Reuniting lost and found pets in Manatee & Sarasota Counties

in partnership with Lost and Found Pets 941

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Wildlife Rescue

Sarasota and Manatee County

The main goal of Lost Pet Services is to reunite lost pets with their owners.  

We are also concerned about the welfare of all local wildlife and offer these helpful resources.  

2207 Avenue B

Bradenton Beach, FL 34217
Phone:  (941) 778-6324

Wildlife, Inc. Education & Rehabilitation Center is a volunteer-run non-profit wildlife rescue and rehabilitation organization located in Bradenton Beach, Florida.

 

Founded in 1987, they had treated over 3,000 birds, mammals, and reptiles by 1997.  The number has since grown to over 4,000 and continues to increase as they are now the largest wildlife rehabilitation and rescue center in Manatee County. 

NANCEE JACKSON

Sarasota, FL

Daytime:  (941) 650-3910  

FWC License # WLR-19-0065

Not for profit and not for the faint of heart.  

3252 Border Road

Venice, FL 34292
Daytime:  (941) 484-9657

Emergency:  (941) 416-4967  

 

Dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of Florida's sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife. 

1708 Ken Thompson Parkway
Sarasota FL 34236
Call to report an injured bird:  (941) 388-3010
Email: admin@saveourseabirds.org

 

Save Our Seabirds mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and release sick and injured wild birds while educating our community about preventing injuries and preserving habitats. Birds that are unable to be returned to the wild are given permanent homes in our Wild Bird Learning Center.

 

If you find a sick or injured bird, please call immediately and they will dispatch a volunteer rescuer as soon as possible.  Alternatively, you may bring the bird to:  1708 Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota, 34236 which also has an After-Hours Intake Box located beside the back (hospital) entrance. 

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DO YOU NEED TO MAKE A LOST OR FOUND PET REPORT?

 

Go to our Lost Pet Form.    By submitting this form, you are giving consent for Lost Found Pets 941 to post the information you include (your phone number and email address) on LostFoundPets941 Facebook page. This will help facilitate the possible reunion of a lost pet with their owner plus it will generate a free flyer for you to share.

 

TROUBLE UPLOADING THE PHOTOS?

 

If you are having trouble uploading the found pet's photo on the form, please forward to Patty@LostFoundPets941.com .