Lost & Found

Stray Animals Currently at JHS

If you have lost a pet, review the profiles below. If you believe one of these is your pet, bring appropriate ID and proof of animal ownership (medical records and photographs) of the animal to JHS as soon as possible. Pets have a 6 day stray hold before being released for adoption at JHS. Some pets may be cared for in the finder’s home during the stray hold period, as noted in the pet’s profile. Those pets are not in the shelter and not available for adoption. Names shown were assigned to animals upon arrival.

View JHS dogs for adoption.

View JHS cats for adoption.

Lost and Found Pets Within 30 Miles of Jacksonville:


Other Steps to Take if you Lose a Pet in Jacksonville:

Read through this helpful guide: Lost Pet Informational Handout

Check the website of Animal Care and Protective Services.

Use findingrover.com or the Finding Rover app to mark your pet as missing. Facial recognition technology could help you find your pet in a shelter – for free! JHS is a Finding Rover partner shelter.

Register your pet as missing on Lost and Found Pets NE Florida and Lost Found Pets Jacksonville

Use Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Nextdoor app as a tool to tell your friends and neighbors.

Make, print & post flyers using this free tool.

Be sure to check websites for updates each day, as information changes when new pets arrive. Make sure you search through animals listed as both adoptable and stray, just in case.

Click here for more tips and a printable checklist.

What else can you do?

If you live in the surrounding area of Duval County, please be sure to check with bordering county animal control offices:

If your pet is microchipped, notify the company and make sure your information is current. If you adopted from JHS recently, your pet was registered with this website.

Did you find a pet? Found a Pet information handout

Did you find a pet with a microchip? Check out this free microchip lookup tool.