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  A New Beginning Animal Rescue is a non-profit, tax-exempt charitable organization under 501(c)(3) of  the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.




A New Beginning Animal Rescue encourages all pet owners to make sure their pets are microchipped with registered up-to-date information and always wear up-to-date ID and vaccination tags.


Call the local shelters to check if they have your animal. If not, ask if you can leave a description along with your telephone number in case your pet turns up there. Even better, go to the shelter and look for your pet. For more information, please see the following links:

Davis County Lost & Found    801-444-2200

Weber County Lost & Found  801-399-8244

Check with people in your neighborhood. Talk to your neighbors, mail carriers and newspaper delivery people, anyone who spends time in your neighborhood who might have seen your pet.

Make a poster. Include a description and photo of your pet. Offer a reward. It doesn't have to be large, but any reward may motivate people to help the search. Decide what you think is a fair amount. Include your telephone number.

Put your poster up around town. Post it on street corners and in area shops. Many places like libraries and supermarkets have bulletin boards that you can post it on.


If this is an emergency, contact us at 801-916-3924.

Use common sense when approaching any unknown animal. He may be hurt. He probably is hungry and frightened and may be unpredictable.

Be careful about bringing any unfamiliar pet into your chome, especially if you already have animals.

By law, we recommend that you first contact the Animal Control facility in the area where the animal was found, since this will provide the animal with a better chance of being reunited with his or her family.

Please also contact other area shelters to notify them that you have found an animal.

Take the animal to a veterinarian or animal shelter to scan for a microchip that contains information that will link the pet to the owner.  ANBAR microchips all our pets and and keeps a registry linking the number to the pet's owner and A New Beginning Animal Rescue.

Check the classified section for lost pets. Some newspapers accept lost and found pet ads for free.

What animals can’t A New Beginning Animal Rescue accept?

We cannot accept any animal that has bitten within the last ten days. By law, such an animal must be taken to the local Animal Control facility. We also are not legally allowed to accept wildlife: In these cases, please contact the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources at 801-538-4700.