Help Find Lost Pets in Abilene: Your Local Resource

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How the Lost Pet Database Works?

Using our Lost Pet Database is straightforward and quick. Enter all the necessary details about your lost or found pet. Include a clear photo, your pet’s name, and any unique markings. Provide information on where and when your pet was last seen. This detailed information will help locals identify and assist in finding your pet. The more specifics you share, the higher the chances of a quick reunion.

With Abilene friendly neighborhoods and wide-open spaces, it’s easy for our furry friends to explore and sometimes get lost. But don’t stress—Peeva’s Lost Pet Database is here to help! Whether your pet wandered off near the Abilene Zoo or escaped in the historic downtown area, our database is a powerful tool to help bring them back home.

Post a Lost or Found Pet

Submit your post for approval and we will publish it on our website. In the post title field, specify if the pet is lost or found. In the post content field, include: 

  • Pet name
  • Location last seen (e.g. Buffalo, New York 14202)
  • Date last seen (MM/DD/YYYY)
  • Type of pet (dog, cat)
  • Breed
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Are they microchipped? 
Please complete the required fields.
Please select your image(s) to upload.

Why Microchipping is a Must for Your Pet?

Microchipping your pet is one of the best steps you can take to ensure their safety. Here’s why microchipping is so crucial:

Permanent Identification: Unlike collars and tags, which can fall off or get lost, a microchip is a permanent form of identification. It’s implanted just under the skin and lasts a lifetime.

Unique ID Number: Each microchip has a unique ID number linked to your contact information. If your pet is found, a quick scan at any vet or animal shelter will display this ID.

Fast Reunions: With the microchip, your pet’s information can be accessed immediately, speeding up the process of reuniting you with your pet. No more waiting and worrying!

Safe and Simple: The procedure to implant a microchip is quick and safe, causing no more discomfort than a routine vaccination.

Widespread Use: Vets and shelters across Abilene and the country have the technology to scan for microchips, ensuring that your pet can be identified no matter where they are found.

By microchipping your pet, you’re providing them with a lifeline back to you, giving you peace of mind.

Tips to Prevent Losing Your Pet

Keeping your pet safe is all about prevention.  Secure your home and yard. Regularly check fences and gates to ensure they are secure and free of holes or gaps. Always have your pet wear a collar with an updated ID tag that includes your phone number and address. And keep your pet on a leash during walks, especially in new or busy areas.

Teach your pet basic commands like “come,” “stay,” and “sit” to help manage their behavior in different situations. Never leave your pet unattended in public places or outside without supervision. You can also consider attaching a GPS tracker to your pet’s collar for real-time location tracking.

Taking these preventative measures can greatly reduce the risk of your pet getting lost.

How Abilene Residents Can Support Each Other

In Abilene, we pride ourselves on being a close-knit community. Here’s how you can help if you find a stray pet or see a lost pet notice:

Check for ID: Look for a collar and tags to contact the owner directly.

Use Peeva’s Database: Post about the found pet on Peeva’s Lost Pet Database and include as many details as possible.

Visit Local Shelters: Bring the found pet to local animal shelters or veterinary clinics to check for a microchip.

Spread the Word: Share information about the found pet on social media and community bulletin boards.

By working together, we can help ensure that every lost pet in Abilene finds its way back home.

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