Search for Your Lost Pet Using Our Interactive Search Tool
Prior to visiting our Interactive Mapping Tool, there are several things that you must know to get the most out of your search experience:
- To search for your pet, click on the magnifying glass in the upper right side of your screen. You will have several search options:
- Type in the address or major intersection of where your pet was last seen
- Use GPS to find your current location on the map and search from there
- Type the name of the property owner for the address where your pet was last seen
- Click on any circle Ο (represents dogs) or triangle Δ (represents cats) and a smaller window will appear with the following information:
- Type of animal (dog/cat)
- Date it was found by field officers, or brought to the shelter by a citizen (intake date)
- Primary and Secondary Breeds
- Address or cross streets where the animal was found
- If available, there will be a photo of the animal
- If this is your animal, please call (602) 506‑7387 and let MCACC staff know you are calling about your lost pet. There is an Animal ID number at the top of the small window; you will need to give MCACC staff that number (the number will begin with "A").
- MCACC staff will direct you to the shelter location where your animal is being housed (2500 S. 27th Ave, Phoenix OR 2630 W. Rio Salado Pkwy, Mesa)
You are now leaving the Maricopa County Animal Care & Control site to submit your donation through our contracted vendor. If you do not wish to submit your donation through our contracted vendor you must visit one of our facilities in person. Click Ok to proceed or Cancel to return to our site.
In continued efforts to comply with new and stricter security regulations regarding electronic transactions, upgrades have been made to the applications processing credit card transactions. Effective August 7, 2016, these upgrades will take effect. These changes may affect our users with older computers or browsers. For a list of requirements, please view our list of supported browsers and operating systems.