DOWNLOAD A FLYER TODAY FOR YOUR CLINIC AND GIVE YOUR ADOPTED PARENTS AN EASY WAY TO MAKE CERTAIN THEIR NEW PET HAS FAST AND EASY IDENTIFICATION AT ALL TIMES.
At any given time, a natural disaster can strike, a door can be left open, or a pet can wander from unfamiliar surroundings while traveling…..becoming lost, scared and alone in an instant.
Veterinarians do their very best to make certain that all pets leaving their Clinics are micro-chipped. However, a report by the United States Department of Agriculture claims that only 5% of pets in the United States have a microchip compared to 25% of European pets and there is no central database in the United States for registering micro-chips.
Putting these facts aside what happens during a hurricane, flood, wildfire, tornado, mudslide and other disasters when a person finds a pet and there is no way to get them to a facility so they can be scanned, and even then they may not have a microchip.
INSTANT MEDICAL INFORMATION IS NEEDED – AND WITH PETHEALTHALERT.COM THE INFORMATION IS
RIGHT ON THE TAG!
It is so simple and inexpensive to give your Pet Parents information on PetHealthAlert.com, Free Pet ID Tags with a choice of 10 medical conditions right on the tag ($5.00 shipping, handling and processing fee per tag) plus the Free National Pet Registry gives pet owners the convenience of unlimited and password protected Tag Information updates and the ability to post their pet’s photo. Special “I am a Survivor” tags are also available, perfect for ALL shelter and rescue pets with no specific medical conditions, but just deserve the right to wear the Survivor badge.
What do we do with the flyers?
PetHealthAlert.com provides you with a printable flyer that can be downloaded and put at your front desk, included in your New Pet Parent Packs that are sent home with each pet and sent out with your Newsletter.
And if you would like to publicize an Event or something special about your Clinic please send us information to email@example.com and we can write about it on Your Pet Friendly Community, http://petfriendly.wordpress.com/. You will also find there a place to post info on Lost and Found pets.
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