The first step we take in recovering your lost pet is to gather the needed information. We record your name, phone, pet’s name, age, breed, color, the location last seen, photos and any other relevant details. Our caring staff will then analyze your case and create a professionally designed poster. Our easy to remember name and logo are invaluable because they continue to work even when posters are eventually taken down. Since PetAmberAlert.com is easy to remember, pets are often recovered because someone saw the poster and was able to recall the web address. Our lost pet database makes it easy for someone to find and contact you once your pet is located.
We will phone alert thousands of your neighbors within minutes using state of the art technology. We also fax and email a custom designed missing pet poster to your local Veterinarian, Animal Shelters, Animal Control, Police Stations, Media Outlets, Pet Stores, and “Neighborhood Watch Volunteers” within a 10 to 70 mile radius of where your pet was last seen. Pet Amber Alert Posters are delivered the same day via FAX to pet agencies and via E-Mail to neighborhood watch members. Recipients are then encouraged to photocopy the posters and to post up at least 10 copies around the local vicinity.
Because your poster is seen by hundreds of people in the neighborhood and in pet-related businesses and agencies in your local area, there will be hundreds to thousands of people in the area aware of your pet’s disappearance. And because PetAmberAlert.com is easily remembered, people know where to go to access your contact information and help reunite you with your beloved pet when your pet is sighted or found even when they don’t have a poster right in front of them.
We had given up hope when we signed up as the dog had been gone for 5 days. In less than a day, we got a call from an animal shelter that recognized her from your alert. Thanks and feel free to put me on your reference list!!
James Cox | Phone: 1-(615) 364-2060
Dog Named Sally Found with Poster Alert in Franklin, TN
Quest was lost in a remote mountain area for seven days. He was eventually found by a lady who received a PetAmberAlert days earlier.
Fletcher Christiansen | Phone: 1-(706) 864-9325
Dog Named Quest Found via Phone Alert in Suches, GA
Our cat Lily came home tonight after 12 days and nights. We don't know where she has been but Pet Amber Alert really did get the word out about her being lost! Great system. I would recommend it to anyone who has lost a pet.
Joyce Bierlein | Phone: 1-(989) 793-4847
Cat Named Lily Found with Phone Alert in Saginaw, MI 48603
A shelter in the area sent us an email thinking they possibly had Duke. And during our many searches, we came across many people who said they had received your call. Although Duke found his way home by himself, we were very impressed with your service.
Michael Jones | Phone: 1-(419) 749-2184
Dog Named Duke Found with Amber Alert in Convoy, OH
I got a call from the Woodridge police saying a woman had reported she had found a dog two days previously and that she was going to hold onto him for a few days before giving him to a shelter. When the police received the Pet Amber Alert they remembered the woman had called two days previously. They called me and gave me her number saying she had reported a dog similar to the one in the photo. When I called her she described Gizmo perfectly, I then went to her house where I was reunited with Gizmo once again! I'm so happy to have him back home 🙂
Michelle Galvez | Phone: 1-(973) 800-5303
Dog Named Gizmo Found with Phone Alert in Carlstadt, NJ 07072