Join MHS and a team of 247 TTE Micro Volunteers. Help get your neighbor's lost pet back —1 minute sign-up. See the distribution of volunteers throughout service area towns below.
is an online public database, serving the Monadnock region, developed specifically for reuniting wayfaring pets with their owners. It focuses on a small geographic area where people who lose pets are not far from those who will find them.
Use a smartphone, tablet, or desktop computer to report your lost pet (or another's stray), and get the word out to the entire MHS service area in 3-4 minutes, 24/7 (including photo). The more public awareness, the more eyes on the lookout, the more pets reunited!
It can be confusing, so here is what we mean: If you want to post a pet (that you own) as missing, then you should go to Post a missing pet. If you want to post a cat or dog that has been hanging around your house, then go to Post a stray pet.
There is no specific time period that you need wait, when you first think that your pet might be missing, before you make a post on POST a Missing Pet. But a good rule of thumb is: Your pet has been away for a time that is longer than usual, you're getting worried. After you have searched the area around your property and checked with your neighbors, relax for a couple of hours then make another complete check around your property. If you are then feeling uneasy about the situation, make a post.
If you find your pet after posting it as "Missing", please go here so we can keep our records up to date. You will need your Missing Pet ID number (from your post) to do this.
Sometimes it is hard to say if the unfamiliar cat or dog in your back yard is a stray pet or one that a neighbor recently aquired. Before posting it to Stray Pets, ask your neighbors about it.
If you begin to suspect it is a stray, check the VIEW Missing Pets to see if it has been posted. If not, wait a day then check again. If it seems hungry, uncared for or injured, you should POST a Stray Pet right away. Keep checking View Missing Pets every so often to see if the owner has posted. If you feel the animal needs immediate attention or has been around for too long, call the MHS (603) 352-9011 ext. 101.
TTE and MHS are not alone in this initiative. They are working with police and animal officials in the towns MHS serves in a unified effort to help lost pets find their way home.
You can post a missing or stray pet, or be a TTE Micro Volunteer if you live in any of these towns:
|1 Acworth||6 Alstead||2 Antrim||1 Ashuelot|
|1 Bennington||0 Charlestown||2 Chesterfield||0 Claremont|
|0 Drewsville||3 Dublin||4 Fitzwilliam||0 Francestown|
|4 Gilsum||1 Greenfield||0 Greenville||1 Hancock|
|1 Harrisville||8 Hinsdale||6 Jaffrey||80 Keene|
|0 Langdon||0 Lempster||11 Marlborough||2 Marlow|
|0 Munsonville||1 Nelson||0 New Ipswich||17 Peterborough|
|5 Richmond||10 Rindge||1 Roxbury||1 Sharon|
|5 Spofford||4 Stoddard||5 Sullivan||5 Surry|
|27 Swanzey||0 Temple||5 Troy||4 Walpole|
|0 Washington||8 Westmoreland||2 Wilton||12 Winchester|