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*NEW* K9 Online Shop – Buy your Hydrobaths and Spares online

K9 Hydrobath Online Shop

 

K9 are excited to announce the launch of their brand new online shop. Now customers are able to purchase the K9 Hydrobaths, Spare parts for all the Hydrobaths and K9 Mobile Dog Grooming Conversions, Dog Grooming Dryers and Dog Grooming Tables all from the comfort of their own home.

The winter will bring plenty of exciting new products and offers so check the site out now www.k9dogbaths.co.uk/onlineshop

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Big discounts up to 30% to celebrate the brand new addition to the K9 Hydrobath range


 K9 Mobile Grooming Supplies are proud to announce the newest addition to their Hydrobath range “The K9 Standard AF”

The K9 Standard Hydrobath AF has the Autofill Hydrobath system with two tanks (a sealed holding tank & a wash tank), and there is a lever at the front of the bath which allows you to alternate between the Holding tank and the Wash tank. The holding tank will automatically re-fill and re-heat the water each time you use it.

This Hydrobath comes with wheels making it easy to move the bath around over smooth and uneven surfaces. The tank would be temporarily connected to a cold water feed and suitable drainage, and would provide a continuous supply of temperature controlled water. Ideal for domestic and salon use, but could also be used for Mobile Grooming.

A Hydrobath combines a bathtub with a shower bather by using a recirculating pump to produce a high volume mix of water and shampoo, delivered powerfully enough to penentrate the thickest coats, and yet gently enough to massage the skin – all in the fraction of the time taken by normal bathing methods. The high strength fibreglass hydrobath tub is suitable for all sizes and breeds from Maltese Terriors to Great Danes and there is no mess to clean up after bath time or Dogs running away from the hose or bucket – the Hydrobath keeps both the Dog and the water suitably contained.

To celebrate the launch of this fantastic model, K9 are offering up to 30% off all Hydrobaths, check our their website for more details www.k9dogbaths.co.uk or contact the helpful sales team on 01323 743666.

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GRAB A BARGAIN – OUR HYDROBATHS ARE ON eBay!!!


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Many are still puzzled about what Hydrobaths really are and how they can help in taking better care of dogs. Some may even see it as a piece of indulgent equipment, since bathing dogs can easily be done with a water hose and a friendly soap, depending on the needs of the dog’s coat.

However, what you should know is that Hydrobathing is one good way to take best care and pamper your dogs as it works magnificently as a grooming method with so many other benefits that your pet dog can take advantage of. To help you unlock the mystery over these equipments, here are some commonly asked questions along with the needed facts.

A Hydrobath is a combination bathtub and power bather that uses a specially designed recirculation pump. This pump produces a high volume mix of water and shampoo delivered powerfully enough to penetrate the thickest coats, yet gently enough to massage the skin. All in the fraction of the time taken by normal bathing methods.

A dog requires deep cleaning of their coats for a good number of reasons. One is for parasite control. As parasites always come from the outside then start lingering in the coats in their way to climb into the insides of your pet, a thorough cleaning is highly recommended regularly, most especially if they are already inflicted with the pests.

As most doctors and veterinarians would put it, prevention is always better than cure, especially with your pets, who cannot exactly say whatever it is they are feeling, it is always the best to think ahead. Do not wait until your pets already have parasites inside them, competing with the nutrients you are feeding them with. Instead, make sure that they are clean regularly.

Hydrobathing is also an excellent tool for applying a both coat treatments for certain skin conditions and flea and tick problems. As the solution can be easily mixed and applied through the spray head, you can be guaranteed that the treatments will be efficiently absorbed by your pet, the water can easily penetrate the coat, that it effectively removes dry dead skin cells, flea eggs, and other soot and small particles imbedded in the skin, leaving your dog with an improved skin, healthier coat, and feeling fresher and even lighter afterwards.

Hydrobaths are also simply amazing for just pampering your pets. The hydro-combing action of the spray head will help a lot in stimulating the skin, in turn, providing a good massage for your pet, allowing better blood circulation, and relieving of tired muscles which are especially good for older dogs.

Hydrobaths guarantee a cleaner feel to your pets, whatever breed they may be, as there is no such thing as a thick coat with the penetrating ability of these equipments. With a clean dog, you can be sure that your pet is happier and healthier, in turn, giving you fewer worries about him or her.


