Granite State Dog​ Recovery

Never Give Up!

Reuniting Families With Their Lost Dogs 

Have you lost your dog? Need help looking for your missing pet? Then get in touch with Granite State Dog Recovery (GSDR) in Manchester, New Hampshire. As an all-volunteer 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, we work in conjunction with police departments, animal control officers, shelters, veterinarian offices, and rescue groups in New Hampshire to reunite families with their lost dogs, and bring stray dogs to safety.

Our motto is, “Never Give Up!” We have never and will never turn down a plea for help. Granite State Dog Recovery can assist by speaking over the phone for advice on our Quick Action Plan, lending our equipment to those in need, physically assisting families in finding their lost dog, or by creating a lost/found dog posters to share on our Facebook and Twitter social media pages. 


Not only does Granite State Dog Recovery facilitate in the recovery of lost and stray dogs but we also educate the public on lost dog prevention. It is extremely important to know how to keep dogs safe, whether he or she is new to a family or a long-time faithful friend. Dogs can go missing at any age and can also be brought to safety no matter the length of time he or she has been lost.

Our passion and love of animals drive us with every recovery we make. However, we cannot do this without your support. Please help us help them by making a tax-deductible donation via our mailing address or PayPal.

Important Notice

Please note that Granite State Dog Recovery does not have a physical location or office at this time. In addition, our team members are not paid and do not charge for our services. If you or someone you know is solicited by a paid organization claiming to be referred by GSDR, please contact us immediately. 

Contact Information

Granite State Dog Recovery

P.O. Box 4581

Manchester, New Hampshire 03108

Phone: 1-855-639-LOST

Email: [email protected]

Service Areas

Proudly Serving Families
in New Hampshire and Vermont

Learn About Our Lost Dog Quick Action Plan