Dallas Animal Services

Lost and Found


Losing your pet can be a sad, frightening, and even traumatic experience. Dallas Animal Services understands this and wants to assist citizens with finding their animals.

Lost and Found reports can be filed with our Lost and Found team:

  • In person at 1818 N. Westmoreland Rd.
  • By phone Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. (214) 670-9501 or (214) 671-1597
  • By email evenings and weekends, daslost@dallascityhall.com

There are several ways you can search for your pet:

Come to the shelter: *The Best Method* Come to DAS and look for your pet. We receive hundreds of animals every week. You know your pet best – and he/she knows you best too! You can even post a “Lost” poster in our lobby. Hours to look for your pet are Monday-Friday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Even if the pet remotely sounds like yours, come to the shelter to see if it’s here. What you may call a Boston Terrier mix may look like a French Bulldog mix to us.

Dallas City Code Section 7-2.6, details fees for redeeming your pet

Look online: Go to PetHarbor.com. Enter your zip code, then check the shelters you want to search. Follow the directions to search for your pet.

Ask around: Ask your neighbors, postal delivery workers, and anyone who regularly goes through your neighborhood.

Post an announcement: Use social media such as Facebook Twitter and Nextdoor. Place an ad in your local paper or ask your vet, businesses or schools for their permission to post signs, etc.

If you find your animal at Dallas Animal Services:
You will need to redeem your pet. There are fees associated with daily boarding, impoundment, vaccination (if you don’t have proof of current rabies vaccination), etc. Please talk to a representative at the Lost and Found desk to discuss the fees.

Microchips save lives! DAS offers microchipping for just $15 during regular business hours. No appointment necessary.

For more information:

Lost Pets Dallas

Missing Pet Partnership

Helping Lost Pets