Lost or found a pet?

Please take a moment and fill out a lost pet report below.

We will contact you if a pet matching this description comes into the shelter.

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Pet Microchips

A photo of two pet microchips laying on the pad of a finger to show how small they are.Keep your pet’s microchip information up-to-date with your contact information to help your pet find their way home if they get lost.  If you adopted from Saving Grace, use this link to update your pet’s microchip information.  If your pet becomes lost, veterinarians and shelters can use a microchip scanner to find out how to contact you.

A microchip is a radio-frequency identification transponder that carries a unique identification number, and is roughly the size of a grain of rice. … The microchip is injected under the loose skin between your dog’s shoulder blades and can be done in your vet’s office. It’s no more invasive than a vaccination. A microchip is hands down the BEST way to ensure your pet will make it safely home if they are lost.​

A microchip is not a GPS. The animal must be scanned and the number looked up in order to find owner information. Owner information MUST be kept current!

You can look up any brand of microchip at petmicrochiplookup.org! If you have found a pet, please have it scanned for a microchip at your local vet or shelter.

Current Found Animals

These stray animals are currently at Saving Grace. Please call if you think one or more belong to you – (541) 672-3907.

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