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Helping your pet find their way back home

Losing a pet is a very stressful time. These resources can help locate your lost furry friend. People who have found a pet often check these pages, so please post as much information as possible.

Who can I call?

Depending on where your pet was found, their finder may have brought them to one of the following locations.

  • Within Duluth City Limits:
    Duluth Animal Control, (218) 723-3259 or (218) 390-2256

  • Southern St. Louis County outside of Duluth:
    Animal Allies Humane Society, (218) 722-5341

  • City of Superior and surrounding areas:
    Humane Society of Douglas County, (715) 398-6784


Pets can wander VERY far from home, or be picked up and driven by a caring person trying to help. Please call all shelters to inquire about your missing pet.

What else can I do?

  • Complete the brown form below- this information is automatically posted in the spreadsheet on this page.

  • Search the spreadsheet below. "Found" pet posts are also included here and your pet may be among them.

  • Post a lost pet report on Missing Pets of the Northland on Facebook. This group is very active and posts can be shared.

  • Post a lost, found, or sighted of a dog with Lost Dogs of Minnesota or Lost Dogs of Wisconsin.

  • Post an ad for your pet on Craigslist.

  • Place an ad in your local newspapers.

  • Create a lost pet poster / yard sign and hang them around your neighborhood, in grocery stores, and on local posting boards. It also helps to email or deliver your forms to your local vet offices and animal shelters. Here is a Lost Pet Poster generator from 24Petwatch.

My Pet is Microchipped!

If your pet is microchipped you have a greater chance of finding them.  Log into your account on your microchip provider's website (or call their 800 number) to report your pet is missing and make sure your chip is registered with your CURRENT contact information.

Many companies also offer distribution of a 'lost' pet form to local organizations. Make sure to inquire about your options with them as these networks are widespread.


All stray animals are scanned for a microchip when arriving at a shelter, animal control, rescue group, or veterinary office. If the pet has a microchip, then contacting the person whose information is registered to that microchip is quick and easy.

Animal Allies urges all pet owners to microchip their companion animal and to keep the contact information updated to expedite lost pet reunions.


If a microchip has old information, we are not able to contact the current owner.


Animal Allies offers microchipping for owned animals. 

Call (218) 722-5341, ext. 205 to schedule an appointment at our Adoption Center.


For just 15 minutes and $25 you can take a meaningful step towards ensuring a safe reunion with your pet should they become lost or separated from you. Set up your appointment for a microchip today for future peace of mind.

Lost / Found Pet Reporting Form

Reported Lost / Found Pets

Current Lost Pets Awaiting Owner Reclaim at Animal Allies

Note: We post all animals that come in as strays on our Facebook page. 

If you do not have Facebook, please call 218-722-5341 to see if any of our current strays match your missing pet's description. Our staff will return your call during our regular business hours. Thank you!

Stray pets will be cared for during the state-mandated 5-day stray hold, and then placed into our adoption program if they are not reclaimed.  

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