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Lost and Found

Lost A Pet?

If you haven't already, check our Facebook Page where we post all pets that have been brought to the Corinne T. Smith Animal Center.  Although animals are posted shortly after they are brought in, do not rely entirely on the Facebook page. 

If you have a photo of your pet, you can upload it by clicking on the link below, which will take you to Finding Rover, a facial recognition site that will search photos of the animals at the Corinne T. Smith Animal Center.

​Additional Steps you can take

  • Post on NextDoor App

  • Post your lost pets on the following Facebook pages:

  1. Brown County (TEXAS) MISSING and FOUND Pets Only | Facebook; 

  2. Brownwood Pets! | Facebook

  3. (1) Lost Dogs of Texas | Facebook

  1. Create lost pet alerts which are shared to Facebook and sent to local shelters by email, notifying them of your lost pet or an animal you found.  You can also create flyers to post.

Found a Pet?

FOUND PETS:

  • Bring by the shelter or a vet clinic to have scanned for a microchip during regular business hours.

  • Post the found pet on the following Facebook pages:

  1. Brown County (TEXAS) MISSING and FOUND Pets Only | Facebook; 

  2. Brownwood Pets! | Facebook

  3. (1) Lost Dogs of Texas | Facebook

Don't give up!  Search early and search often.  Animals that are lost and still loose may still be close to home.

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