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Lost and Found

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Lost a Pet?

If you have lost a pet, please fill out the form below. A member of our Lost and Found team will be in contact with you if a potential match is found.

Cat colours and patterns can be confusing, there are a lot of variations! Here’s a handy guide to figure out what colour/pattern your kitty is!

You can also call the Guelph Humane Society at 519-824-3091 or email lostandfound@guelphhumane.ca with the following information.

Dog / Cat / Other
Spayed / Neutered / Unknown
Gender
Declawed (cats)

Other resources you can use to help find your pet are:

  • Check out our GHS Found Pets Facebook page. This displays stray animals that come into the Guelph Humane Society in an attempt to help reunite them with their families!
  • File a lost pet report with DocuPet, which issues the City of Guelph’s required identification tags
  • Post on Helping Lost PetsGuelph and Area Lost & Found Pets Facebook page and Kijiji lost pets
  • Helping Lost Pets is a National Lost/Found Pet registry that is FREE to use. When a pet is listed, email/text alerts are sent to members in the area. You can also create a Flyer from your listing too.
  • Speak to neighbors/post signs in neighborhood
  • Call your microchip provider company to ensure your information is updated if your pet is microchipped
  • Visit Ontario SPCA Lost Pet Recovery 101 for more information on how to find your pet!
  • Come to the Guelph Humane Society to speak with our staff and view our animal intake rooms
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Found a Pet?

If you found a stray animal, we can help!

  • All dogs in the City of Guelph, Township of Guelph/Eramosa and Township of Centre Wellington are required to have a license
  • New for 2018! Cats in the City of Guelph are also required to have their licence!
  • If you have found a pet who is wearing a City of Guelph license tag please enter the 7-digit code on the tag here to lookup the pet’s public information
  • If you have found a pet who is wearing a Township of Guelph/Eramosa and Township of Centre Wellington please contact the Guelph Humane Society for more information
  • The pet may have other tags, such as rabies, microchip or vet clinic tags. If this is the case we can help identify any potential owners
  • If there is no tag, or you are having difficulties contacting the owner please contact us at 519-824-3091