Find your doglost, cat or missing pet in your area within hours with Pet Alert UK!
Hurry! The BOOST by Pet Alert targets a precise geographical area . Your post will be displayed to all residents in a 6 mile radius area, even those who are not members of the Pet Alert UK's regional page.
increase your chances of finding your doglost or cat missing by boosting our Facebook post in your local area!
Pet Alert UK Boost will localize your search in an extremely precise geographical area – a 6 mile radius from where your dog or cat went missing. Last, but not least, your post will be displayed to all residents within the 6 mile radius, even those who are not followers of our page.
PET ALERT™: THE MOST POWERFUL NETWORK IN THE WORLD
Pet Alert is the most powerful network dedicated to the loss of animals in the UK but also in the world. Unfortunately, this success attracts a lot of lust and copies that try to use our brand and notoriety to mislead you. This is why we now regularly publish reach statistics on our network. Pet Alert posts reach over 50,000,000 people around the world every month. On average, 2 million people see our loss notices every day.
PET ALERT: DOGLOST & CAT BEST SOLUTION IN THE UK ?
We strive to reunite you with your beloved companion as quickly as possible. We work hard to help you find your lost companions across the UK, Europe. and USA.
I lost my dog or cat?
The first thing to do if you have lost your doglost (or cat lost) is to post a loss announcement on our PetAlert network for your area. We strongly advise you to use the new BOOST by PET ALERT UK function which allows a massive distribution of your advertisement within a radius of 15km around the place of loss, and this during the first hours. The system has been proven to work and your chances of finding it alive increase dramatically.
If he ran away from your home, chances are your lost dog or cat isn't walking very far. Establish a circle around your home (by bike or on foot is ideal) and gradually enlarge the circle (print a map of the area via Google Earth). If your friends can lend you a hand, it is all the better to increase the chances of finding your lost dog. But don't forget to post your ad now:
If you have FOUND or SEEN an animal, check to see if it is identified with a tattoo number the animal may be in the ear or on its thigh. If you do not notice any outward sign of identification, approach an animal pound, town hall, veterinarian or shelter to check if the animal is identified by a chip or tattoo. But above all, post your found dog or cat ad on PET ALERT UK by clicking on the following button: