If you have lost a amphibian - you may want to browse found pets by scrolling our map to the place where you have lost your pet and by clicking found pets' map markers. Or you may want to post lost amphibian classified ad by pressing button in the bottom right corner of the map:Browse found pets on a map or
Add lost pet classified ad
If you have found a amphibian - you may want to browse lost pets by scrolling our map to the place where you have found your pet and by clicking lost pets' map markers. Or you may want to post found amphibian classified ad by pressing button in the bottom right corner of the map:Browse lost pets on a map or
Add found pet classified ad
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What to do if you found an amphibian (a frog, a toad or a salamander).
How to return a found amphibian to its owner? Our advices will help you on this difficult matter!
In some cases, approaching and trying to catch an animal will not be the best idea. Just make sure that the pet is safe and try to remember any ads or flyers you saw about the similar missing amphibians. If you succeeded - immediately contact the amphibian owner and wait for his arrival, controlling movements of the amphibian found.
If it happened that you've taken the found animal from the street, the first thing you need to do is to inform as many people as you can about the found amphibian. Spreading information about this is easy by using online map-based pet search services, such as Petrieve. You may share a page of the found frog or salamander, created on Petrieve, in many popular social networks, such as Facebook, Twitter, VKontakte and others. Look for ads about similar missing amphibians and feel free to contact their owners. Stock up with flyers of the amphibian found to post and distribute them. To compose and print flyers about the found amphibian, you can also use our service. In addition to everything, it is also possible to use television and newspapers.
Sometimes it would be reasonable to report to local law enforcement offices, animal shelters or pounds, veterinary clinics, pet shops and other organisations of this kind. Here you will also need some flyers and posters to hand them out.
If you are looking for the owners of an amphibian - for your convenience use the map of missing pets. Find the place where you've found the amphibian, look at the markers on the map in the vicinity (click them to get more info) - maybe the owners are already looking for an amphibian that you have!
Below you may find a list of countries, in which found tropical toads or frogs or salamanders were registered on Petrieve: