How Can A 10 Second Recorder Help Save Millions Of Pets Lives?
As technology rapidly advances, devices get smaller and smaller, a 10 second recorder now fits in a 1 ounce pet tag. This tag provides pet's name, address and phone number of their owner which will aid in the pets safe return, if lost.
By: Paul Cola co-owner of PetVoice
April 11, 2010 - PRLog -- PetVoice pet recovery system has pioneered the manufacturing of a remarkable new product. A 1 ounce red heart shaped pet tag containing a 10 second high grade recorder. This device is able to hold vital contact information to aid in the recovery of lost pets. 30% of all pet owners have experienced a loss of a missing pet according to the American Animal Hospital Association. With 63% of all households in America having a pet, that could mean millions of missing pets a year. The ASPCA estimates that 5 to 7 million lost pets enter Animal Shelters yearly with 3 to 4 million of them being euthanized due to a lack of unreliable or no contact information. If the PetVoice tag recorder was the only part of this recovery system it might be in the group of other marginally effective devices like micro chipping or plain dog tags. PetVoice also incorporates the 1st ever consumer driven National Pet Registry. This registry is accessible to PetVoice users and those people that find a lost pet to quickly identify and contact a lost owner. http://petvoice.net/ stores in depth information about your pet, name, breed, color, distinctive markings, Vets name and phone number, health issues to name a few plus your pets photo. All this information ready to be retrieved at a press of a button by those people or agencies that find your lost pet. Statistics show that a majority of lost pets are "not" recovered by Veterinarians, Animal Shelters or Humane Shelters, but by your neighbors. The reason so many pets end up in Animal Shelters is due to the Good Samaritan's that find lost pets and must resort to calling Animal Control due to a lack of current accessible contact information. The very person who can save your pet ends up placing them on death row. New technology is usually expensive when it first comes out but according to Co-owner Paul Cola, PetVoice is priced at $29.95 for the heart shaped pet tag recorder and National Pet Registry. "My partner Steve Luongo and I spent months during it's development trying to find ways to give this device out freely if possible", Cola said. We were committed as pet lovers to stem the epidemic of over 11,000 lost pets that are euthanized each day in America needlessly. The $29.95 price tag includes a life time of protection and is even transferable to another pet.
We are currently in development for a similar product for toddlers, Alzheimer's patients or anyone who has lost the ability to speak for themselves. "If you ever where a parent you know that if you blink your toddler can be 20 feet away from you", Cola states. The critical minutes that a missing child is feared abducted our product along with the unique website will have all the necessary current information and photograph needed at a click of a button anywhere in the world. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWy-XtLmYEE&feature=related
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PetVoice is a 2 part pet recovery system. 1st is a red heart shaped pet tag with a 10 second recorder with your contact information for playback. 2nd part is the 1st ever National Pet Registry that has your pet's info and a photo to aid in reuniting pet.