PetAmberAlert.com has recovered record amounts of lost pets thanks to it's highly successful amber alert system.
March 16, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Lifestyle NewsIn today's technology driven society snail mail and lamppost fliers are a thing of the past. Modern technology has changed the pet finding world with PetAmberAlert.com.
When a dog is lost, PetAmberAlert.com uses phones, faxes and computers to alert thousands of neighbors, animal shelters, pet stores, police stations, and veterinary offices in the area within an hour a pet is reported missing. The system uses specialized software to reach people anywhere in the United States and Canada.
"When pets go missing, pet owners cannot spread the word fast enough. That is why I created a fast, reliable, missing pet alert system," Jakubczak said.
Jakubczak founded the company in 2005, but he says the number of lost cats reported to his company has increased dramatically in the past two years. Jakubczak says the recession could be partially to blame, because job losses and pay cuts force people to move more often or change their schedules.
"Relocation can often cause a pet to become disoriented," Jakubczak said. " Dogs and cats thrive on routine and any disruption in that routine can be very traumatic for them," he said.
According to the Human Society of the United States, approximately 6 – 8 million animals enter animal shelters each year and approximately 3-4 million are euthanized. The PetAmberAlert system helps to reduce this devastating number.
Through the PetAmberAlert system, not only are there pet detectives working on call 24/7, but pet listings also remain on the website for over 360 days, or until they are found.
"Every pet deserves to be returned home safely," Jakubczak said. "We don't want them to end up in a shelter or the pound."
PetAmberAlert.com is staff with pet detectives ready to walk pet owners through the ordeal and guide them towards the best alert package.
At PetAmberAlert.com pet owners can receive a detailed log of all the calls/faxes that were made and what specific homes/businesses in their area were alerted.
PetAmberAlert.com also offers a free Lost Dog Recovery Guide on its website at www.petamberalert.com, which is an extensive step-by-step guide explaining the actions you must take to maximize your pet's chance of being safely recovered.