One free lost or found pet listing broadcast to multiple social networking and third party websites means your ad will be seen by a large, caring and involved community of Irish animal lovers both in your local area and countrywide.
Whether you have lost or found a dog, cat, rabbit, rodent, fish, amphibian, reptile, bird or other pet, exotic or otherwise, our mission remains simple. We aim to make reuniting lost pets with their owners in Ireland as quick and easy as possible. Learn about what happens when a pet ad is posted here.
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Even if you haven't lost or found a pet, you can still get involved. Just a few clicks from you can make a big difference to a pet's chances of being reunited.
Download our poster in handy Adobe® PDF format, print it out and ask your vet, local butcher, hairdresser or shop to add it to their noticeboard.
Each red and green icon on the map above represents a lost or found pet listing, the red icons denoting 'Lost' pet ads and the green indicating 'Found' ones.
Clicking on the icons brings up information on that particular lost or found listing along with a link to the full listing page. You can filter the map for lost listings only or found listings only by using the links beneath the map.
If you prefer desktop maps and use Google Earth you can keep up to date with the latest lost and found pet listings by downloading any of the KML files below and moving them to the 'My Places' folder in Google Earth.
All Lost & Found Listings
Found Listings Only
Lost Listings Only
For more information on our geotagged listings, please see this blog post.