lost pet resources
Your ACO (Animal Control Officer) Questions Answered
Most of us have seen a movie where there is a “dog catcher” and they are usually not portrayed as very nice characters. Over the years this has created a stereotype for Animal Control Officers (ACO’s) which has also caused a sense of distrust for some community members.
Pet Lover Geek: Hottest Lost Pet Prevention & Recovery Products
On today's episode of Pet Lover Geek, powered by PetHub, Lorien talks with Kristen Levine, from Pet Living with Kristen Levine, who shares some of the hottest products on the market to help pet parents keep their pets safe.
3 Important Ways to Prevent Lost Pets (and how to get them back home)
Expert guest, Kristen Levine, highlights tips for preventing lost pets in honor of Lost Pet Prevention Month: use a leash, pet-proof your home, and get the right tech.
What Should I Do If I Find A Lost Pet?
Finding a missing pet can be stressful, but remembering the basics can really help! We’ve got five ways you can help a missing pet return home to his family.
How To Report Your Pet Missing & Found On PetHub
When your pet goes missing, there is no time to waste. We work hard at PetHub to ensure that every family’s pets stays safe, happy and home for their whole lives. We know that time is of the essence when it comes to taking the steps to get your pet back home. Making lost pet flyers can be time consuming and stressful.
Should I Advertise My Lost Dog (or Cat) on Social Media?
Posting a lost pet to Facebook groups, and your own Facebook profile, can be very helpful. Craigslist is another online tool that many people turn to.
Making Posters & Flyers To Find Your Lost Pet Infographic
Here are five things to keep in mind when preparing to create posters.
1. Use phrases that instantly capture people’s attention such as “Lost Dog”.
7 Great Organizations Helping Bring Lost Pets Home
6 Reasons to License Your Pet
As a pet owner, you spend plenty of time making sure your dog is healthy and safe, just like we do at PetHub. You walk him or her daily, feed them nutritious food, and take them to the vet when something seems “off”." You’ve equipped your pet with the best, most modern,