Lost Pets


A lost pet can be devastating because our pets are members of our families. Unfortunately, it can happen and words can’t describe the worry and emotions when it does. For those of us who have found lost pets, it’s just as hard on us knowing how scared this animal must be. Without a tag or microchip it is very difficult to reunite families, but we at Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary do all we can to increase the chances of a happy reunion. If you lose a pet and it is microchipped there is a much greater chance that your family will be reunited. All veterinarians and animal shelters have scanners, but it is extremely important that the chip is registered with your current contact information. An unregistered microchip makes it more difficult to find you and reunite you with your pet. See our Microchipping page for more information about this simple and potentially lifesaving process. 

Resources for Lost Pets

Lost Dog San Diego

Fallbrook Lost and Found Pets

Animal Friends of the Valleys Lost Found Reports

San Diego County Animal Services
North County Shelter
2481 Palomar Airport Road
Carlsbad, CA 92011-1531
(619) 767-2675

San Diego Humane Society        

2905 San Luis Rey Road, Oceanside, CA 92058

(760) 757-4357
5500 Gaines St., San Diego, CA 92110 

(619) 299-7012

Animal Friends of the Valleys

33751 Mission Trail Wildomar, CA 92595

Emergency (after hours) 951-506-5069

Nextdoor (private social network for your neighborhood)

Lost My Doggie

Lost Dogs of California

Helping Lost Pets

Fido Finder


Pet Harbor