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We recommend you look for your pet every three to four days from the time they go missing. You may fill out a lost pet report below, but we recommend coming to Charleston Animal Society at 2455 Remount Road to look for your missing pet.
Fill out Lost Pet report at the bottom of this page.
Lost & Found Hotline: 843-329-1562
Call local vets and emergency clinics in your area:
Mt. Pleasant Emergency Vet & Summerville Emergency Vet: (843) 216-7554, Charleston Veterinary Referral Center: (843) 614-8387, Charleston Veterinary Referral Center: (843) 614-8387
Talk to neighbors – neighborhood kids and trash collectors cover lots of territory in your neighborhood;
Check at school playgrounds, parks, churches and restaurants – places where people gather and where there are food sources;
Make flyers and post them in the neighborhood, grocery and retail stores and vet offices. Be sure to include a photo and your phone number;
Social Media is Your Friend!Post pictures of your lost pet on facebook, instagram and other social media sites as soon as possible. If you don’t have a social media account, ask a friend to post it for you. It works!
Run an ad in the newspaper (Post & Courier phone number 843-722-6500). Be sure to check the found ads daily.
If your pet is microchipped, call the microchip company to be sure your phone number is correct.
Charleston Animal Society is an open admissions animal shelter serving Charleston County. If you find a pet in Charleston County, you may bring it to Charleston Animal Society during our regular operating hours.
If you find a pet outside of Charleston County, please contact the animal shelter in that county. Charleston Animal Society cannot accept pets that are found outside of Charleston County.
If you find a pet after operating hours, please consider holding onto the pet until Charleston Animal Society opens the next day. If you cannot keep the animal overnight, please call your local police non-emergency number for guidance.
If you find an injured stray animal after Charleston Animal Society is closed for the day, call the non-emergency line for the county in which you found the animal.
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