Eastern Oklahoma is a beautiful and rugged area of
the state. Small communities dot the map amongst
farmland and undisturbed wildlife preserves with their
foothill mountains, towering pines, and forests of oak
and cedar. Lakes, rivers and streams cut through the
wilderness to join the Arkansas River adding to the
Through this site, I hope to
provide a central directory where lost and found family
pets can be located and returned inspite of this
diversity. Links with local newspapers, police
departments, state recreational agencies, veterinarians
and anyone else I can think of, will be kept here along
with the decriptions of currently lost and found pets,
Every effort will be made to reunite a lost pet with
- Beagle. Female. 8 months old. Lost at"Sunset
Corner"at Jct of 9-59 Hwy.
- Blk lab and two yellow lab puppies, all under 3
months old, possibly traveling together, or with above
mentioned Beagle. Lost at "Sunset Corner" at Jct of 9-59
Hwy. All wearing collars.
- Female Pitbull. 4 months old. Blk & white, with blk
patches over eyes. Blk tail with white tip. No collar.
Call name "Trinity" Lost Ft Smith, North "B"area. Large
- Found, Australian Shepherd. Ft smith area.
- Found, small white dog, around 5th Street, Ft.
- Found, Beagle on Shiloh Rd. Ft. Smith.
- Found, medium sized black male dog, vicinity of No.
48th and Grand. Ft. Smith.
- Lost, medium sized female black dog. Sixth and
Sylvan Hills. Ft. Smith.
- Lost, Basset Hounds. Female about 30# and male
about 80#. Savannah area. Ft Smith
- 7 month old Black Lab female. Wearing teal collar
with tag. Near Saddleback Ranch, exit 330 and I-40
- English Bulldog. Brindle /white. Male. Approx 70#.
Lost in Keystone Recreational Area, Tulsa. On
- Found, Bob-tailed cat. Gray and white. 3-4 months
old. Red Hill Road, Alma.
- Found, Yorkie on Old Greenwood Road. Ft. Smith.
- Wanted: White kitten either gender. Contact me for
- Maltese, found running loose on Nubbin Ridge.
Contact me for details.
- Lost or Stolen:Pomeranian male just groomed with
short hair. Call name "Peanut". Red collar. No tags.
"Flips" when name called.Stoney Point area. Contact me
- Fort Smith City Pound 452-2757
TIPS FOR FINDING YOUR
- Initially walk and drive the area, calling pets
- Have someone stay at home, in case your critter
finds its own way back.
- Inform neighbors, police department and animal
shelters in the area. Keep checking!
- Give a good description and include name, color,
gender, special markings or scars, or unususal traits.
- Inform your veterinarian. Next to you, he knows
your critter best. Also notify other area vets.
- Call your local radio station. Some will announce
lost critters over the air.
- Put up flyers in grocery and convenience stores, on
light poles, in pet shops, feed stores...any animal
oriented business or any place people frequently shop.
- Include a picture on your flyer. Give a day and
night phone number, and include pets call name.
- Run an ad in the local newspaper and weekly ad
publications. Offer a reward.
- DONT GIVE UP. DON'T FORGET I'M LOOKING TOO.
Between us, we'll have the whole county on the lookout!
- Additions to this list are always appreciated, so
You never can tell where that doggone dog will pop
up, or that crazy cat will reappear.
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