If you wish there was an Amber Alert for pets, you’re in luck!
When it comes to sounding the alarm and issuing a missing pet alert when your dog or cat or parrot goes missing, you want to notify as many people as possible.
Your worst nightmare just happened. You left the door open just a little too long, and Fluffy left her perch on the scratching post and ran out when you grabbed the mail. Fido, the furry escape artist, managed to escape his leash at the dog park.
If you have pets, you understand what it is like to worry about them. You make sure that they go to the vet regularly. You buy them the best food. You have an entire basket full of toys for your pet to play with. But what about their pet tag?
We’ve learned a lot about the differences types of lost cats and we wanted to share with you what Missing Pet Partnership has to say about finding lost cats. Your technique should adjust depending on whether the lost cat is an indoor cat, outdoor-access cat, or an outdoor cat.
Pet Owners Mistakes. If you have a dog, you probably love your pet like a member of your family, so, it’s hard to think about making a plan for your dog to go missing. It’s almost as uncomfortable as setting up a will as though preparing for the worst invites it to visit!
If you’re a cat person, you know cats differ from dogs in various preferences and behaviors.
A study published in Preventative Veterinary Medicine uncovered some surprising statistics about dog ID tags. Apparently, only 33% of American pet owners keep dog ID tags on their pets’ collars.
If you’re an animal lover who has ever seen a stray dog walking around alone, you’ve probably felt the pang of worry in your chest when calling the lone animal or trying to approach the dog sends the dog running in the other direction.
For most of us, pets are extensions of our family. Considering what would happen to our pets if they were ever lost can feel too upsetting to think about while petting their heads or snuggling at bedtime; however, planning ahead increases your chances of bringing your animal companion safely home again.
Has your dog ever run out of the house? Did your dog go missing for any length of time? If you answered, Yes, you remember the first night of missing your dog… looking around your neighborhood late into the night, calling your dog’s name, searching under porches, berating yourself for leaving the garage door open or forgetting to fix a hole in the fence, etc.
If your pet is lost, organizing a search is time consuming and stressful – PAWtechnologies is here to help you. Think of PAWtechnologies as an insurance policy against this stress.