Find Lost Pets in Tulsa: Your Community’s Database

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How the Lost Pet Database Works?

Posting to our Lost Pet Database is easy and quick. First, fill in all the important details about your lost or found pet. Make sure to include a clear photo, the pet’s name, and any special features or markings. Also, let us know where and when your pet was last seen. This information is super helpful for people in the area who might spot your pet. The more details you provide, the better the chances of finding your pet fast.

Losing a pet in Tulsa can be really tough. The city is big, with lots of busy streets, parks, and neighborhoods. Sometimes, pets wander off or, worse, get stolen.Our Lost Pet Database is a lifesaver for pet owners in Tulsa. It’s a special place where you can post details about your lost or found pets. This way, the whole community can see and help. Imagine your pet is lost near the Gathering Place or wandering around Utica Square. By posting on our database, people nearby can keep an eye out and help bring your furry friend 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 super important! It’s a tiny chip, about the size of a grain of rice, that goes under your pet’s skin. This chip has a unique ID number that links to your contact information. So, if your pet gets lost and someone finds them, a quick scan at any vet or animal shelter in Tulsa can bring up your details. This makes it so much easier and faster to reunite you with your pet. Think of it as a VIP pass that helps your pet get back to you in no time. Plus, microchipping is safe, simple, and lasts a lifetime. So, give your pet the best chance of coming home by getting them microchipped today!

Tips for Keeping Your Pet Safe

While our Lost Pet Database is here to help, it’s always best to prevent pets from getting lost in the first place. Make sure your yard is secure and your pet’s collar fits well. Always keep an eye on your pet when you’re out and about. And remember, microchipping adds an extra layer of safety. By taking these simple steps, you can help keep your pet safe and sound.

Steps to Prevent Losing Your Pet

Prevention is key to keeping your pet safe. Make sure your yard is secure and your pet’s collar fits well. Use a leash when you’re out for walks and never leave your pet unattended in public places. Training your pet to respond to basic commands like “come” and “stay” can also help. Consider installing a GPS tracker on your pet’s collar for added peace of mind. Regularly update your contact information on your pet’s ID tags and microchip registry. By taking these steps, you can reduce the chances of your pet getting lost.

How the Community Can Help?

The Tulsa community plays a big role in keeping pets safe. If you find a stray pet, check for ID tags and contact the owner if possible. Post about the found pet on Peeva’s Lost Pet Database and social media groups for Tulsa pet owners. Visit local animal shelters and vets to see if anyone has reported a lost pet matching the one you found. Spreading the word quickly increases the chances of reuniting lost pets with their families. By working together, we can make Tulsa a safer place for all our furry friends.

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