Lost and Found Pets
One out of every three pets will become lost in his or her lifetime according to the ASPCA. Thankfully, however, 85% of vigilant owners who actively search for their lost pets do eventually find them. Both finders and missing pet owners can take important steps to increase the likelihood of pet reunification if they act immediately when they find a pet or notice theirs is missing.
Please see the steps below for suggestions on how the ARL can help and what to do if you find a pet or lose your own.
If you have lost or found a pet, please click on the button to report the pet to the ARL. Thank you!
These pets were recently brought to the ARL:
If you think one of them may be your lost pet, please contact us immediately at 610-373-8830 or come into the shelter to identify your pet. You will want to bring proof of ownership (photos, veterinarian records, etc.) to reclaim your pet. All pets are held for a minimum of 48 hours before they are released to the shelter for adoption. Please also check all of the animals available on our adoption page in case your pet has already been released and cleared for adoption.
Just a kind reminder: The pets who are listed below are not available for adoption at this time.