Lost or Found animals with a MICROCHIP/Electronic ID
The American Donkey and Mule Society requires all registered animals (Donkey, mule, hinny, or zebra hybrid) to have some form of permanent ID beginning in 2010.

It is our sincere hope that having animals ID'd will cut down on the number of mis-identified animals, and also to help recover any that are lost or stolen.

To all law enforcement officials (Police, Sheriff, Constable) and Shelters/Rescues that find a lost or stolen donkey, mule, hinny or other longeared equine:

As the owners inform us of the microchip location and number (or in the case of a freeze/hot brand or tattoo) it is added into our main registry database.

This database is available Mon-Fri form 930 am to 630 PM.  You may call  (972-219-0781)
or email if you have found an animal with an implant (microchip) and we will cross reference our database.

Even if you find an animal that does NOT have a microchip, you may call or email our office to see if any members have reported animals missing, strayed or stolen.  We may be able to help you in identifying any owners in the immediate area.

In such cases, please identify your branch of Law Enforcement, the officer or contact person, your contact information, and brief description of the animal:

Male/Female
Breed/Type  (Miniature donkey, Standard sized donkey, large Standard Sized Donkey, Mammoth Jackstock, Miniature Mule, Pony Mule, Saddle Mule, Draft Mule, Zebra Hybrid)
Color
Any unusual marking
Microchip/ID Number
Wearing a halter?
City/State/Zip code found.

We will get back to you as soon as we are able in order to help reunite owners and their animals.

We hope this service will make it easier for you as well.

Thank you!

Leah Patton, office manager, ADMS
The American Donkey and Mule Society requires all registered animals (Donkey, mule, hinny, or zebra hybrid) to have some form of permanent ID beginning in 2010.

It is our sincere hope that having animals ID'd will cut down on the number of mis-identified animals, and also to help recover any that are lost or stolen.

To all law enforcement officials (Police, Sheriff, Constable) and Shelters/Rescues that find a lost or stolen donkey, mule, hinny or other longeared equine:

As the owners inform us of the microchip location and number (or in the case of a freeze/hot brand or tattoo) it is added into our main registry database.

This database is available Mon-Fri form 930 am to 630 PM.  You may call or email if you have found an animal with an implant (microchip) and we will cross reference our database.

Even if you find an animal that does NOT have a microchip, you may call or email our office to see if any members have reported animals missing, strayed or stolen.  We may be able to help you in identifying any owners in the immediate area.

In such cases, please identify your branch of Law Enforcement, the officer or contact person, your contact information, and brief description of the animal:

Male/Female
Breed/Type  (Miniature donkey, Standard sized donkey, large Standard Sized Donkey, Mammoth Jackstock, Miniature Mule, Pony Mule, Saddle Mule, Draft Mule, Zebra Hybrid)
Color
Any unusual marking
Microchip/ID Number
Wearing a halter?
City/State/Zip code found.

We will get back to you as soon as we are able in order to help reunite owners and their animals.

We hope this service will make it easier for you as well.

Thank you!

Leah Patton, office manager, ADMS
Found Donkey with Microchip.  Who do I contact? 

PLEASE CONTACT ADMS!

(972) 219-0781 Phone ADMS.

Found Mule with Microchip.  Who do I contact?

Lost or stolen Mule?  Lost or stolen Donkey?   Please scan for Microchip, or check neck/hip/shoulder for any brands.  Some animals may have a lip tattoo (tatoo) on the upper inside lip, or inside the ear.  Please contact your local law enforcement (Police, sheriff, constable) or shelter (SPCA) if you find a loose animal.  Always use caution when approaching loose livestock, especially on busy roads! 
ADMS
Phone: (972) 219-0781
email - lovelongears@hotmail.com
Helpful - please note "FOUND Need ID" in the subject line of email.  
If you have found a loose or wandering equine (stray), please contact your local law enforcement for help!

If you find a loose or wandering donkey or mule, please call or email ADMS and we will try to help you identify the animal/and owner.  Remember we will need descriptions and the microchip ID in order to do so. Unless an animal has been reported missing, it is nearly impossible to ID an animal by just looking at it!  (This applies to horses, donkeys and mules). 
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