PAWS OF CORONADO HELPS TO REUNITE LOST AND FOUND ANIMALS WITH THEIR OWNERS
We strongly urge pet owners to microchip, license and ID tag their pets. Remember to keep your pet’s registration and contact information current. Up-to-date identification is the best way to ensure your pet is reunited with you if lost.
IF YOUR PET IS MISSING
If your pet is lost in Coronado, please call 619.435.8247 . You can also emailINFO@PAWSOFCORONADO.ORGwith your pet’s photo, name, description, date and location that they were last scene, along with your contact information.
IF YOU HAVE FOUND A PET
Domesticated Animals found as strays in Coronado (92118) can be brought to the Coronado Animal Care Facility during regular business hours, 9am-4pm 7 days/week. If you are unable to catch or safely transport a found animal, please call the Coronado Police Department’s non-emergency line for assistance 619.522.7350 .
PAWS of Coronado does not take in wildlife. If a wild animal is found or injured, please contact Project Wildlife.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO MICROCHIP YOUR PET
If your pet is not microchipped, the clinic at PAWS of Coronado offers discounted microchipping appointments. To schedule an appointment please visit PAWS Clinic – PAWS of Coronado.
TIPS FOR REUNITING WITH A LOST DOG
As soon as you realize your dog has gone missing, grab a leash, a favorite toy or blanket, and a few high-value treats. Familiar items and extra-tasty treats will help put your dog at ease and entice him over when you find him. It’s also helpful for one family member to remain home incase your dog returns on their own. Alert your neighbors, including local businesses and places that your dog may like to visit. Post on social media, specifically neighborhood or community pages. Altert PAWS of Coronado and local veterinary offices, along with your pets microchipping company.
TIPS FOR REUNITING WITH A LOST CAT
First conduct an in-depth search inside of your home. Cats are surprisingly flexible and can squeeze themselves into very small places. It’s helpful to keep a break-away collar with a bell on your cat to help locate them. If your cat is not found inside, conduct a search outside of your home; your yard and neighbors’ yards. Alert your neighbors, and post on social media, specifically neighborhood or community pages. Alter PAWS and local veterinary offices. Place your cats litter box and food bowl outside of your home. Your cat may recognize the scent and make its way home. If your cat is shy or scared, they will likely remain in hiding and come out at night to eat, drink, or use their litter box.
***PAWS of Coronado will hold a stray animal without identification for 72 hours after intake. At this time if the animal has not been claimed it becomes property of PAWS of Coronado and will be made available for adoption or exit to another animal welfare organization. ***