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Pet Amber Alert for pets

You’ve heard of our Nation’s Amber Alert but did you know there is also a Pet Amber Alert?

Pet Amber Alert is America’s Missing Pet Broadcast Emergency Response Alert System.

Pet Amber Alert uses advanced technology that helps to spread the word about any lost animal whether it’s a dog, cat, bird, or other pet!

Pet Amber Alert's website address is: 

There are two simple steps required to fill out an Amber Alert for your lost pet.

1. Fill out your contact information and information about your pet, such as breed, sex, age, description, location last seen and upload any photos you have of your pet. The Amber Alert Team will review your pet’s case thoroughly and put together an informative, professional poster that you can print and place around your neighborhood. The Poster is emailed or faxed the same day.

2. You choose a package convenient to you. Costs range from $30 to $120. The cost covers several important things. Pet Amber Alert will place thousands of phone calls to your neighbors within minutes with state-of-the-art technology as well as send out alerts to Twitter and Facebook. Pet Amber Alert will also fax or email hundreds of pet related businesses, including local veterinarians, local Shelters, Rabies Animal Control Offices, Media Outlets, Pet Stores, Neighborhood Watch Volunteers, and Police stations, all within a 5-100 mile radius. That’s a tremendous amount of work for your money!

Pet Amber Alert has an easy to remember website address which makes it even more likely that someone will remember who to contact even if the poster they had seen of a lost pet has been removed. Their colorful Logo is also easily remembered and catching on everywhere.

Read Pet Amber Alert’s FAQ’s.

When you “Like” Pet Amber Alert’s Face book Page it is easy convenient to check alerts each day.

You can also follow Pet Amber Alert on Twitter by clicking here:

See Channel 15's News Segment on a beloved pet that was lost and then found through a Pet Amber Alert poster.

                If you are in need of 
                 Pet Amber Alert  
                call them now at: 


What are the benefits of using Pet Amber Alert?

There are many benefits with Pet Amber Alerts, including immediate alerts to hundreds of places including animal shelters, veterinarians, and neighbors, alerting people and places from 5-100 miles from where your pet was lost seen, decreasing the chance they die at a shelter unclaimed, hundreds of people helping, not just a handful and your pet’s information is stored in a large database until he is found!

There you will find a downloadable link to The Lost Pet Recovery Guide. 
The guide is normally $19 but for a limited time; if you act now there is no cost.

If you don’t need the help of Pet Amber Alert right now, and I am thankful for that, it is still good to remember the name and website address in case you ever do.

Please remember that we also have our very own Professional Pet Detective and you can call Deborah immediately so she can start the search on foot with her team of canine detectives!

Missing Pet Detectives 

Call Deborah at: 480-751-9700

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