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Important information on buying a genuine Hydrobath

The Hydrobath was introduced in the 1980’s in the state of Southern Australia. It is a complete unit combination bathtub and power bather that uses a specially designed recirculation pump. This pump produces a high volume mix of water and shampoo delivered powerfully enough to penetrate the thickest coats, yet gently enough to massage the skin. All in the fraction of the time taken by normal bathing methods. The high strength fibreglass Hydrobath tub is suitable for all sizes and breeds from Maltese Terriers to Great Danes and there is no mess to clean up after bath time or Dogs running away from the hose or bucket – the Hydrobath keeps both Dog and water suitably contained.
Is it a genunine Hydrobath?
The Hydrobath works by spraying a powerful, jet of warm water over your dog using a conventional shower head at the rate of 35 litres per minute. The shampoo solution is added to the water in the collection tank (sump) prior to the water being released. This mixes with the water and is sprayed at the same high pressure, to allow the whole solution to fully penetrate the dog’s coat and onto the skin where most problems occur.

There are some suppliers who claim that their product is a Hydrobath when they do not use a pump that is capable of delivering such shower pressure. Always ask about the shower pressure and if you can go and view the bath for yourself.

Did a reputable company manufacture the Hydrobath?

Check that a reputable company has manufactured the Hydrobath, below we have listed the main suppliers of genuine Hydrobaths, be wary if where you are buying the Hydrobath is not listed as this could mean it is not a genuine Hydrobath.

K9 Mobile Grooming Supplies (Manufactured and sold in UK)
Red Cape – Fido’s (Manufactured in Australia and sold in the UK)
Commura Hydrobaths – Fido’s (Manufactured in Australia)
Savel (Manufactured and sold in Australia)
The Barf Shop (Manufactured and sold in Australia)
The Melbourne Dog Centre (Manufactured and sold in Australia)
Perfect Paws (Manufactured and sold in Australia)

Is there a warranty and returns Policy?

A reputable supplier of Hydrobaths will offer a Warranty of up to 12 months and a Returns Policy, if the supplier you are buying the bath from does not offer this then it is sensible to question as to why this is the case and if a warranty and returns policy is still not offered then do not purchase the Hydrobath.

What are the payment terms?

If you are buying the Hydrobath through an auction site, such as eBay ensure that the seller will accept Paypal or Credit Cards. This means that you are protected throughout the transaction. If you transfer cash, make a bank transfer or send a cheque you are not covered for if the Hydrobath gets lost, the seller disappears or you are unhappy with the final product.

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6 Tips on Marketing Your Dog Grooming Business



Marketing a Dog grooming business is a lot like marketing any other type of service. If you can master word-of-mouth, you’re golden. However, you need to have an ongoing stream of customers first. Use these tips I’ve gathered from successful, local groomers in your own place of business and see how your customer base grows.

Dog Grooming Marketing Tip #1: Always Give a Little Bit More.

At the end of the day all your customer really expects is a clean, good looking and good smelling Dog however we think you should always give a little more than they expect. This could be by way of giving away low cost freebies like a mini bottle of Dog Cologne, a magnet with your logo and contact details on (they won’t forget you if that is always stuck on the fridge), biscuits……you see where I am going with this. This will surprise your customer and make them feel that they are getting a really personal service.

I would reccommend looking on Christies Direct for various goodies.

Dog Grooming Marketing Tip #2: Social Media.

Nothing speaks louder than words, and posting photos of your freshly groomed dogs on Twitter and Facebook is bound to get attention and praise. Remember, everyone loves cute pets, that’s why there are sites on the web that make thousands of dollars every year just for finding and posting cute pet photos. It also adds a personality to your brand and gives you an online presence even if you don’t have a website. Facebook is a must and Twitter is a great addition, so that people can chat with you more directly.

Dog Grooming Marketing Tip #3: A Website.

I may have just contradicted myself there, but you need to have some, any kind, of online presence. Without looking up your phone number and calling directly, you need to tell people when your hours are, how much your services are, and what you offer. Additionally, it’s a great idea to offer some kind of online scheduling tool so that people can make appointments online. A tool that sends them an email reminder when their appointment is coming up is even better. K9 have an in house designer who can design you a stylish website either as part of the marketing package or on it’s own, it will be designed to match your van artwork, leaflets, business card etc so that you can promote yourself as a professional branded company, this way in time people around the town will recognise you immediately.

