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Lost Pet Resources
To find your lost pet, first call Broomfield Animal Services at 303.464.5557.

Get the Word Out!

Animal Shelters
Contact shelters in the area. Go to the shelters to actually look at the stray animals. Your pet may be taken to a number of different animal shelters depending on where the pet is found. Below is a list of cities surrounding Broomfield and the shelters they utilize. 
 Broomfield, Superior, Lafayette, Louisville, Erie  Humane Society of Boulder Valley
 Northglenn, Thornton  Adams County Animal Shelter
 Westminster  Foothills Animal Shelter
 
Internet
Lost and found pets are often listed on various websites such as CraigslistPetfinder, etc. Also, let your friends and family know your pet is lost using email and social networks.

Talk to Your Neighbors
Ask your neighbors if they have seen your pet, even for a second. You should also ask them to keep an eye out and check basements, garages, and sheds. Children in the neighborhood are much more likely to notice an animal, so be sure to ask them, too.

Try a Humane Trap
Occasionally, your pet may become so scared that he cannot be lured back to you. In this situation, please call Broomfield Animal Services at 303.438.6400 to request information about humane trapping.

Don’t Give Up
Sometimes it can take months to find a lost pet. Use all these methods every day, and don’t give up.

Other Resources 
Missing Pet Partnership – This non-profit organization has comprehensive information on finding lost pets and lost pet behavior. They also provide tracking services to help find a lost pet.
Humane Society of the United States