Pets Reunited Pricing

Pets Reunited gives you everything you need to get your missing pet listed on the internet and notified to local vets for FREE.
Upgrade to one of our Premium Listings to get even more. You could be able to reclaim your costs from your Pet Insurer too.

Found a stray? Report it for free.

It's FREE to report a found stray pet to us. Always has been, always will be.

Report a found stray

Found pet listings have the same features as the Instant missing pet premium listing (see below).

Free and Premium Listing options for missing pets:

Basic

All the essentials covered.

Approved and online within 24 hours
FREE
no fee
Instant

Get things happening faster. Get a poster.

Instant approval
A4 PDF missing pet poster emailed to you
Email alert dispatched within 1 hour
Extended alert radius (3 miles)
Your report featured locally on this site
£4.99
one-off fee

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Instant Plus

Fast action. Get a poster and a flyer.

Instant approval
A4 PDF missing pet poster emailed to you
Email alert dispatched within 1 hour
Extended alert radius (5 miles)
Your report featured locally on this site
A5 PDF missing pet leaflets emailed to you
Follow up 'Still Missing' alerts sent after 7 days
£9.99
one-off fee

Protected by our 14 day money back guarantee

Choose Instant Plus

Core Listing Features

All missing pet listings have the following core features:

A dedicated web page for your missing pet

We build a search engine optimised, mobile-friendly web page your missing pet showing key information including breed, species, a photo and a map showing the last known location. We also provide ready-made social media sharing links to help you quickly spread the word online and link back to your report.

Entry in our UK-wide missing pets database

More and more people are turning to the internet to locate owners of stray animals. Your pet's report is entered into our searchable database that is available 24 hours and day, 7 days a week for anyone to access. Output from our database is also crawled by search engines on a daily basis.

Alerts to nearby Vets

Quite often, a missing pet is picked up by a good samaritan and taken to a nearby vet where it will be scanned for a microchip. But, not all pets are chipped (or details are out of date) - so we email a photo and description of your pet to vets in your area in case it comes their way.

Alerts to Local Volunteers

Your missing pet report will be dispatched via email to any local volunteers we have in your area. Our volunteers are pet owners just like you, who have opted in to receive our alerts and keep an eye out for any lost and found pets we tell them about.

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Our 14 Day Money Back Guarantee

If you choose either our Instant or Instant Plus listing for your missing pet and you want your money back within 14 days then you can get a full refund - no strings. But to help us improve our service, we might ask you what the reason is. If there is something we could do better then we want to know!

Our 14 Day Money Back Guarantee only applies to our Instant and Instant Plus listing fee.

Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

Reclaim costs from your Pet Insurance

Did you know that most pet insurance policies will cover the cost of local advertising when your pet goes missing and even cover the cost of offering a reward? Check your policy to see if you're covered. It's sometimes called Advertising & Reward Cover, Lost & Found Cover or Missing Pet Insurance.

Fees for our Instant and Instant Plus listings are usually eligible for this and should be re-imbursed by your Pet Insurer.

If you're planning to offer a reward, please contact your insurer first, as they usually like to agree the reward amount you offer first.