Found Dogs - Michigan Humane Society

Found Dogs

Thank you for visiting the Found Dogs page. Below is a listing of dogs who have been found.  Now the people who found them need your help to get them home to their guardians. If you have lost a dog, there's a chance that the person who found him/her has posted contact information here.

Please note that Michigan Humane Society does not have information about these dogs.  This site is only offered as a tool for our constituents who need help in finding their lost pets.

Posting Tips: Include the location the animal was lost or found near in the title.  Use cities and cross streets for best results.  Give a good description of the animal including breed, color, and size in the optional short summary.  Finally, remember to include your contact information, such as a phone number or email address in the body of the posting.

All postings must be approved before being published. Please allow up to 24 hours for your story to be visible on our website.

Postings will be automatically unpublished after 28 days; ad posters will need to re-post their ad if necessary.  Please help us manage this site by contacting us if you have reunited a lost or found pet.

Warning! Sometimes unfriendly citizens use these types of websites to prey on people.  Michigan Humane Society urges you to use caution if you are contacted by someone claiming to have found your pet and asks you for a reward in exchange for the animal. This is a common con and should be reported to your local law enforcement.

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Black Female Puppy with White belly

April 25, 2017

941-973 Bloomfield Village Blvd 941-973 Bloomfield Village Blvd, Auburn Hills, MI 48326

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April 23, 2017

Chihuahua mix, 20 pounds, collar no tag. Must provide proof of ownership.

Found Dog

April 18, 2017

Found Dog

Dog Found at GreenvilleAirport

April 1, 2017

Light brown and white female dog with black collar. Very friendly.

Found male lab mix

March 30, 2017

Found on King between Woodward and John R. Has collar but no tags, no microchip.

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