Lost Pet


  1. Notify your local council
  2. Lodge a Lost Pet Report (below) that will be published on our website - This is used the help the AWL identify and match lost and found pets
  3. Contact your local/family and after hours vet, and visit animal shelters:  AWL 8348 1300 and the RSPCA 1300 477 722
  4. Visit the Lost Pets of South Australia Facebook Page
  5. Post a photo, description, location and details on social media including lost pet pages
  6. Print off ‘Lost’ flyers of your pet, add your contact details and place around your local area including shopping centres - You can do this from you Lost Pet listing
  7. Check in with your neighbours, local schools, shopping centres and other nearby locations
  8. Make sure if your pet is microchipped that the details are up-to-date

If someone makes contact with you that they have found your pet please request a current photo before proceeding further.

You can also view other lost pets on our LOST PET NOTICEBOARD

Complete a Lost Pet Report

This report will be automatically deleted within 30 days of your submission. If your pet is still missing after this timeframe, please create and submit a new Lost Pet Report.

General Details

Check this box if the pet has been microchipped.
Check this box if the pet has a microchip tattoo.

Check this box if the pet has been desexed.
Check this box if the pet has a desexed tattoo.


Files must be less than 20 MB.
Allowed file types: jpg jpeg.


Check this box if the pet has a council registration tag.

Enter the last known location of your pet.
When was the last time you saw your pet?

Provide any distinguishing features which may help people identify your pet.

Owner Details

Provide your best contact details so that people can get in touch with you about your lost pet.

Postal Address


We need to verify you are in fact human before creating your lost pet report.

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