For people in the Gold Coast area, Lost and Found Pets

Our aim of the Gold Coast Lost and Found Pets facebook page is to reunite lost and found pets with their rightful owners ASAP.

We do not discriminate on the type of pet we will assist in finding their way back home.

We are simply do this service out of the goodness of our hearts.

The following is what is also available at anytime 24/7 on the ABOUT tab at Gold Coast Lost and Found Pets facebook page.


How to find your LOST pet!

Tips you MUST know for finding your pet in Queensland from RSPCA (click here)

It’s also very worthwhile investing in the RSPCA Pet Detect service:

Lost Pets Support Group for Pet Parents –>
Offering practical support and personal guidance for those who have lost a pet.

When your Pet first goes missing, please do the following.

  • Post your LOST pet notice including photo and detailed information on our wall. Even better if you can create a video, upload it to Youtube and share on our wall <3 Please include if your pet is wearing a collar (describe the collar), microchipped (or not), desexed or intact and any distinguishing personality features or markings.
  • Make sure their Registration and Microchip information is up to date – All cats and dogs on the Gold Coast must be registered ! It’s VERY important to ensure the microchip details are up2date. If no microchip, I would strongly advise that you put this at the top of your TO DO list when the pet is returned to you.
  • Notify ALL Vets in your surrounding area, call the Gold Coast Pound (Phone: 07 5581 7600), RSPCA, Animal Welfare League of Queensland and the GCCC Waste Management (Phone:07 55816799)
  • Try to VISIT IN PERSON with a recent photograph of your missing pet all the local vets and The Pound if possible. A busy vet clinic may not realise they have your cat whereas The Pound has been known to make mistakes in their description of found pets.
  • If you have a missing cat, check high and low and everywhere in between. Cats can get themselves into some seriously high and/or tight spots. Bang on car bonnets in case the cat is napping in the warm engine (naturally seek permission first if possible).
  • Notify the Animal Emergency Service (104 Eastlake Street, Carrara) Ph: 07 5559 1599, Animal Emergency Centre (Unit 4, 492 Scottsdale Drive, Varsity Lakes) Ph: 07 5593 4544 and GCARE (Unit 4, 75 Casua Drive, Varsity Lakes) Ph: 07 5593 4544 … These Vets operate 6:00pm – 8:00am Monday – Thursday; 24 hours Friday, Saturday and Sunday including all Public Holidays
  • Place large Posters up around the area, with a photo and description of your pet and contact details. Please ensure any photos you use in your posters are clear/high quality photos so as people can easily identify your lost pet (the same applies for posting photos online). If you want to offer a reward put “REWARD OFFERED” and do not disclose the amount at any time !

FREE COLOUR LOST PET FLYERS by Snap Printing available ( CLICK HERE )

  • Ask neighbours to check in and around their yard (and on their roof as some cats have be known to become ‘stuck’ on a roof)
  • Walk around your neighbourhood, looking and asking if anyone has seen your pet (it’s advised that you be holding up your lost pet flyer so people will know you are not a salesperson thus will be more receptive)
  • Place Lost ads in the local and national news papers in your area (if you have the budget), also place online ads with all the Lost and Found sites in your area

It’s also very worthwhile investing in the RSPCA Pet Detect service:

  • If your pet is NOT microchipped, please check all the local shelters and rescues as your pet (if it has passed a temperament test) may possibly be out on foster until a new home can be found for it. This is a vitally important reason to make sure you microchip your pets because shelters/rescues will only re-home if there is no microchip and/or the details are out-of-date (especially phone numbers are disconnected).
  • Contact 4CRB 89.3FM (the only local radio station that still does lost/found pet notices) | Phone: 07 5520 8888 Email: — Unfortunately none of the major local radio stations are prepared to air lost/found pet notices.

Lost Pets Support Group for Pet Parents –>
Offering practical support and personal guidance for those who have lost a pet.


REMEMBER >> NEVER give up looking for your pet, they want you to find them ! 🙂

NO MICROCHIP ? MICROCHIP NOT WORKING ? Contact Gold Coast Mobile Microchipping …. to make a booking send an email to or call them 0425265165

All Domestic Animals should be taken to the nearest Vet or the Gold Coast Pound (which is located in Coombabah next door to the Animal Welfare League) or call the Animal Ambulance 0400 484 484 if you cannot transport the pet.

If you have found a injured animal, PLEASE seek medical help, DO NOT JUST LEAVE IT !!! Call Animal Ambulance 0400 484 484 IMMEDIATELY !!

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  1. Much loved & missing, she may be with her playmate a green grass parrot, both missing since 20/3/14

  2. susan gray says:

    Found small white maltise/shiatsu female dog,no collar no id found on Billaburra drive nerang on the 31/5/2015 at approximately 1:15pm. As she had no id I had to take her to the coombabah awl.

  3. Carmel Thomas says:

    Missing from molendinar 4214 2 dogs (1) staffy/bully x name Bob
    (2)foxy x name Bear both dogs are white with brown markings and are both 11 years old if any sightings please call 0405558330 both dogs friendly but probably scared

  4. Hi Carmel – please note that for best results I highly recommend posting something at !

  5. I have found a green parrot in the Broadbeach area on 20/1/2016. Very tame and gentle with a friendly nature. It has a ring on it’s leg. Phone me on 0407651266.

  6. Hi Lorraine — please note that for best results I highly recommend posting something at

  7. Lost in Mt. Nathan area. Female German Shepherd black/tan.

  8. Lost White Maltese dog 10 years old (Snooks), Terranora area went missing Tuesday night 09/05/17 Please contact me 0408056241

  9. Julie – please go to to post your notice and receive further support.

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