I Lost A Pet
If you live in Harrison County, HSSM is a great place to begin looking for your lost pet. HSSM works with the Animal Control Agencies from all Harrison County jurisdications. HSSM accepts stray animals from these jurisdictions–so if you think your pet may have ended up in one of these areas, make sure you check here frequently for your pet. It is important to note that Mississippi law states that an animal be held for 5 days and then it can be adopted out. Please make sure that you check at least every couple of days for your pet! Click here for HSSM’s online Lost Pets Listing to find descriptions and pictures of all the pets recently brought to HSSM as strays. HSSM is the largest animal welfare organization in the state of Mississippi and is a great place to start looking for your lost pet.
Finding Rover using facial recognition technology to identify lost and found dogs in real time from a smartphone or computer. The app and website features a lost and found dog notification system that sends a push notification and social-feed photo-alert to users within a 10 mile radius. When a user spots a lost dog, he/she can take a photo either within the app, or upload a photo from a device’s photo album. When a dog has been found and identified through Finding Rover’s facial recognition software, the finder will receive information on how to notify the owner.
- Simple to register – Registration is easy through Facebook and email. All you need is a picture of your dog and a zip code.
- Easy to use – Anyone with a mobile device can take a photo of a lost dog, which will be instantly posted on Finding Rover.
- Technologically advanced – Finding Rover has the only technology that instantly recognizes a dog on the spot.
- Social – Finding Rover unites dog owners based on common interests and provides a forum for users to read up on the latest dog news, share content and interact.
- FREE – Finding Rover is free to download and use.