Keeping Your Pets Safe This Holiday Season Tuesday 23 December 2014 @ 06:17

Xmas Cat

Tis the season to be thinking of holidays, warm weather, time away from work, and of course visits to and from family as we prepare to celebrate Christmas. But let's not forget those family members who can't speak up for themselves, but who are just as important. Even the best of pets can go missing over the holiday break, so here's a handy hint about keeping them safe while you're enjoying your well-earned rest.

Coming home to find your pet has disappeared is stressful for both you and your pet. That's not what anyone should be doing over Christmas; it's a time for joy, not anxiety or worry.

Every holiday away from home brings the dilemma of what to do with the family pets, but keeping animals safe over the festive season shouldn't be a chore. Your four legged friends deserve to relax over the holidays as much as you do. If you are only away for a couple of days, you can ask a neighbour to keep an eye on your cats, dogs, birds, rabbits, or whatever other member of the animal kingdom makes its home with you. But even the best of neighbours can't replace you, and sometimes Fido et al will go wandering and get lost.

That's where Lost Pet Finders comes in. At Lost Pet Finders, you can let those thousands of people who use our website to keep an eye out for your pet. You post a description, or even better, a photo of your pet and the approximate area you think he or she may have wandered into. Anyone spotting your pet can easily check details on the Lost Pet Finders' website and send a notification to you to say your pet has been located.

Xmas DogIt's free and easy to register your pet on the website. You can even pre register your pet so you can be ready if it ever goes missing in the future. Pre-registering takes the hassle out of that last minute worrying before going on holiday.

Enjoy your Christmas break, and make sure all family members do as well, by visiting the website that does its bit in reuniting lost pets with their owners. It's free to register, and your pet's profile will stay on our website for as long as you like. You can also register for Pet Alerts for a small fee.

To all our users, and all of your pets out there, have a safe and happy holiday.

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