COVID-19 update: Client advice on what to do during the Coronavirus crisis
What to do if you have lost your pet or found a stray
If you have lost your pet – or, found a stray – and would like to let, potentially, thousands of people know, visit Summerhill Vets Lost and Found Pets Newport Gwent Facebook page, to upload your request for help, or provide information.
Remember to keep safe on the internet: Upload a photo of the animal and/or information regarding its description, remembering to include where and when last seen, or found...BUT NEVER give out any of your personal details – other than a contact email address or mobile telephone number. Please do not upload images which include children.
Please telephone us if you need any further assistance.
Call us on: 01633 241114
We understand how distressing it is to lose a much-loved pet. If yours does go missing, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. We’ll not only be able to give you some helpful tips on what to do next, we’ll also take a full description of your pet and distribute it to all of our professional colleagues.
And for all the reasons for reporting a lost pet, here’s another... we may have already been notified of its whereabouts!
If you find a dog/cat that you think may be lost, the first people to contact are the RSPCA (After checking of course, that the animal doesn’t wear a collar with a contact number on it!).
If the animal appears to be injured or distressed in any way, ask the RSPCA for a LOG NUMBER, then telephone our surgery for advice.
Please note: Whilst we will happily and willingly give every caller advice and information, we CANNOT treat lost/found pets without an RSPCA LOG NUMBER.
Find us here:
Please call this number for emergencies:
Dr Doolittle’s Aberdare
Dr Doolittle’s Cardiff
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