Lost and Found Animals

Grapevine Animal Services is here to help animals get back to their loving homes.

We encourage you to visit our shelter if you are missing your pet, since you know them best.  You may search our "Found" animals section--please note that not all "found" animals are in the custody of Grapevine Animal Services. "Lost" (those which owners are attempting to locate) animals may also be searched.
 
To report a lost pet, you may submit the Lost Animal Form.

To report a found pet, you may submit the Found Animal Form.

 
 Lost Animals 

  
   
   Found Animals
What Else Can I Do If I Have Lost My Pet?
Once you have reported your pet missing to Grapevine Animal Services, consider the following items.  There are so many places that your animal may end up or be reported to, we encourage you to be an active participant in locating your sweet friend.

  • If your pet is microchipped, call the company the chip is registered with to ensure your contact information is up to date and to notify them the animal is missing
  • Connect with neighbors on the NextDoor app
  • Try online lost and found websites and search Facebook sites such as:  Lost Dogs of Texas, Lost and Found Pets HEB, Lost and Found Pets Keller Southlake Colleyville
  • Create a flyer at Helping Lost Pets website for distribution or make your own "missing" flyer with color photo and phone number--keep it simple
  • For missing cats, place a litter box or bedding on your patio to help them re-orient to their home
  • Call surrounding area shelters to leave a lost report

What Else Can I Do If I Have Found A Pet?
Once you have reported the found animal to Grapevine Animal Services, consider the following items.

  • Please have the animal scanned for a chip.  We will happily provide the service or you may visit your nearest veterinary clinic.  There is no charge.
  • Connect with neighbors on the NextDoor app
  • Try online lost and found websites and search Facebook sites such as:  Lost Dogs of TexasLost and Found Pets HEBLost and Found Pets Keller Southlake Colleyville
  • Make a simple flyer.  Don't be afraid to use a picture thinking that someone who is not the owner will want to reclaim.  You may ask that anyone coming forward provide details about the pet, veterinary records, or simply several photos of the animal that most owners would have in their possession.
  • Call surrounding area shelters to leave a found report