Welcome to Petfinders. We are currently the largest database of registered pets all over South Africa. Our vision is to reunite lost pets with their owners within the shortest time possible. By registering your pet with us while it is still SAFE at home you are giving your little fur kid the best possible chance of being reunited with you in the unfortunate even of them ever getting lost. It is better to be proactive in protecting your pet rather than regretting not doing everything in your power to keep them safe. You can add a SAFE, LOST or FOUND pet or search our database for lost or found pets
Should you list a lost or found dog, a whole myriad of things spring into action.
1. A notification email is immediately sent to all the main Shelters, Vets, Police Stations, and Neighbourhood Watches who are part of our network.
2. You are sent an email with contact information for all the main Shelters and Vets so that you can personally contact them to find out whether they might have found your pet or in the case of finding a pet so that you can find out whether the pet had been reported as missing by someone.
3. You are provided with step by step information on how to go about either searching for your pet or how to search for a found pet’s family.
4. Should a pet matching your lost or found pet be listed on Petfinders you will be sent an email with details of the pet so that you can verify whether it might be yours.
5. A notification email is sent out to our growing database Pet Watch Networkers in your immediate area who will be on the lookout for a pet matching your lost pet, or in the case of a found pet, they will be on the lookout for anyone listing a pet as missing.
6. The site will automatically post your lost/found dog’s details to our Petfinders page on Facebook.
Be a pro-active pet owner and register your SAFE pet today. Registering your pet with us is the very first step in enabling this protection. You can also list or search for lost and found pets in our database.
Please click on a link below to add your pet or search our lost and found pets databases: