DFW PetNet

If you’ve ever lost a pet, you know the heartbreak – the endless searching, the fear.  The SPCA of Texas is taking steps to help reunite more Metroplex pets with their owners by launching PetNet, a website where anyone who has lost or found a pet can post a photo and description of that pet.  Yes, I know that’s been done before.  But here’s what is unique about this program – the SPCA staff helps you through the process by searching the lost & found records of participating shelters throughout the area.  Participating organizations to date include the municipal animal control agencies in Denton, Arlington, Collin County, Frisco, Irving, Rowlett, Addison, University Park, Wylie, Watauga and more!  Dallas Animal Services and Operation Kindness are both in the process of signing up, and others will likely follow. 

For more information, or – Heaven forbid – you’ve lost a pet, visit the PetNet website or call 214-742-7722.

For information on lost pet behaviors and search techniquest, visit Missing Pet Partnership</a.

Posted with a special thanks to Skip Trimble of Catyln Capital Corporation for providing the initial funding for this project.


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