IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A LOST PET we encourage you to print and complete this Kennel Visitation Form below. This will save you a tremendous amount of time when you arrive. In order to walk through our stray kennels you must be 18 years or older and have a valid form of identification.
Lost Your Pet?
Our Call Center agents can only search for your pet if your pet was microchipped. After-hours dispatchers do not have access to our database and cannot tell you if your pet has been turned in.
You will need to click on the link above or visit our shelters during normal business hours.
If you are looking for a lost pet we encourage you to print and complete this Kennel Visitation Form below. This will save you a tremendous amount of time when you arrive.
In order to walk through our stray kennels you must be 18 years or older. Children are not allowed in our stray animal area, even when accompanied by an adult. You must provide a valid form of identification.
Did You Find A Lost Pet?
If you found a stray animal that is not an emergency, the quickest way for you to turn in a found pet is to visit our shelter front counters. Emergency calls should be made for injured, aggressive, sick and suffering, or animals obstructing traffic.
An officer can be dispatched to pick up the animal from your home. Please consider that all calls are handled in a priority manner. Requests for pick up can be made during normal business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. by calling 951-358-7387
After-hour dispatchers are available for emergencies only.
When turning in a lost pet you must be 18 years or older and have a valid form of identification.
The pets listed on this web page have been impounded by the County of Riverside Animal Services and are currently located at one of the County of Riverside animal shelters.
Every attempt has been made to list all dogs and cats impounded in a timely manner; however, there may be circumstances that prevent your pet from being listed.
If you have located your pet on this web page, please make record of the Animal Identification Number (AID), visit the correct animal shelter during normal operating hours, and bring your valid driver's license or government issued ID with you.
- If your pet has been missing more than three days you may also want to search our adoptable animals by clicking on View All Animals.
- Make your search broad. You may want to select no preference when searching for size, age, and coloring.
- Searching through the web page should not be considered a substitute for personally coming to the animal shelter and looking for your lost pet.
- You may want to bring any photos, license numbers, or microchip numbers to help in the search for your pet.
- Current vaccines can also be helpful during the return process if your pet is located.
All animals listed under Lost and Found Pets are not adoptable or available for rescue. Pets listed here are held until they have met the minimum required retention period allowed for owners to identify and have their pet returned to them.
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