Found: Lab Mix
Found at my back door step I think on Monday morning April 15th. I live off of Highway 7/Park Avenue and own Hilltop Manor Bed and Breakfast. She has not left my yard since she arrived and is extremely sweet. She looks mainly like a lab. The vet said she looked roughly a year to a year and a half old.
Please call Jennifer at 501-625-7829.
Lost Jack Russell terrier
Milo went missing around 1:00pm Sunday (3-10-13).
He's about 4 yrs old and he is neutered..he has a mostly white body with some brindle spots and an all brindle head.
Milo went missing off amity road. Please Contact Jessica at (501) 538-9884
Female red and white. 3 years old, has a white spot in middle of back about size of a half-dollar "Diamond" Unconfirmed reports of sightings in Rockport area, Haskell Contact: 501-467-0461
FOUND in Royal
Color: Medium size, Brown and white
Found: 10/27/12 on Owl Creek Road in Royal
Contact: Melody at 501-760-6474
No vet info on rabies tag, just number.
LOST: Boston Terrier
Color: Black and white
Last Seen: October 1, 2012
Area: North Moore Rd near Sunshine Rd., Hot Springs, AR
Contact: Amy at 501-520-1392 or email email@example.com
Last Seen: August 25, 2012
Area: Long Beach Point, Hot Springs, AR
REWARD FOR SAFE RETURN
Last Seen: July 28, 2012
Area: Amity Road near Amity Village
REWARD FOR SAFE RETURN
Contact: 501-525-4798 or 501-525-0259
Color: Light brown and white
Found: Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Area: Highway 270 West near Old Bear Road turn-off, Royal, AR
She is VERY smart, well-trained and responds to every command, fetching balls, etc.
Contact: Robyn at 214-616-5445
Petee has been missing from the Mountain Pine junction area since Tuesday night 5/15/12. He is a full Boston Terrier with distinct markings. His right eye is surrounded by a solid black spot. This is my mother's dog and she is devastated.
Please call 501-538-3209 if found.
Bastion has been missing since May 5, 2012. He normally comes home by now. We are new to our neighborhood so I am worried. He is a 9yr old dark tabby with black stipes and large bullseyes on both sides. He has an unregistered microchip #471C12001. Please contact me if you are lucky enough to find him. Last seen: May 5, 2012
Area: Trivista Left, Hot Springs
He had on a black collar with metal studs,no tags. He also had on a leash.
Approximate Wgt. 9Lbs-male tan, mixed breed, looks like Shi-Tzu PLEASE CALL 501-609-6601 (LOCAL#) IF SEEN Last seen: April 4, 2012
Area: Music Mountain/270 West, Hot Springs
LOST: Jasmine (Black, tan, white)
Color: black with tan markings and white on her chest and paws & had a purple flea collar.
Last seen: March 8, 2012
Area: Garner Mt. rd in Alpine/Amity, AR
Contact: Shannon at 870-342-9421
Color: black, brown and white
Found: March 8, 2012
Area: 200 Whittington Avenue, Hot Springs, AR
Contact: JaNan Abernathy at 501-352-1078
LOST: (PhePhe) Cat
Color: Medium-haired gray tabby (aka "blue tabby")
Last Seen: Fountain Lake area
She has a red collar and a microchip #:982000148351010
LOST: (MAYMAY) Dog
Sex: Unknown as of post
Color: See Photo
Last Seen: Unknown as of post
Area: Behind Oaklawn Park Hot Springs, AR
Contact: HSGC 501-623-5012
LOST: (HOWIE) Cat
Color: Orange Tabby
Last Seen: Feb 24, 2012
Area: Hot Springs Intermediate School Hot Springs, AR
Contact: Robyn at 501 463 8812
He is a very sweet cat and I miss him dearly.
What To Do When Your Pet Is Missing
Begin immediately! The sooner you alert the community, the better chance you'll have to bring your pet back home to you and your family.
- Bring a photo and a flyer of your missing pet to The Humane Society of Garland County office or e-mail the information to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will put your missing pet on our web page.
- Search your house and yard immediately. Lost cats tend to remain hidden and very quiet, and a lot of times stay right around the house.
- Make up flyers with a clear, recent photo, pet's name, a good description, include breed, color, size, age, sex, and whether it had been spayed or neutered. Describe the collar, the date your pet first went missing, the location where your pet was last seen and a phone number to contact you when your pet is sighted or found.
Make sure you have voice mail to answer the calls. Place this information as an ad in local papers.
- Ask your mailperson, newspaper delivery person and anyone who travels throughout your area regularly on business to be on the lookout for your pet.
- Report to all Law Enforcement Agencies in your area — include a flyer.
- Check Petfinder.com where you can look through a national database or even post a picture and report a lost or found pet.
- Report to all Veterinarians in your area. Include a flyer.
- Report to all Animal Control/Pounds and Humane Societies/Rescues. Include a flyer.
- Walk through all Animal Control/Pounds and Humane Societies/Rescues often. Bring a flyer with you each time you walk through. Visit them daily, the employees are sometimes busy and may not recognize your pet from a verbal description only
- Get permission from local businesses to hang your flyer for the public to see and in the employee lunchroom or on their bulletin boards. Include the post office, public works, utility companies, laundromats, gas stations, grocery stores and convenience stores.
- Talk to your neighbors personally — especially the kids.
- If a reward is offered, just state "Reward Offered" — do not publish the amount.
- For your neighborhood posters and newspaper ads, leave out one identifying feature in your pet's description, such as a splotch of color on the nose or a short tail. This protects you from pet-recovery scams and is a sure-proof way of verifying that someone definitely found your beloved pet.
What to Do When You Find a Lost Pet:
- Call your neighbors. Even if you don't recognize the pet. (It's possible a neighbor is watching the pet for someone else). Check with the neighborhood children, they often know where pets belong.
- Check the Lost and Found section of our web site, www.hsgconline.com, to see if HSGC has the pet posted.
- Place a "Found Pet" ad in newspapers and check "Lost Pet" newspaper ads.
- Check Petfinder.com where you can look through a national database or even post a picture and report of a lost or found pet.
- If the dog has a collar with a rabies tag, report the tag number to your local veterinarians. A pet's rabies tag number can be traced to its veterinarian.
- Call the local Veterinary Clinics, Animal Control and The Humane Society to report that the pet is with you. Give clear contact information so when the owner calls these places to report his pet is missing, he can reunite with his pet.
- Check out missing pet reports at veterinary clinics, animal shelters and humane organizations.
If your pet isn't found near your area, these state organizations and pet-finding companies may be able to help you:
- Missing Pet Network
- Pet Finder USA
- Pets 911
- Cats in the Bag — helpful search tips
- International K-9 Search & Rescue
- International K-9 Search & Rescue