ILost Cats Georgia is partnered with PetFBI National Nonprofit. Which has one of the largest, fully searchable, Lost Pet Databases in the world- FREE for everyone to use.
-Free Alerts (you will receive alerts on potential pet matches within a 100 mile radius of where your pet went missing)
-Free Customized Search Tips
-Free Support by volunteers who are truly invested
-Free Tweets and Instagram posts of your pet
-MAR Trained Volunteer Case Manager and Certified Lost Pet Recovery Specialist available to go out into the field on select cases
If you have lost your pet, register at www.PetFBI.org
Lost Dogs Georgia is an all-volunteer group dedicated to reuniting lost dogs with their families. We are partnered with PetFBI.org, one of the largest, fully searchable, Lost Pet Databases in the world. Together, our mission is to provide free tools, tips, resources and guidance to owners and finders of lost pets to help facilitate more reunions.
Services Offered by Lost Dogs Georgia and our partner Pet FBI:
· Free lost/found listing in our nationwide database.
· Free email alerts on potential pet matches.
· Free lost/found flyer templates.
· Free lost/found post on the Lost Dogs Georgia Facebook page.
· Free search guides and tips sent via text or email to anyone who list a lost or found dog.
· Free volunteer guidance and assistance.
Note: Search guides and tips are written by our Lost Dog Recovery Specialist with over 8 years experience in the field.
How to list your lost dog with us::
If you have a lost dog. please list with us by going to www.PetFBI.org.
Next, visit Lost Dogs Georgia on Facebook to view your lost dog listing.
Susan Long uses her investigative knowledge and police background to help find lost pets. She is tenacious when it comes to finding lost furry family members, and has an extreme attention to detail. She works a team of two dogs that include a husky named Sailor and a dachshund mix named Tracker, who is the perfect size for tight spots. Susan primarily covers areas in Florida and the Southern Region of the United States, but is available to travel further to help find lost pets. Susan worked in law enforcement for over 20 years and worked her first lost pet case in 2008 with Pet Search and Rescue before taking time off to focus on family. She was a licensed Private Investigator in the State of California for 17 years and is currently licensed in Florida. She is back on the case to help people find their lost pets and completed the Missing Animal Response Technician Training. Services available (with travel) in many states in the US.
LOST CAT FINDER -- Kim Freeman is a certified MAR Technician specializing in lost cats. Available for phone & email consultations, strategy coaching, feline profiling, shelter searches, flyer posting and on-site physical searches.
Offers instant search guides: "How to Find a Lost Cat" and a "How-to" video, both available via Amazon and on her website: http://www.lostcatfinder.com
Log of recent found cat photos and testimonials are on her Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LostCatFinder
LARG (Lost Animal Resource Group) is a volunteer-based East Coast organization that tracks, finds and humanely captures lost family pets, stray dogs, cats and other animals. Typically, these animals can't be easily caught, picked up or captured through ordinary means. Getting these animals to safety often requires patience, strategy, skill and equipment, as well as time and resources.
Our volunteers do this work because we have a passion for saving at-risk animals and helping families. We work on these cases before, during and after our normal work and lives. Most of our volunteers operate in Maryland, however we also serve surrounding areas based on volunteer availability. We also train and network with other humane trappers in other areas. Because of our organization’s specialized experience, we work with families on cases across the United States.
Our organization is very specialized - We focus on field rescue of animals who are not already safely contained; our primary focus is getting them to safety. LARG is currently supported by our volunteers who put their own time and money into this service.
The animals we help to rescue often have no one else who is able or willing to search for them, or take the time to rescue them from their life of danger, suffering and loneliness. These animals might be dumped, lost or stray, but they still deserve to be helped.