PetAmberAlert.com was founded by pet owners who has experienced the gut wrenching and helpless feeling of losing a pet too many times. Before the PetAmberAlert.com method was created, finding a lost pet involved a lot of waiting and finger crossing – a whole lot of blind luck was involved. Today, thanks to the lost dog flyers and proactive phone calls distributed by the pet-finding experts at PetAmberAlert.com, pet owners can feel better knowing that they are proactively doing everything possible to find their lost pets.
The first step in the PetAmberAlert.com pet finding process is to distribute lost dog template throughout your neighborhood and town. This may sound obvious but it’s not quite as simple as tacking posters on every telephone pole in your neighborhood. Thanks to our extensive contact database that includes nearly every resident and business in North America, the pet finding experts at PetAmberAlert.com can mass distribute a flyer in minutes.
Every single veterinary clinic and animal shelter in a 50+ mile radius from where your pet was last seen will be faxed a document containing your pet’s image, name, pertinent information including where he or she was last seen, and your contact information. It is also sent to other (non-pet related) businesses in the neighborhood. We use a tested lost dog template that has been proven most effective in helping pet owners find their lost dog or cat.
After the lost dog flyer is distributed, PetAmberAlert.com will begin systematically placing phone calls to residents and businesses around where your pet was last seen. We are a National DNC Exempt Organization due to the nature of what we do so even those people on the Do Not Call list will be contacted. They will be informed that a pet has gone missing and asked to contact you if your pet is seen or found. You can have peace of mind knowing that nearly every resident in your neighborhood or town is searching for your missing loved one.
The PetAmberAlert.com methods have been proven effective – especially if pet owners act soon after their pet goes missing. Animals have a tendency to travel great distances when scared or stressed so getting the word out about their status as a missing animal as soon as possible is vitally important to their recovery. Our alert system has an 85% success rate if the alert goes out in the first week after a pet has gone missing. There is a 75% success rate after two weeks and a 65% success rate after eight weeks. We continue to locate missing pets even months after they initially get lost – animals will not be removed from our lost pet database until they are found and reunited with their owners. Please take a moment to browse the entire PetAmberAlert.com site. The testimonials from happy pet owners who were reunited with their lost pets speak of the joy they felt when their lost dog or cat was located. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to call us at 1-877-875-7387.