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LOST & FOUND

If you have LOST a pet:

1) Email silverlakes.ripples@gmail.com with a recent photo of the pet, the pet's name, age, your contact information and where the pet was last seen.

2) Call Pines Property Management, 954-438-6570

Give them your information and details of your pet.

3) Call the Broward County Animal Control

954-359-1313 ext. 9273

Leave a voicemail with the following:

Your Name, Phone Number, Detailed description of your pet, tattoo location, microchip information, tag and collar description

4) Call the Humane Society of Broward County (We suggest you call all of them, just in case)

Griffin Road: 954-989-3977

5) Call Miami Dade Animal Services

305-884-1102 ext. 241

6) Spread the word! Tell neighbors, walk the neighborhood, visit animal shelters, leave your pets favorite treat near your home.

7) Post signs around your community, the main parks and leave them with local veterinarians. Include a photo of the pet, a description, the date and location of where you last saw your pet and your contact information.

If you have FOUND a pet:

1) Email silverlakes.ripples@gmail.com with a photo of the pet and your contact information.

2) Call Pines Property Management, 954-438-6570

Give them your information and details of your pet.

3) Call the Broward County Animal Control

954-359-1313 ext. 9273

Leave a voicemail with the following:

Your Name, Phone Number, Detailed description of the pet, and tag information if they have one.

4) Call the Humane Society of Broward County (We suggest you call all of them, just in case)

Griffin Road: 954-989-3977

5) Call Miami Dade Animal Services

305-884-1102 ext. 241

6) Ask neighbors if they have lost a pet. Losing a pet can be very stressful and sometimes shelters can misplace pets. Asking around can save your neighbor a lot of undue stress and could possibly save the pet's life!

7) Take the animal to your local veterinarian's office to check if the animal is microchipped or tattooed. Having the animal checked for a tattoo or microchip is free.


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If you lose a pet in Pembroke Pines, please click below for more information about Pooches in Pines

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Article about Pooches in Pines

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Helpful Pet Guide Link:

 
                                http://www.expertise.com/home-and-garden/pet-safety-guide

 

 

Did you know SilverLakes residents can have up to 3 domesticated household pets?

For more information, refer to pages 199/200 of the Declaration and Protective Covenants, which can be found on the Homeowners page.

Pet Hurricane Center


• Do not leave your pet outside and do not let them outside during the storm.


• Do not tranquilize your pet - animals need all of their natural instincts in order to survive.


• For dog owners, select a safe interior room in the house and line the floor with newspaper or puppy training pads for your dog's bathroom needs.


• Keep all pets (particularly cats) away from the window.


• During the storm, keep your pet in sight and with the family.


• As part of your pre-storm planning, be sure to have on hand at least a week's supply of food and water for your pet. In addition, cat owners should also have an adequate supply of cat litter.

 

If you believe you pet has come into contact with a harmful substance, please go to the

ASPCA animal poison control center HERE

How to Report Animal Cruelty in Your Community

It can be hard to watch a voiceless animal undergo cruelty from the ones who are supposed to protect it. If you feel an animal in the community needs your help, please refer to the guide below, courtesy of the ASPCA.

Whether you’ve seen the dog next door outside without proper shelter or witnessed the physical abuse of a neighborhood cat, you can help. To lend a hand, our experts have created an easy step-by-step guide to help you recognize and report animal cruelty.

Here’s a sneak peek at our Reporting Cruelty FAQ:

  • If I report my neighbor for committing animal cruelty, and that person’s animal is taken away and put in a shelter, isn’t the animal worse off?
    It’s important to understand that reporting cruelty is always the right thing to do. Animal control officers never remove an animal from the home unless absolutely necessary. A seized animal will then have the chance to get much-needed veterinary and behavior care.
     
  • Can I remain anonymous when I file an animal cruelty complaint?
    Yes, and it is better to file an anonymous report than to do nothing—but please consider providing your information. Agencies have limited resources, and the case is more likely to be pursued when there are credible witnesses willing to stand behind the report and, if necessary, testify in court.

Get all the facts about recognizing animal cruelty in the ASPCA Reporting Animal Cruelty FAQ.

To report animal cruelty in your area, please call your local police department.

In Miramar, the phone number is 954-431-2200

In Pembroke Pines, the phone number is 954-602-4000