When your pet goes missing, there is no time to waste. So we have made reporting your lost pet and creating a lost pet poster easy and fast!
lost pet resources
An enriched environment can prevent your dog from running away from home and getting lost (and, let's face it, it's more fun for you, too).
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.
Just like PetHub, there are many organizations working towards a goal of getting lost pets home, and so we just have to share their PAWsomeness.
Many pet owners forget something vital - licensing their pet. If you’ve been putting off pet licensing or just don't want to, this article is for you.
Consider this an inventory of the key actions to take THIS WEEKEND to be prepared for the worst and protect your pet for unforeseen circumstances.
Penny is a reactive dog. Yes, she’s ridiculously cute, But she is also borderline Cujo when she meets new people. Not a good "lost pet" scenario.
Today’s digital pet IDs are not your grand-daddy’s dog tags. Still using a $7 circle of etched-one-name-and-number-metal? Your pet needs you to read this.
Only 33% of pet parents say they keep ID tags on their pets at all times. At one point or another, most pets don't wear the IDs that help them get home.
It's a fact. Multiple emergency contacts can help a lost pet get home faster -- traditional IDs just can't do job any more.