It’s almost spring again! As we prepare for the warmer months around the corner, here’s how you can prepare your pet for spring and summer: Watch Out for Open Windows and Doors The weather is getting warmer, and you’re likely itching to throw open the windows and air-out your home. When doing this, remember […]
At PetLink, we know accidents can happen; doors and windows can be left open, fences can have holes in them, and pets could get lost. Therefore, it’s important to have a plan in place in case your pet goes missing. We want to reassure you that the PetLink call center is working as normal. We […]
It’s almost July and you know what that means: barbeques, open doors, fireworks, and scared pets. This time of year can be especially frightening for our furry friends. In our experience at PetLink, July 4th is our busiest holiday for lost pets in the whole year. Here are some ways that you can prepare your […]
Check the Chip Day is August 15th and it is our favorite day of the year! There are steps you can take to ensure your pet’s microchip is doing its job properly. The most important of these are: For a microchip to get a found pet home, it is important to register the pet […]
In a study done by AAHA, it showed 1 in 3 pets will go missing during their lifetime. The same study also found most lost pets have no identification, collar tag or microchip, when found. Take advantage of “Check the Chip Day” by creating a microchipping promotion and drive revenue while getting more pets protected. […]
August 15th is recognized annually as Check the Chip Day! Many people either adopt or purchase an animal with a microchip implanted or have it done at their local vet or shelter but then don’t give it another thought.
The July 4th weekend creates a “perfect storm” for missing pets. Here are some suggestions on how can you prevent your pet from being lost or enable a quick reunion if they are lost.
People are always amazed at how many lost dogs there are posted on our state Facebook pages at Lost Dogs of America. We commonly get the question “Are there more lost dogs now? Why?”
Lost pets can be found weeks, months and even years after they go missing. Not a day goes by where we don’t hear of a remarkable reunion from an owner of a long lost pet who feared that the worst had happened.