Dog Grooming Marketing Tip #4: Offer cheap washes.

Any business struggles at the beginning, when you first start out you do the obvious, like leaflet drops, posters, hand out business cards etc. In addition to this why not hold an opening day and offer cheap washes, just washes no clipping or styling. If you are running a mobile dog grooming business then this could be held at a local popular dog walking spot, if it’s muddy then dog owners would bite your hand off for a cheap quick wash and dry before putting the Dog back in the car.

This will stick in their mind and when they decide to book their Dog in for a groom they will think of you before anyone else.

Dog Grooming Marketing Tip #5: Offer an “open kitchen”.

Your customers, especially the ones who have never had their dog groomed before will be a little apprehensive, they want to see that you are taking good care of their ‘best buddy’.

Great marketing is allowing your customers to come in and see exactly what’s going on. Offering an “open kitchen”, so to speak, where customers can watch you trim and style their Dog when they walk in, will make them feel at ease. Watching you interact with their dog with love and care will make them feel at ease straight away.

Sometimes however this is not a good idea, speaking with other Groomers some have said that as soon as the Dog see’s his/her owner they become unsettled so perhaps instead you can give them the option to come and see you groom another Dog, that way they can still see how you interact with the Dogs.

Dog Grooming Marketing Tip #6: Offer a loyalty rewards program.

Dog grooming is not a necessity for all dog owners. In many cases, it’s a luxury. That’s why it’s a great idea to offer discounts and rewards to frequent customers. These rewards will not only remind customers to come back, but will encourage them to keep coming back to you, rather than going somewhere else.

Above all, remember to compliment and praise every Dog that comes in, even the most ruthless dogs. Their pet is a member of their family, and just like you wouldn’t tell someone that their baby cries too much or has big ears, you shouldn’t do this to their beloved Dogs either. Every customer who walks out the door should feel like you loved their pet the same way that they do.

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Starting a Mobile Dog Grooming Business


Many newly qualified dog groomers are attracted to the Mobile Dog Grooming business.  As a new business set-up the advantages are obvious; no premises to secure, no long term lease (and rent) commitments, lower overheads, greater location flexibility, etc. etc.  There is even the opportunity to have all the business set-up work done for you by taking one of the franchises for mobile grooming.

From your customer’s perspective there is the convenience of having the dog groomer attend at their home.  Many people find this less stressful for both the dog and themselves as there is no traveling involved, no traffic, parking, leaving their dog behind, etc. etc.  A mobile dog grooming service is invaluable for any pet owners who are housebound or have mobility difficulties.

Estimates show that there are almost seven million dogs in the UK, with over 85% of owners stating that their pets are for companionship.

The mobile dog grooming business has been around for a long time, but has seen a noticeable increase in popularity in recent years, as our lifestyles have changed.  More and more dog owners have a busy life, giving a greater inconvenience in visiting the dog grooming salon to drop off and collect their dogs within normal opening times.  Obviously, many dog owners simply enjoy the convenience of having the groomer visit their home. Some owners prefer to have the dog groomer visit their home as they find their dog is much calmer and happier about the grooming experience and is out of their home for a much shorter period of time.

There are still many towns that don’t have sufficient coverage from good quality mobile dog groomers and you should research your market and potential operating area thoroughly when formulating your plans.  Even in locations that already have mobile grooming services operating, there is always room for one more!

Whether you’re at the stage where you’re just interested in the possibility of taking a course in dog grooming to enter the dog grooming business, a recently trained dog groomer or a professional groomer looking to branch out on your own, here’s ten good reasons for considering a mobile dog grooming business:

 

