Metro Animal Services/ASPCA Lost and Found Coordinator can help you and your pet reunite! WatchThings to Know about Lost & Found PetsNote: All Lost & Found animals are received at our 3705 Manslick Road location. The best way to be sure you are reunited with your pet is if it wears its current tags at all times. If you do lose your pet and it comes into Metro Animal Services care, having the proper tags makes a reunion much more probable.
If your pet is brought to our shelter at 3705 Manslick Road, it will be held as a stray for 5 days. The five period begins the day your pet arrives. It is very important that you check our facility as often as possible. A minimum of every two days is recommended. It is very difficult to help you identify your pet over the phone. Our shelter houses hundreds of animals on a daily basis. If we make a mistake identifying your pet, it could cost it its life.
We hope that your pet is worth the trip to our facility. After the stray time is expired your pet may be adopted into a new home.Tags are Your Animal's Ticket HomeAn animal wearing its license tag can return home much faster and easier than one without a tag. Anyone finding an animal can call our dispatch number at (502) 363-6609 with the license tag number and recieve the owner's name, address and phone number.
Fees for Redeeming Your PetPlease be advised that in accordance with Ordinance No. 290, Series 2007, all unlicensed, unaltered dogs, cats, puppies, kittens and ferrets must be spayed or neutered, microchipped, current on all vaccinations, and licensed before being redeemed by their owner. Please note that fees may vary upon actual redemption. Redemption and Boarding Fees* Licensed altered domestic pets: $15 redemption fee plus $10 per day boarding fee (for the first offense) Unlicensed altered domestic pets: $30 redemption fee plus $10.
00 per day boarding fee Licensed unaltered domestic pets: $15 redemption fee plus $10.00 per day boarding fee Unlicensed unaltered domestic pets: $30 redemption fee plus $10.00 per day boarding fee Quarantine altered domestic pets: $40 redemption fee plus $15.00 per day boarding fee Quarantine unaltered domestic pets: $40 redemption fee plus $15.00 per day boarding fee Quarantine Dangerous or Potentially Dangerous dog: $100 redemption fee plus $25.
00 per day boarding fee, plus $25 Dangerous dog impoundment fee Livestock, large animals: $50 redemption fee plus $15 per day boardin fee Livestock, small animals: $10 redemption fee plus $5 per day boarding fee Microchip: $25 *Incurred surgical, medical, diagnosis and veterinary treatment expenses must be added to the redemption and boarding fees as determined by Metro Animal Services. Surgical, Medical and Veterinary Treatment Fees* DHPP/FVRCP vaccine: $20 each Rabies vaccine (1 year): $8 Bordetella (kennel cough) vaccine: $10 Parasite examination and/or treatment: $15 (may be a voucher) Other medical and surgical treatment and/or diagnosis: Varies Licensing Fees* Altered domestic pet license: $10 (or $27/3 yrs.
, only when matched to a triennial rabies vaccination) Altered Senior Citizen: $5.00 Potentially Dangerous Dog license: $275 Dangerous Dog license: $500 *All unlicensed animals are subject to a flat $15 late fee plus an 11 cent per month late fee for up to 24 months. Violation Notice Fees* First Violation notice: $30 Second Violation notice: $60 Third Violation Notice: $120 Fourth and subsequent Violation Notice: $250 Viewing HoursLost & Found Viewing Hours at our 3705 Manslick Road location are: Monday through Friday - noon to 6 p.
m. Saturday - 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday - Closed Don't forget to check the Kentucky Humane Society'sLost and Found page (our ASPCA partner).See Also: Animal Shelter Statesville Nc
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Resources to Help Reunite Lost or Found PetsThere are two animal shelters in Louisville that receive stray pets: Louisville Metro Animal Services’ (LMAS) intake facility at 3705 Manslick Road, and the Kentucky Humane Society (KHS) at 241 Steedly Drive. LMAS is an municipal shelter, which means they are required by city ordinance to accept strays. KHS is a private nonprofit shelter and accepts strays by appointment as space allows.
Per city ordinance, both agencies keep stray pets for five days to allow their owners time to find them. After that time, the pets can be made available for adoption. If you have lost your pet, please check current stray listings at both LMAS and KHS, plus the Courier-Journal, Craigs List, and Facebook lost and found pages. In addition to checking online sources, we strongly recommend that you visit LMAS and KHS in person.
It is very important that you check with both facilities as often as possible. A minimum of every two days is recommended. It is very difficult to help you identify your pet over the phone. Report a Lost or Found Pet Louisville Metro Animal Services is the government agency responsible for picking up stray pets in Louisville Metro. To report a lost or found pet or to search for pets at LMAS, please visit their website: LMAS Lost and Found License Tags and Micro-chipping Are Your Pet's Ticket Home An animal wearing its license tag and/or micro-chip can return home much faster and easier than one without a tag.
Anyone finding an animal can call Louisville Metro Animal Services' dispatch number at 502-363-6609 with the license tag number and receive the owner's name, address and phone number. Veterinarians and shelters can also scan the pet for a micro-chip to discover the owner's contact information. What Else Can I Do? In addition to registering your lost pet with LMAS and checking with both LMAS and KHS, please also consider: Posting a flier, with your pet's photograph, in your neighborhood Posting your pet's photo and information on your facebook, twitter and other social media pages Placing an ad in your local newspaper Many animals are reunited with their owners thanks to Facebook and other online resources.
We recommend you add your lost or found listing to: Louisville Lost & Found Pets Network of FacebookLouisville Lost & Found Pets Advocates on FacebookKentuckiana Lost & Found Pet Network on FacebookLost Pets Kentuckiana on FacebookCraigs List - LouisvilleCourier-Journal classifiedsLouisville Lost & Foundlostpetskentuckiana.org