LOST & FOUND
Missing your best friend?
Losing a pet is traumatic for the whole family. We can help! Call us as soon as you can or submit a lost pet report online. This report helps us identify your lost pet if it is brought into our shelter.
Have you found a pet that looks lost?
Found a sick, injured, vulnerable cat or kitten, please call Animal Control. In addition to, if you find a healthy stray cat, please call the Animal Control Officer at 633-1228 and press 0. While we do not pick healthy stray cats, we will accept as soon as space is available.
If you find a stray dog in your area, please call the local number listed below:
- Saint John, Animal Control: (506) 633-1228.
- Rothesay, Rothesay Town Hall: (506) 848-6600.
- Quispamsis, Quispamsis Town Hall: (506) 849-5778.
- Grand Bay-Westfield, Dog Control Officer: (506) 653-1958.
- Hampton, Hampton Town Hall: (506) 832-6065
PREVENTING MISSING PETS
How do I make sure my pets do not get lost?
Since collars and identification tags can be lost, the easiest way to make sure your pet can be identified quickly and easily is with microchipping.
A microchip, used for the purpose of reuniting a lost pet, can be scanned at a animal shelter or veterinarian clinic to get its unique ID number and your contact information.
If you move or change your phone number contact your microchip company and update your contact information.