  1. You get to know your customers better on a one-to-one basis.  You will have time to get to know their wants and desires for their individual dog.
  2. Higher fees are chargeable.  This is a personalised service and your customers understand that fees for a mobile dog grooming service will generally be higher than those charged at a dog grooming salon. 
  3. You will be able to pick up additional business at some appointments.  Your customer’s neighbours and friends may wish to utilise your dog grooming service whilst at the appointment (your other appointment times permitting).
  4. No long-term commitment to premises.  No leases to sign, premises maintenance and repairs or local taxes to pay.  No fixed opening and closing times and your investment is going into your own vehicle and mobile grooming business.
  5. A convenient way to work.  Less interruptions from other customers arriving and leaving, less telephone interruptions.  The dog which you are grooming will be less stressed and better behaved in the one-on-one environment.
  6. Existing customers quickly spread the word about your unique and convenient dog grooming service.  Generating increased business for you and a quick growth to your determined capacity.
  7. Free daily advertising for your service.  Vehicle lettering on your mobile grooming unit is a constant FREE advertising billboard for your mobile dog grooming business, generating new interest and enquiries daily.
  8. You get a break between clients.  An excellent stress-buster, time to yourself between appointments.
  9. Take time off when you need to.  No need for excuses, just don’t book an appointment during the times that you need to be away from your business  – and if you choose to make up the time,  you have the flexibility to book other out of hours appointments to balance your working time.
  10. Satisfaction and pride.  You’re offering a unique and valued professional dog grooming service; you should take pride in your success.

A mobile dog grooming business has a good future in the UK market, either as a stand-alone business or as a profitable add-on for an existing pet grooming business.  Besides a lucrative business income, working from your mobile grooming van or trailer can offer comparatively low start up costs, lower overheads than a shop-based salon and a stress free working environment.


A Mobile Dog Grooming Business Franchise

 

The mobile dog grooming business has attracted a number of franchising companies to the market.  Buying into a franchise is an easy way to get into the mobile dog grooming business and the grooming marketplace.  You are able to follow an established business plan with start-up and ongoing support from the franchisor with training, advertising and marketing, branding and ‘head office’ back up support.

 

Many mobile dog grooming franchises offer a complete training package for the newcomer, from training in dog grooming skills and operating management right through to the technical support and marketing package that you need to run your day to day mobile grooming business.  A good mobile dog grooming franchise opportunity will provide you with a proven business model, established branding, help and support from the franchisor and a better chance of getting finance to start your business.

 

BUT…..  If you’re considering starting a mobile dog grooming business and one of your options is to take on a franchise business, then you should consider all aspects of the franchised business – often missing from the ‘sales pitch’ from the franchisors.  

 

Normally, a franchise will be granted for a given geographic trading area and if you operate outside this area, it may be considered an infringement of your operating license.  The trading area is often defined by either population/households, or by town/regional boundaries.  You will need to do your homework to determine if your licensed area will generate sufficient dog grooming business  to support you  when it is fully established and working at it’s maximum customer level.  Many franchisors quote example numbers of dogs groomed per day, per week, or per year; take the time to establish if these examples are practical and/or achievable.

Carefully consider the start-up and ongoing costs of the vehicle for your franchised business.  How much are you paying for your vehicle?  What do the vehicle costs include/exclude?  How much will you pay for continued use of your vehicle, and what is its expected life span?  What is the financial position in respect of your dog grooming vehicle at the time that your vehicle needs to be replaced?


Some franchises will charge you a fee to start trading, followed by a monthly ‘license fee’ for continued use of their trading name and area.  Some companies levy a profits-related or turnover-related charge, as well as (or instead of) the monthly fee. Establish how this works and calculate the associated costs to your business.  How is it collected?  …and if it’s collected in arrears, ask the questions about what happens when your license term ends.  If you should decide to terminate your franchise at some time in the future what are the costs and consequences?

We are not suggesting that a franchise is wrong for a mobile dog grooming business, we are simply advising that you should enter into any such agreement with your eyes open and aware of any possible costs or pitfalls.  Bear in mind that the primary interest of the franchisor must be to keep their own business profitable  – if this is dependant on the profitability of your own franchised business then they have an incentive to make sure you’re as successful as possible.  However, if they have built in safety measures in your franchise agreement that preserves their own income whilst not protecting yours, then the motives for offering you such a franchise business may be open to your further scrutiny.

 

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Three Recession Proof Pet Jobs For Animal Lovers

Are you an animal lover looking for a recession-proof job? Then check out these three great oportunities that put you working one-on-one with pets.

When it comes to spending habits, We lavish money on our pets, spending over £4 billion on pet services. As a result, pet jobs for animal care and service workers are expected to outpace other sectors by some considerable margin.

