Who is Found Animals?

Found Animals is a 501(c)(3) private operating foundation led by business and medical experts committed to decreasing the use of euthanasia in shelters. We have several programs supporting this mission including: adoptions, spay neuter services, microchipping, and non-surgical sterilization research.

Support for Found Animals and its initiatives comes from the generous contributions of Dr. Gary Michelson and Alya Michelson.

For more information on Found Animals, please visit Found Animals or check out our video below.

What is the Found Animals Microchip Registry?

The Found Animals Microchip Registry is a free, non profit service for pet owners, shelters, rescues, and veterinarians. Pet owners and rescue groups can register any brand of microchip, add pets, and update information for free online. Additionally, the free Found Animals Microchip Registry allows shelters, clinics, veterinarians, and humane organizations to search for microchips and send automated Found Pet Alerts to pet owners 24/7.

Found Animals provides humane organizations and clinics with low-cost ISO 134.2kHz microchips and universal scanners. For more information, please contact us or complete an order inquiry.

Why is the Found Animals Microchip Registry different?

The Found Animals Microchip Registry is revolutionizing the way lost pets are reunited with their families through our automated Found Pet Alerts. A Found Pet Alert allows humane organizations to instantly contact the pet owner with information on how to pick up their lost pet. As soon as a Found Pet Alert is started, the Found Animals Microchip Registry will automatically contact the pet owner and any emergency contacts via phone, text, and email. The alerts will continue for up to four days or until the pet is reunited. The Found Animals Microchip Registry is dedicated to reuniting lost pets with their families.

Have more questions? Please feel free to contact Found Animals Microchip Registry.

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