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Lost Pet Search

This search allows you to look for your missing pet among the stray animals brought to Dane County Humane Society (DCHS).

In addition to checking online, please email photos and lost pet reports to [email protected]. DCHS recommends coming to the main shelter at least once a week to look for your lost pet in person. It is sometimes difficult to get accurate pictures and descriptions online and nobody knows your lost pet better than you!

Look for more tips and places to list your lost pet at

Download the Lost Pet Brochure for helpful hints on how to find your lost pet!

See Lost Your Pet? If you are looking to adopt an animal, please use the Available Animal Search instead.

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