For those who love animals and want to cash in on caring for the cute and cuddly, here are three in-demand, pet jobs. Most don’t require formal job training and allow you to set your own hours and work schedule.

These pet jobs also offer low-cost initial investment, and to find out if pet jobs fit into your future, read on.

 

 

Pet Sitter

Professional pet sitters care for pets in the pets’ own homes, giving them water, food, and attention once or twice daily for about an hour at a time while their owners are away. Some sitters even provide overnight stays.

Income potential: Pet sitters usually charge hourly per-visit fees. Holidays and summer months are the busiest seasons, with early morning and late evening hours typical for these pet jobs. Typical charges are £13 per hour and more for pets who have special needs and workload can vary from 5 to 25 pets per week.

Startup costs: Because you are entering someone’s home and are responsible for their pet 24/7 while the owners are away, we strongly recommend pet-sitting insurance. Others costs include a reliable car, fuel, pet treats and toys.

Dog Walker

Dog walkers typically work — and walk — six to eight hours per day, with one or more dogs. Some also offer obedience training.

Income potential: Dog walkers can earn £10-20 per hour depending on their services, so potential earnings can easily reach £20-30,000 per year.

Startup costs: Startup costs for these pet jobs are extremely low and would include pet insurance, a vehicle, and, if needed, some marketing and education.

 

 

Pet Groomer

Groomers get Fido and Fifi looking dapper (yes, there are cat groomers, too) through combing, bathing, nail-cutting and shearing. You can operate either from your home, a Salon or a Mobile Grooming Van using the K9 Hydrobath to provide the most efficient and effective bathing solution. K9 Mobile Grooming Supplies manufactures Fully Equiped Grooming Vans and a range of Hydrobaths to suit all needs and pockets.

Income potential: Pay is £30,000 to £50,000 per year, even based on charges at the low end, from £15 to £30 per groom, eight to 10 dogs per day, five days a week. To see if you want to become a self-employed groomer, why not try working for someone else first in pet jobs such as bathers or combers.

Startup costs: Groomers can operate out of their own home, a shop or a mobile grooming van. Costs for basic grooming supplies and home modifications, such the K9 Hydrobath, Grooming Tables and Dryers, are minimal. Starting your own shop costs £30,000 to £100,000, and a fully fitted Mobile Grooming Van is £25,000. Other costs would include pet insurance, and, if needed, some marketing and some education.

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Hydrobaths…..the latest craze to hit the UK!! Do you know the benefits?

Many are still puzzled about what Hydrobaths really are and how they can help in taking better care of dogs. Some may even see it as a piece of indulgent equipment, since bathing dogs can easily be done with a water hose and a friendly soap, depending on the needs of the dog’s coat.

However, what you should know is that Hydrobathing is one good way to take best care and pamper your dogs as it works magnificently as a grooming method with so many other benefits that your pet dog can take advantage of. To help you unlock the mystery over these equipments, here are some commonly asked questions along with the needed facts.

A Hydrobath is a combination bathtub and power bather that uses a specially designed recirculation pump. This pump produces a high volume mix of water and shampoo delivered powerfully enough to penetrate the thickest coats, yet gently enough to massage the skin. All in the fraction of the time taken by normal bathing methods.

A dog requires deep cleaning of their coats for a good number of reasons. One is for parasite control. As parasites always come from the outside then start lingering in the coats in their way to climb into the insides of your pet, a thorough cleaning is highly recommended regularly, most especially if they are already inflicted with the pests.

As most doctors and veterinarians would put it, prevention is always better than cure, especially with your pets, who cannot exactly say whatever it is they are feeling, it is always the best to think ahead. Do not wait until your pets already have parasites inside them, competing with the nutrients you are feeding them with. Instead, make sure that they are clean regularly.

Hydrobathing is also an excellent tool for applying a both coat treatments for certain skin conditions and flea and tick problems. As the solution can be easily mixed and applied through the spray head, you can be guaranteed that the treatments will be efficiently absorbed by your pet, the water can easily penetrate the coat, that it effectively removes dry dead skin cells, flea eggs, and other soot and small particles imbedded in the skin, leaving your dog with an improved skin, healthier coat, and feeling fresher and even lighter afterwards.

