Many of the same health problems that affect us, including hearing loss, also affect our pets. Fortunately, most pets adapt very well to the disability with a little help from their owners.View Article
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Did someone decide to go on a walkabout and not come home? Email us a photo of your pet, description of pet (age, sex, spayed or neutered, color, distinguishing marks, collar color, microchip number, where pet was lost or last seen) and we will post it. Please get in touch with us if your pet returns to you so we can clear out any clutter and keep currently missing pets more visible, otherwise missing pets will be listed for 2 weeks. We also advise letting the Moab City Animal Shelter know that your pet is missing: 435-259-0199
We also invite you to try out the FREE app Finding Rover (visit http://www.findingrover.com/ to learn more). There aren't very many people in Moab on it yet, but we do have a few of our clinic staff that use it. Once on the app, you can report your own pet as missing or report a pet that you have found. Finding Rover uses facial recognition technology to match photographs of lost pets to found pets and will be able to get the parties involved in contact with each other.