Our beautiful girl, Princess, has been found and is home safe! Thank you very much for your service and the updated alerts! We had hope from your service! You guys are amazing, compared to the so called “other” agencies.

I have signed up to be alerted about other missing pets so I can help in their safe recovery.

Thanks again,
Tracey (Denver, CO)


Hello and good evening to you!!

It’s been so much chaos with the new move here and the recent return of Raven last evening – we were so happy!
I have to say, this service was amazing. How many folks it reached and how much impact it had was incredible.

Thank you again so much!

Chasity & Randy – Phoenix, AZ

Follow up on Instagram!

By |August 13th, 2017|

Stray Pet is Growing!!!

By |May 15th, 2017|

We are happy to welcome some new territories for Stray Pet. Below are great pet communities that need our help to find missing pets! You can now find them as an alert territory option and if your area isn't listed let us know! We are expanding fast and will hopefully be covering all 50 States soon!

Stray Pet attends “Parker Days” Colorado

By |July 21st, 2015|

Members of Stray Pet Colorado pose for a picture before the Parade!  

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Pet Safety Tips

By |April 12th, 2015|

It can happen: your pet may accidentally wander off. It's not anything you did, and they want to find their way back home! They just need a little help. Here are some useful tips for preventing a long separation from your furry (or feathered, or scaled) friend! Act fast Check each shelter daily. Don’t assume that a shelter will house your animal any longer than a few days. Notify friends and neighbors that your pet is lost. Contact veterinary practices in your area. They may have a Lost and Found bulletin board in their offices. Read the “found” ads, and take out a “lost” ad in the newspapers. If your neighborhood permits, post fliers in the area where you lost your pet. Don’t give up! Why pets stray A common reason a pet will stray from home is that it isn’t spayed or neutered and is looking for a mate. Spaying or neutering eliminates an animal’s reproductive instincts and decreases the desire to roam. Make sure: Your cat or dog wears a current rabies tag, license tag and an ID tag with your present address and phone numbers. Your address and phone numbers are on file with the veterinarian who provided your pet’s most recent vaccinations. Your contact information is current with the registry for your pet’s microchip identification implant. A microchip identification implant is the size of a grain of rice and is inserted under an animal’s skin. It contains a number that is filed with a national registry. The registry keeps owner contact information. When a shelter or veterinary practice finds an implant on a lost pet, they contact the registry. To get a microchip ID for your pet, consult your veterinarian.

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