Flealess Market's Lost Pets International
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Lost Pets International Listings by Geographical Area
submit an ad, scroll down to find your country and area and click it.

To submit a photo or remove an ad from Lost Pets International send an e-mail with the following information:
your city, state or province and country
2. the contact information in your ad (we can't find your ad without it)
3. address to PetPhoto@flealess.org
Please be sure you have filled in the subject area of your e-mail. We do not open any e-mails unless they have an appropriate subject, for example, "Remove Ad " or "Lost Dog Photo."

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Other things you can do if you've lost a pet:
1. Let local shelters know about your lost pet. That way, if an animal matching the description turns up, they will know who to contact. It's best to do this immediately so your pet stays safe.
2. Put up a flyer in your local vet's office or animal hospital. Veterinarians and other animal lovers may be more willing to help with your search, and it will also put the vet on alert if someone brings in a lost, injured pet.
3. While hanging up flyers is important, it also helps to hit the Web. Many message boards and user groups in your community may have spotted your pet in the area. You can also find great tips on how to find a lost pet.
4. Remember to think like your pet. Does he or she have a favorite park, fire hydrant or tree? Look there first and check back often.

Related Links, More Missing Pet Websites

General Search - AAA Matilda

The Complete Guide to Lost Pet
Prevention & Recovery


Kansas City Metro, Kansas and Missouri

Australian Rescue
Australian Rescue and Rehoming Resource

Dogs Finding Dogs
Lost Dog Tracking Service
911 Parrot Alert
Pet Lost

ParrotAlert.com International

 Lost Pet Cards & Posters

National Missing Pet Alert Network, USA

Tatoo-A-Pet International
Recovery Network

Lost Pets of Western North Carolina

Lost Dogs Of Dallas, TX

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