a flyer, that will be posted in our front lobby, with a photo, contact information and as much descriptive information as possible.
Animals are lost every day in San Antonio.
In one moment, a small hole in the fence, a gate left open, or even a thief can cause a family to lose their beloved pet. Here are a couple ways to hopefully recover your four-legged loved one.
First and most importantly, microchipping your pet can greatly increase their chances of being returned to you. Be sure to microchip your animal and make sure you follow the proper procedures necessary. The Humane Society offers microchip implantation and registration for only $25.
Second, putting up signs and flyers is a good way for people to be on the lookout and recognize your pet, should it wander past them. The Humane Society has a large bulletin board in the front lobby specifically for lost and found postings. Please e-mail your flyer to
or bring it to the front desk, and a Humane Society staff member will happily place it on the board for you, as well as reserve a copy in the Lost & Found records kept at the front desk. If you do not have flyers, bring in a picture of your pet and fill out a lost pet form, which you can download and print here.
To reclaim your animal from the Humane Society, there is a $50 reclaim fee and a fee of $10 per day for boarding. Please call (210) 226-7461 for more information.
Please contact Animal Care Services (ACS) in case your animal has been picked up or dropped off at their facility.
Animal Care Services
Address: 4710 Hwy 151
Phone Number: (210) 207-6650
or call 311
Directions to ACS from the Humane Society
1. Take a left out of the parking lost at the light
2. Get on to 410 West & take exit 9, 151/Sea World
3. Take a left at the light
4. Take the Callaghan/Old Hwy 90 exit
5. Stay on the access road of 151
6. ACS is located on the right hand side after the Old Hwy 90 & 151
More ideas to find your lost pet!
To file a lost & found report:
Please call Man & Beast at (210) 590-7387, (hours 9am-2pm M-W & F).
To post a report online:
You can visit the following sites and here are more places to look.