Lost a Pet

Reunite with Your Beloved Pet

The Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A. endeavors to reunite the stray animals that come into our care with their owners as quickly as possible. Please follow the steps below to locate your pet. 

step one: 

Search your neighborhood and engage with your community

Search for your missing pets on your neighborhood’s missing pet groups:

Facebook

nextdoor

craiglist

If you don’t see your pet, post photos and information about your pet on these channels.

step two:

View pets in our care

The gallery includes pets currently housed in our care at the Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A..
If you are missing a pet and find your pet on our website after viewing our available pets, please fill out the redemption form.
  • Please be sure to include the animal ID of the identified pet.
  • Proof of ownership must be provided. EXAMPLES: pictures, video, vet receipt.
If you do not see your pet, please monitor this list as well as the lost and found listings periodically.
VIEW PETS IN OUR CARE FILL OUT REDEMPTION FORM VIEW FOUND PET FLYER

step three:

get the word out

Through Petco LoveLost website, you can enter a photo of your missing pet and search a national lost and found pet database to find them.
search on petco lovelost

GET THE WORD OUT!

Post a lost or found flyer on our Petco LoveLost.

LOST & FOUND SHELTER SEARCH HOURS

Our kennel hours are:
Monday through Saturday
10:00 AM – 5:30 PM

When visiting the shelter to look for your lost pet, please visit our Animal Receiving Department. An Animal Care Technician will escort you through the kennels to see if your pet is in our care.

If your pet is microchipped, click here to find the registry or manufacturer that made your lost pet’s microchip. Contact those registries when your pet is lost to see if his/her microchip has recently been scanned and a microchip number has been identified.

Found book is now located in our Animal Receiving Department.

List your missing pet in the “Lost” book now located our Animal Receiving Department.

Check the DOA list now located our Animal Receiving Department.
If you do not locate your pet during your first visit to the Shelter, please check back every two or three days. Often times people will hold onto a found animal for a few days in an effort to locate an owner before bringing it to a shelter.
If your pet is wearing identification, we make every attempt to contact the owner by phone and/or mail to let them know their pet is at the shelter.
Be aware that your pet may have lost its I.D. Make sure to visit our shelter every two or three days to see if it has turned up here.
To redeem your pet, you must be the licensed owner or have a note from the licensed owner giving you permission to redeem the lost pet. Accompanied with the note from the licensed owner, we will need to see a copy of their I.D. (ex. driver’s license) and proof of ownership.
If you find your pet, a redemption fee will be assessed. If your pet is not altered, we will offer an opportunity to have them altered before leaving the shelter and a portion of the redemption fee will be applied towards to the cost of spay/neuter. This will reduce the cost of licensing in the future and add three to five years to the life of your pet.

rEDEMPTION FORM

If you are missing a pet and find your pet on our website after viewing our available pets, please fill out the redemption form below.