If you have lost/found a dog with Peppermint Pig Animal Rescue ID tag on it-
PLEASE EMAIL US ASAP at:

pparescue@gmail.com

You may also call 513-474-0005 option 3 but this is voicemail only.

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Found a dog with a microchip tag but no other ID? 

Call the phone number on the tag or call or email) one of the microchip company numbers below.

Any microchipped animal lost or found (with a microchip) can be reported lost or called in found to check owner info at any microchip company. These are the 2 companies we use most often for our microchipping.
24 Hour Pet Watch- 1-866-597-2424 (24 hrs a day/7 days a week)
Home Again- 1-888- HOMEAGAIN (1-888-466-3242)

Found a lost dog with a dog license tag but no other ID?

Hamilton County Dog License

call Dusty’s Dogs, 513.946.DOGS(513.946.3647). Dusty’s Dogs is the 24-hour hotline that provides the name, address and telephone number of the dog’s owner so you can return the pet to his family.

If you have lost/found a dog that doesn’t have tags you can take them to any vet (or to our Peppermint Pig Thrift and Gift Store during store hours- TuesdayFriday 11-4:30 or Saturday 12-4) to be scanned for a microchip.

Clermont County License
 
Clermont County Auditor- www.countyauditor.org
website can search license number for owner information 
 
 
Butler County License
 
Butler County Auditor-
Butlercountyauditor.org

Finding Your Lost Pet

If you have lost your pet, please consider the following options:

1. Call your local county animal shelter immediately, report your pet as lost and give an accurate description of your pet.


2. Search the neighborhood thoroughly. Enlist the help of friends. Post the lost pet to any neighborhood Facebook groups, Cincinnati Lost and Found Pets

https://m.facebook.com/LostAndFoundPetsCincinnati?skip_nax_wizard=true

or to PawBoost Lost and Found Pets (this will send an alert to all area veterinarian offices and utilizes social media to get the word out about your pet).


3. Go to the animal shelter and look for yourself. Only you know your pet. Take pictures if you can to show others what your pet looks like.


4. Post signs in your neighborhood and local stores. Describe your pet and put a picture of it on the sign if possible. Leave your phone number, too, so people can call you if they find your pet.


5. Place an ad in the newspaper. The more people who know your pet is missing, the better chance you have of finding it.


6. Keep checking at your local shelter and other shelters in the area. Call or visit at least every three days.

Micro-Chipping

Our motto is “the more ‘jewelry’ (i.e. tags) your pet has on, the more ways they can be reunited with you if the unexpected happens.”
Microchipping gives you that extra safeguard that can help animals to be returned to their homes safely even if they lose their collar or other tags (ID, Rabies, License).
All animals adopted though Peppermint Pig Animal Rescue come with a lifetime microchip.
Any microchipped animal lost or found (with a microchip) can be reported lost or called in found to check owner info at any microchip company. These are the 2 companies we use most often for our microchipping.
24 Hour Pet Watch- 1-866-597-2424 (24 hrs a day/7 days a week)
Home Again- 1-888- HOMEAGAIN (1-888-466-3242)

Microchipped animals can be identified at any Animal Shelter or local veterinarian’s office.  You are also welcome to bring any found pets into our Peppermint Pig Thrift and Gift store during regular business hours (TuesdayFriday 11-4:30 and Saturday 12-4) and we’ll be happy to scan the animal for a microchip.

Keep a Collar and Identification Tags on your Pets

Returning lost pets to their owners is easiest if dogs wear the required county license and city tags and also a rabies tag. It’s also highly recommended that your dog wear an identification tag with your name, address and phone number. Be sure to keep the collar on your dog at all times.

Cats can wear an I.D. tag and some cities require a license.

 
 
🐾Contact your local county animal
      shelter to report a dog lost/found 🐾
 
            In Hamilton County-
 
 
              SPCA Cincinnati

   Northside Shelter
   3949 Colerain Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45223
   513-541-6100

   Sharonville Humane Center
   11900 Conrey Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45249
   513-541-6100
  

If your dog gets lost, call the Hamilton County Dog Warden at 513.541.6100.

If they you find a lost dog wearing a current Hamilton County License, call Dusty’s Dogs, 513.946.DOGS(513.946.3647). Dusty’s Dogs is the 24-hour hotline that provides the name, address and telephone number of the dog’s owner so you can return the pet to his family.

If you find a lost dog that is not wearing a current license tag, call the dog warden at 513.541.6100.

InClermontCounty

Clermont to the Rescue Humane Society
4025 Filager Rd., Batavia, OH 45103 

513-732-8854

Warren County 

               Humane Association of Warren County
               230 Cook Road
               Lebanon, Ohio 45036

Butler County 

Animal Friends Humane Society
1820 Princeton Road
Hamilton, OH 45011 Phone:513-867-5727

Email:animalfriendshs@butlercountyohio.org

Hours: M,T,FKenton County, KY

To report lost/found animal
Kenton County Animal Control
1020 Mary Laidley Drive
FT. Mitchell , Kentucky 41017

Phone: 859.356.7400 
Kentoncounty.org
 
 
 
Boone County, KY
 
To report lost/found animal
 
Boone County
Animal Care & Control
5643 Idlewild Road
Burlington, KY 41005
Phone (859)586–5285
Boonecountyshelter.org
 
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