Lost and Found

If you found an animal, be sure to have it scanned for a microchip.  Shelters and most vets will scan for free.


Send details of the animal you have lost or found in the Bulverde/San Antonio area to us at animalrescueconnections@gmail.com along with photos, if possible, and we will circulate the information to our "connections".


Please let us know the following to help us figure out the best course of action for the animal(s) in question.  Even if we do not have space, this will help us in assisting you find other alternatives. 


  • What kind of animal(s) is in need? 

  • How many animal(s) are there? 

  • What is the address of the location that the animal(s) were found?

  • Do the animal(s) seem friendly?  Healthy? Injured or sick? 

    • If friendly, were you able to take to a vet for free microchip scanning?

  • Do you have any idea of the possible age? 

  • Do you have a photo of the animal(s) that you can share? 

  • Have flyers been circulated? IF, so where? IF not, why not?

  • Are you able/willing to take the animal(s) into your home until a solution can be found? 

  • Would you be able/willing to give a donation toward the care of the animal(s)? 

If you found a litter of kittens, please review our FAQ page for additional information.


1. Go to the links below to view helpful suggestions, phone numbers and places to help you find your lost or found pet. 


2. Post on the following local sites.

3. Please file a lost or found pet report.

  • HelpingLostPets will make a downloadable flyer for you, which Lost Dogs of Texas will post and send a copy to you for printing: http://www.HelpingLostPets.com/TexasDogs

  • Man and Beast (210-590-7387) Call and register the lost/found animal.


4. Use any of these templates to create a flyer for your missing pet.


5. You may also check out the following websites which helps get the word out.


6. To become one of our "connections," send a request to animalrescueconnections@gmail.com and have yourself, your Homeowners' Association, neighborhood group, vet clinic, or animal control included in the email distribution.


7. This list of shelters in the central Texas area may be helpful.

8. If you cannot locate the animal's home and cannot keep the pet, consider our Foster Your Own Rescue  Program.


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