Lost and Found
Welcome to the Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A’s Animal Lost and Found
The Inland Valley Humane Society & SPCA (IVHS) endeavors to reunite lost pets with their owners as quickly as possible. Since not all lost animals find their way to IVHS, we rely on the community to notify us if a pet is lost or found.
If you are missing a pet and find your pet on our website after viewing our available pets, contact us below.
Click here to redeem your pet
PLEASE NOTE: ALL PETS IN OUR CARE ARE CURRENTLY PHOTOGRAPHED AND POSTED ON OUR WEBSITE. If you are missing your pet, please see if your pet is in our care by clicking the “view pets” button below before contacting us.
The Deceased Pet List includes descriptions of the animals and the location at which they were found. This information may be of a sensitive nature and is intended to help provide closure in the loss of a pet. The site does not contain any pictures. The animals listed have been found deceased prior to being picked up by IVHS & SPCA. Click here to view the list.
If you are already subscribed to our email or have posted before, please login before posting. Contact us if you do not know your password. You will be directed back to the homepage after you log in. If this is your first time using our website you can post an pet without logging in. You will have about 10 minutes before your session times out. Have your picture and information for your flyer ready. Contact us if your session times out to be emailed a password. You can also send a flyer directly to us and we will be happy to post it for you.
Did you lose or find a pet? Click on the button below to post an ad or view ads posted by the public.
Effective January 2019, the Pickering Animal Shelter houses lost and found pets from Pickering as well as the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville. Visit our Found Pets Page to see if your lost pet is currently at our shelter.
If your pet is not at our shelter, please submit a Lost Pet report where you can upload a picture of your lost pet for everyone to see.
All animals are housed at the Pickering Animal Shelter. We are located at 1688 Highway 7, Brougham (just west of Brock Road).
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* Please note that an impound fee is charged for any animal picked up and brought to our shelter. We accept Debit, Visa and Mastercard (cash is not accepted).
Tips to help you find your lost pet
- visit our Found Pets Page to see if your lost pet has been picked up and is currently at our shelter
- if your pet is not at our shelter, please complete an electronic lost pet report
- post advertisements, preferably with a picture, of the missing pet in local pet stores, businesses and the local newspapers
- visit local animal centres, veterinary clinics, and humane societies, as well as checking back with us on a regular basis
- if you have access, use social media such as facebook and instagram
If you find your missing pet, please let us know so we can remove them from our records as a missing animal.
If you find a stray dog or cat
Call us at 905.683.7575 so we can check if the owner has reported the missing animal. If we cannot find the owner, arrangements will be made to have an Animal Services staff pick the animal up. Staff will pick up a confined stray dog 24 hours a day.
TIP - check to see if the animal has a tag, if so, please have this information ready for when you call us.
Once the animal is in our possession, we:
- scan for a microchip
- continue monitoring our lost animal reports
- if no owner is found we transport the animal to our Animal Shelter
- we will post a photo of the animal to our Found Pets Page within 24 hours of impoundment
Did you know we were featured in the DurhamRegion.com "Your Life" video series. Watch the video to find out what you should do if you find a lost pet.
What to do if you find a lost dog in Ontario
Have you ever seen a pooch wandering the streets alone and wondered, “What should I do?” These are our tips for what to do if you find a lost dog in Ontario.
Seven simple steps you can take to find the owner of a lost dog:
1. Look for identification
The first course of action recommend by the Ontario SPCA and Humane Society is to look for any identification tags on the dog. These tags usually contain the animal’s name, phone number and sometimes an address.
2. Check for a microchip
The dog may also be microchipped. To find out if they are, you can bring them to your local animal centre or veterinarian’s office to have them scanned.
3. Call your local animal centre
If the animal does not have a tag, call your local animal centre or humane society. Sometimes animal centres get calls from people who have lost their pets and keep descriptions of them on hand.
4. Call your local municipal animal control
Give your local animal control office a call. They also get reports of missing animals and may be able to put you in contact with the pup’s owners.
5. Go social
Facebook, Twitter and Instagram act as great connectors for pet owners missing pets. Check for local lost/found community pages where someone may be asking after an animal fitting the description of the dog you found. It’s also worth creating your own post about the lost animal and asking friends and family to share it. You never know who might see it; social media makes the world a lot smaller!
6. Poster your neighbourhood
Take a photo of the dog and create a simple poster to distribute throughout your neighbourhood, providing a way for the owner to contact you.
7. Word of mouth
Don’t forget to utilize your network. Ask neighbours, friends and family if they, or someone they know, have lost a dog.
If you are the one who lost a pet, consult this blog post for tips on recovering your pet.
For a list of Ontario SPCA and Humane Society animal centres and affiliate societies across Ontario, please visit our contact page.
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