Have You Lost a Pet?
Have You Found a Pet?
Do You Have a Pet for Adoption?
If you are in the West Milford Township, Greenwood Lake, Warwick or Ringwood area and you have lost or found a pet, email us with a description of the pet, date and area lost or found, and a photo if available.
Do you have a pet that needs a good home and that you wish to have adopted?
Email us a photo and description and we will post this information here. Include your name, email address, and phone number. Please indicate what contact info you would like displayed.
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A Microchip may be the most important gift you ever give your pet.
Micro-chipping provides the peace of mind that you've given your pet the permanent, lifetime ID it needs for the best chance to come home.
Here's what you should know about microchips. They:
- Do not hurt your pet -- no more discomfort than a vaccination.
- Do not require surgery -- a simple, one-time insertion with a syringe.
- Do not move out of place -- design keeps the microchip from moving.
Losing a pet may be easier than you realize.
- Your pet digs under a fence or bolts through an invisible fence and escapes.
- Thunderstorms of fireworks cause your pet to panic and flee.
- While traveling, your pet wanders away into unfamiliar territory.
- An emergency occurs and your pet gets lost in the turmoil.
- A handyman accidentally lets your pet out.
- Someone steals your pet while unattended.
A microchip is more reliable than a collar and a tag because there is no chance it will fall off. The microchip is a permanent ID that links your pet to you.
Here is how it works:
- After the microchip is inserted, you simply enroll your pets ID code along with your contact information. Enrolling is what makes it possible for your pet to be positively identified.
- If your pet is taken to an animal shelter or clinic, the staff will scan the microchip to read its unique ID code.
- The staff will then call the appropriate registry with your pets identified ID code.
- As soon as your contact information is retrieved, you will be contacted and arrangements will be made to reunite you with your pet.
Local Animal Shelters
We are very fortunate to have several animal shelters in our area. We suggest that you contact our shelters for issues relating lost or found animals or if you wish to open your home to a four legged friend.
West Milford Animal Shelter Society
Lycosky Drive West Milford, NJ
Warwick Valley Humane Society, Inc.
WVHS also serves as the local Animal Control Officer for
Greenwood Lake, Pine Island, Chester, Warwick, and Florida.
PO Box 61 48 Public Works Drive Warwick, NY 10990
Bloomingdale Animal Shelter Society
23 Brandt Lane Bloomingdale, NJ 07403
Ramapo Bergen Animal Refuge
2 Shelter Lane Oakland, NJ
P.O. Box 132 Park Ridge, NJ 07656
Halfway Hounds mission is to give homeless dogs a new leash on life by offering them the obedience training, behavior modification and emotional rehabilitation they need to become adoptable pets.
Tri-Boro Animal Welfare
P.O. Box 171 Butler, N. J. 07405
Delores Grabowski 781 Ringwood Ave, Ringwood, NJ
In addition, you may wish to call your local Animal Control Officer.
West Milford Animal Control Officer
Beverly Lujbli 973-728-2849
Bloomingdale Animal Control
Serving Bloomingdale, Butler, Riverdale, Wanaque, Pomton Lakes, Ringwood, KInnelon, and North Caldwell.
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