Lost pets

If your pet goes missing you should call or email us to let us know and contact your other local veterinary practices as well.

Put up posters in your area with a photo and description of your pet and your phone number, but do not put on your pet’s name. Ask your neighbours to look in any sheds and garages to check your pet isn’t trapped inside, and listen out for cries coming from unoccupied or derelict properties.

Get in touch with these local animal rescue shelters to let them know your pet is missing as well.

Battersea Cats & Dogs Home
The Mayhew Animal Home
RSPCA

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