Help for: Homeless Pets, Lost Pets, Lost Cats / Kittens, & Lost Dogs / Puppies
Along with contacting Luce County Pet Pals for Assistance, there are other great opportunities already in place that can help a pet find a home or be reunited with its owner.
State law prohibits any individual from abandoning or causing an animal to be abandoned. The following are some options for animals needing a home or needing to be reunited with their owner.
1. Radio Announcements:
Our local radio stations will announce missing, found or available pets during Tradio or Pooch Patrol.
The Eagle www.radioeagle.com
Call the Eagle at 293-1405 between 9am-10am Monday-Friday
WNBY www.oldies93fm.com radio
Call WNBY at 293-3221
2. Lost and found ads:
The Newberry News www.newberry-news.com
They offer a free ad to help reunite lost and found animals with their owner. Call 293-8401.
The Advisor will also place ads for lost, found or available animals. Call 906-341-2424.
3. Bulletin Board Postings:
Several area businesses including the IGA, Mac's Market and the Newberry
Animal Clinic maintain public service bulletin boards. Pet information regarding lost, found or available
animals along with your contact phone number can be posted.
4. Website posting:
Post the lost, found, or available pet information on our Facebook page "Luce County Pet Pals" include a picture of the animal and your contact information.
The website www.petfinder.com offers a free classified listing.
5. Contact neighboring county animal shelters to exhaust all possibilities.
Alger County Animal Shelter, Munising, 906-387-4131 www.petfinder.com/shelters/MI135.html
Eva Burrell Animal Shelter, Manistique, 906-341-1000 www.thehssc.com
Mackinac County Animal Shelter, St. Ignace, 906-643-7646 www.petfinder.com/shelters/MI506.html
Upper Peninsula Animal Welfare Society (formerly the Marquette County Humane Society), Marquette, 906 475-6661 www.upaws.org
Chippewa County Animal Shelter, Sault Ste. Marie, 906-632-2519 www.petfinder.com/shelters/MI252.html