Lost a Pet?

WAIF’s All Paws Bulletin (APB) is a list of incoming lost or stray cats or dogs that come into WAIF facilities. Dogs and cats may be brought in by County and City Animal Control Officers, along with citizens concerned with the safety of lost pets. Listings will stay on this page for 60 days. If you have lost or found a stray dog or cat, please contact WAIF Animal Shelter at (360) 678-8900 ext. 1100 to file a lost or found report. For strays in the City of Oak Harbor, please contact (360) 279-0829. Island County Animal Control can be reached at through its non-emergency I-COM Dispatch at (360) 678-9567.

Stray dogs and cats that are brought into WAIF (outside the city limits of Oak Harbor) are available to be reunited with the owners within 5 days. After the stray period, WAIF assumes ownership of pets. For stray dogs and cats that are found within the city limits of Oak Harbor and brought to the City of Oak Harbor Holding Facility, they are available to reunited with their owners within 6 days. After the stray period, WAIF assumes ownership of pets. Only owners (not friends and family) may reclaim their pets and proof of ownership such as veterinarian/vaccination records and up-to-date photos may be required to have the pet returned.

Please make sure your pets are licensed (as applicable to city and county requirements) and microchipped to show proof of ownership. This helps getting your pet back to where they belong – at home with you!

Click here for a free resource from PetFBI.org to create flyers for lost and found pets. PetFBI.org is a great site to learn what steps you’ll want to take should your pet go missing or if you find a stray.

Lost Pet Report For: December 1, 2018 – January 21, 2019

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Monday, January 21st

Cat – DLH, black, male/neutered, who was found on Thompson Rd. in Langley. He is currently being held at the WAIF Shelter in Coupeville. The contact information is (360) 678-8901.

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Monday, January 21st

Cat – DSH, female, brown/black tabby, who was found on Western Drive in Oak Harbor. She is currently being held at the WAIF Shelter in Coupeville. The contact information is (360) 678-8901.

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Saturday, January 19th

Dog – Dachshund mix, male/neutered, black with some brown who was found on 4th Street in Oak Harbor. He is currently being held at the WAIF Shelter in Coupeville. The contact information is (360) 678-8901.

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Tuesday, January 8th

Cat – DLH, male, black/white who was found on Scatchet Head in Clinton. He is currently being held at the WAIF Shelter in Coupeville. The contact information is (360) 678-8901.

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Tuesday, January 8th

Cat – DSH, female, brown/black/ ticked tabby, who was found on Swantown Rd. in Oak Harbor. She is currently being held at the WAIF Shelter in Coupeville. The contact information is (360) 678-8901.

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Monday, January 7th

Dog – Chihuahua mix, tan, female who was found off of Oak Harbor Rd. near Saar’s market in Oak Harbor. He is currently being held at the WAIF Shelter in Coupeville. The contact information is (360) 678-8901.

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Sunday, January 6th

Dog – Terrier mix, tan/white, male who was found on Oak Harbor Rd. in Oak Harbor. He is currently being held at the WAIF Shelter in Coupeville. The contact information is (360) 678-8901.

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Sunday, January 6th

Dog – Aussie Shepherd, male/neutered, blue merle who was found in downtown LaConner and brought to our shelter. He is currently being held at the WAIF Shelter in Coupeville. The contact information is (360) 678-8901.

 

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Saturday, January 5th

Cat – DLH, female, brown/black/white tabby, kitten who was found on Heller Rd. by the Family Bible Church in Oak Harbor. She is currently being held at the WAIF Shelter in Coupeville. The contact information is (360) 678-8901.

 

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Friday, January 4th, 2019

Dog – Terrier/Dachshund mix, male/neutered who was found on Jib and 2nd Street in Oak Harbor. He is currently being held at the WAIF Shelter in Coupeville. The contact information is (360) 678-8901.

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Friday, December 28th

Dog – Pit Bull mix, puppy, male, grey/white who was found on Hunt Rd. in Oak Harbor. He is currently being held at the WAIF Shelter in Coupeville.

Dog – Pit Bull mix, puppy, female, tan/white who was found on Hunt Rd. in Oak Harbor. She is currently being held at the WAIF Shelter in Coupeville. The contact information is (360) 678-8901.

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Thursday, December 27th

Cat – DSH, male, brown/black tabby who was found on Coles Rd. in Langley. He is currently being held at the WAIF Shelter in Coupeville. The contact information is (360) 678-8901.

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Sunday, December 23rd

Dog – Shepherd mix, male, red/brown who was found on the intersection of Heller Rd. and 8th St. in Oak Harbor. His is currently being held at the WAIF Shelter in Coupeville.
The contact information is (360) 678-8901.

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Saturday, December 22nd

Dog – Shepherd mix, female, brown, tan and white who was found off of Ala Spit Rd. in Oak Harbor. She is currently being held at the WAIF Shelter in Coupeville. The contact information is (360) 678-8901.

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Sunday, December 2nd

Dog – Boxer, male/neutered who was found on Regatta/Hwy 20 in Oak Harbor. He is currently being held at the WAIF Shelter in Coupeville. The contact information is (360) 678-8901.

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Saturday, December 1st

Cat – Two, DSH, brown/black/white tabby kittens who were found off East Harbor Rd. in Freeland. They are currently being held at the WAIF Shelter in Coupeville. The contact information is (360) 678-8901.

City of Oak Harbor residents

If you have lost a pet in Oak Harbor, we recommend checking the City of Oak Harbor’s Stray Pet Facebook page. This page is not affiliated with WAIF and is managed separately by the City of Oak Harbor’s Animal Control. You will still need to file a lost report with WAIF by calling (360) 678-8900 ext. 1100.

Rest of Whidbey Island

For lost dogs on Whidbey Island, another non-affiliated WAIF resource can be visited online at Yahoo Whidbey Island Lost Dogs.