- Check in-person at Animal Care to see if your pet was turned in as a stray. This is the fastest and best way to identify a lost pet. (Please bring proof of ownership, such as a photograph) You should check back every 2-3 days until you find your pet.
- File a Lost Pet Report. This will help us keep a look out in case your pet is turned in later.
- If your pet has a microchip, call the microchip company to verify that your contact information is current.
- Post flyers in and around the area where the pet was lost. Be sure to include a color picture and detailed information about your pet, including the date and area where he/she went missing.
- We also recommend keeping an eye on Craigslist, local newspapers, and other ad services.
Please Remember: Lost/Stray animals are held here at our facility for 5 days before they may be adopted by a new family. It's important to keep checking back regularly.
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- Visit a local veterinary office or Greenville County Animal Care to have the pet scanned for a microchip.
- Search our Lost & Found Database to see if someone is already looking for the animal.
- File a Found Pet Report
- Post flyers at local veterinary offices and pet related businesses and in the areas near where the animal was found.
- You can also try searching Craigslist Lost & Found or checking our Facebook page for posts from people who may be searching for their lost pet.
If you are unable to care for the pet that you've found while you try to find its owner or another home, stray pets can be turned in to Greenville County Animal Care during our hours of operation.
List of Lost & Stray Animals at Greenville County Animal Care
Stray animals brought to Animal Care are listed on this site for five days and then are removed. If your pet has been missing for more than five days, you must come to Animal Care to look for your lost animal as it will no longer appear on this listing.