Hydrobaths are also simply amazing for just pampering your pets. The hydro-combing action of the spray head will help a lot in stimulating the skin, in turn, providing a good massage for your pet, allowing better blood circulation, and relieving of tired muscles which are especially good for older dogs.

Hydrobaths guarantee a cleaner feel to your pets, whatever breed they may be, as there is no such thing as a thick coat with the penetrating ability of these equipments. With a clean dog, you can be sure that your pet is happier and healthier, in turn, giving you fewer worries about him or her.

 

 

 

 

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Dog Microchips and Identification

It’s one of the worst things imaginable: losing a pet. It can make pet owners feel so helpless. The statistics are high and state that one in three pets will get lost. And consider that 90 percent of those that aren’t identified won’t be recovered.

The old way of looking for a lost pet involved knocking on your neighbors’ doors and putting posters up on phone poles. While these tactics can still be very useful, identification systems for animals have almost made them obsolete.

Tagging Your Pet

Most municipalities require pet owners to license their pets and with that comes tags. In addition to these, most pet owners “tag” their pets with their name, address and phone number.

Benefits of tagging your pet:

  • By licensing, you are in the local animal control’s database.
  • Pet tags are inexpensive.
  • You can be creative with your pet tag and make it stand out.
  • Updating your information if you move is quick and easy.

Disadvantages of tagging your pet:

  • Tags can fall off
  • If you don’t keep your pet’s tag up-to-date, he may not be returned to you.

Microchipping Your Pet

Many breeders and humane shelters offer the option of microchipping your pet before you take them home. Your vet can also microchip your dog at any age.

A microchip is placed between a dog or cat’s shoulder blades with a needle. Animals stay awake while it’s done. It is about the size of a grain of rice so animals aren’t aware they’ve been “chipped.” The owner then registers the chip number.

A receiver in the microchip picks up a low-frequency radio wave sent via a scanner, and the identification number in the chip is received, read and then displayed on the scanner. Most vets, rescue centers and animal wardens have scanners, though not all microchips and scanners are compatible.

Advantages of Microchipping:

  • Quick and easy insertion with very little pain.
  • Microchips are compatible with living tissue.
  • Microchips are designed to last for 25 years.
  • Microchips have been proven to aid in pet identification even after prolonged absence.

Disadvantages of Microchipping:

  • Microchips have been know to work free of the skin. Be sure to also have a pet ID tag on your dog or cat at all times.
  • Different places use different scanners. This means that a dog or cat could pass through a shelter without being identified. Luckily, universal scanners are slowly becoming more available. The next step is to adopt the international standard frequency microchip, but that would mean re-microchipping.
  • A microchip is not a GPS device. You cannot follow your pet with it.
  • The insertion can cause problems for some pets.

Pet Identification GPS Tracking Device

GPS Tracking Devices, about the size of a business card – are worn on your pet’s collar. You can track your pet’s location by calling or texting the device and get his exact location, and even directions.

Benefits of a GPS tracking device:

  • Your pet can be located at almost any locale.
  • The device can direct you in real time so if your pet won’t stay still, you can still find him.
  • No insertion under the skin is needed.

Disadvantages of a GPS tracking device:

  • These devices tend to be more expensive than a microchip and can require a monthly subscription.
  • There can be limited cell phone coverage or internet connectivity in some areas.
  • They can come loose from the collar and get lost.

Pet Recovery Services

Pet Recovery Services offer several ways to help you find your pet. Organizations such as Dogster have large networks of members and participants. Combining technology, community resources and social networking, Dogster’s Together Tag can help you find your lost pet.

Advantages of pet recovery services:

  • A database of pets, including your own, with information on the pet and the owner. Some work with the major lost pet databases around the country and, thus, provide good coverage.
  • Information and picture of your pet is sent to all members within a certain radius if your pet is lost.
  • A pet recovery service contacts shelters, vets, animal control and more in your area, should your pet go missing.

Disadvantages of pet recovery services:

  • There is no way to track your pet once he’s lost (unless members in the community post having seen him).
  • There’s no guarantee that members will be of help.

Using pet recovery services in conjunction with tagging, microchipping and/or GPS devices can really help ensure that you find your pet. But don’t forget that putting posters up around the neighborhood is still a good way to go.

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