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The Impact of Lost Pet Services

Updated: Apr 9

Reflecting on our achievements, we express gratitude for the invaluable contributions and support that have made them possible. We extend our thanks to our donors and the foundations that generously grant us their appreciated support.

Despite the ongoing significant need, we maintain confidence. Regardless of what the future may bring, we are assured that our resources can be utilized to make a positive impact on the lives of pets in need. This, in turn, extends to positively influencing the lives of the people who cherish and depend on them.

  • Small Business of the Year – Nonprofit Category 2022 – Manatee Chamber

  • Best Nonprofit (platinum award 2022) by SRQ Magazine

  • Best Nonprofit Leader (platinum award 2022) by SRQ Magazine

  • Best Animal Nonprofit (gold award) by SRQ Magazine   (3 time winner: 2022, 2023 2024)

  • Received a Special Recognition Award from the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office for our donation of a microchip scanner to their Agriculture Department for help with hoarding/animal abuse cases.

  • Awarded grants from Sarasota Community Foundation, Community Foundation of Manatee County, Human-Animal Alliance, and the Bishop-Parker Foundation for major medical/trauma cases and routine/safety-net needs.

  • Recognized by Sarasota Magazine – Guide to Giving – Animal Welfare Organization.

  • Multiple awards from the Community Foundation of Sarasota County Giving Challenge.

  • LPS consistently helps reunite over 200 pets every month. 

  • LPS has helped reunite over 28,000 lost pets since 2013. 

  • LPS has provided free microchip programs with Manatee County Animal Welfare, the Humane Society of Manatee County, and the Animal Rescue Coalition.

  • LPS facilitates adoptions of stray pets when owners are not found. We successfully placed over 300 that otherwise would have ended up in the shelter system. 

  •  Since 2018, LPS has funded over $240,000 in medical financial aid in our community.

  • Almost 97% of our funded emergency cases have been restored to baseline health and returned home to their families or adopted with a normal life expectancy and quality of life. 

  • 100% of those funded through our routine medical program have been restored to baseline health and returned home to their families or adopted with normal life expectancy and quality of life. 

  • Our Facebook group, Lost and Found Pets 941 (Lost Pet Services) with over 53,000 member followers, is the largest nonprofit lost pet recovery group on the Gulf Coast. 

  • Our Facebook business page, Lost Pet Services,  has over 7,000 followers.

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