip and five (5) days for an animal with traceable identification. Positive identification of the pet is the sole responsibility of the owner. If you have lost your pet we urge you to call the Shelter every day. We can make no guarantee that your pet can or will be identified with the information provided in your report.
Play an active role in finding your lost pet.
Post color flyers at local Veterinary offices, pet stores, pet groomers, laundromats, and community bulletin boards
People will assume after a couple weeks either the animal is found or the owner gives up. After a few weeks, remind them that you are continuing to search with a follow up flyer that says "STILL LOST"
Don't give up after only a few days, or simply wait for your pet to return on his/her own. Many pets are found weeks or months after they disappear. With knowledge, persistence, and proper techniques MANY pets can be found.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.