The "Intellitag lost pet instructions," located in your pet's vault, allow you to provide a pet rescuer with the information necessary to quickly reunite you with your lost pet, should your pet ever go missing.
If your pet becomes lost, a pet rescuer trying to assist your pet simply enters your pet's Intellitag assigned 8-digit identification number at www.petnotify.com/found, through their desktop or mobile device.
The pet rescuer receives confirmation with the pet's photo, and provides their contact information with pick-up instructions, which is immediately shared with you.
Pet Notify immediately provides the pet rescuer "Intellitag lost pet instructions" from your pet's vault, and confirmation that the pet parent has been notified.
Intellitag will text, email, and call you with the pet rescuer's contact information and pickup instructions to prevent lifesaving communications from being missed.
I can only wait with Elsie for about 30 minutes as I am on my way to a job interview and then the airport. You can pick Elsie up at
2910 39th Street, Seattle WA.
Intellitag will text and email your backup emergency network if you're unable to respond, ensuring your pet's safe return home, even when you can't be there.
Every year more than 10 million pets go missing and over 6 million are killed on roadways in the U.S. alone. Many pets never make it home due to delayed recovery times resulting in fatal injuries, and euthanasia.
While a phone number on your tag is important, it does not provide automated pet care and emergency contact instructions to your pet's rescuer. It also does not send a backup text and email providing the rescuer's name and your pet's pickup location, all of which Intellitag delivers today.
While Microchips are a necessary backup to your pet's tag, why take the risk in waiting for a Good Samaritan who is willing to transport your pet to a vet or shelter to be scanned and be exposed to the dangers of being fatally injured? Also, microchips are only successful in reuniting lost pets with their families 52% of the time as they can move on the pet's body and become undetectable.
GPS devices are costly and have short battery lives. Additionally, they do not provide your pet's rescuer with the information to care for your pet or the ability to send automated lost pet communications to you and your emergency network for your pet's quick and safe return home.