Suffolk announces county's first Lost Pet Network

A new effort in Suffolk County is hoping to help pet owners find their four-legged friends if they go missing.

News 12 Staff

May 3, 2022, 9:50 PM

Updated 710 days ago

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A new effort in Suffolk County is hoping to help pet owners find their four-legged friends if they go missing.
Sherriff Errol Toulon Jr. announced the county's first Lost Pet Network on Tuesday.
It will provide owners with a printed pet identification card while adding them to a database to help quickly locate them if they get loose.
The efforts come during National Pet Month.
"We're going to work with all of our county and local partners to make sure that if a pet is lost, we can try and reunite them with their family members," Toulon Jr. says.
The Lost Pet Network will alert deputy sheriffs and local municipalities, as well as utilize a designated website in the case of a missing pet.


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