Hi ,

Tony here.

I would personally like to thank you for registering .

Having experienced the stress of looking for a lost pet, that knot in your stomach and the sense of dread is horrible so I understand what you are going through.

I have noticed that you have not sent a Pet Alert yet. There can be many reasons for this and feel free to let me know of any issues with the site via email but if you really want to find your pet this is the way to do it.

Pet Alert gives you access to a huge community of Pet Professionals and Pet Owners many of which have been where you are now and are waiting to offer help, advice or encouragement.

Pet Alerts also SMS and call the public with your pets description and contact information.

We have a large following on Facebook and by advertising your pet on facebook it will show up like those ads you see on your Facebook page but is targeted to those in your area.

To send a pet alert just log back in and click on the alert button under the picture of your pet. You can find it here.

If you are still not sure you can read about how we have helped others here.

If you need help or advice about sending a Pet Alert please call 1300 725 640.

If you have already found your pet (I hope you have) please update the listing. We have a very active community and searching for a pet that has already been found is annoying because we could be helping someone else. Click the Update Status button under the picture of your pet. Click here.

Thank you for taking the time to read this and I hope your pet is in your arms tonight.

Yours sincerely

Tony Ryder


"We lost our feathered companion on the 18th March 2014 in the evening. The following day we placed the word out to all the veterinary clinics in the area and also placed an alert on parrot alert and lost pet finders.

On the 19th March the campaign on lost pet finders was up and running. Lost pet finders notified their network members within the search radius stipulated by me. Thankfully, the call was picked up by one the network members, as they say the rest is history.
When you lose your companion, get in early. The first 48 hours are crucial. We found Maya in 36 hours. Nothing short if remarkable and lucky. As the saying goes, you make your own luck. Had we not placed an alert on lost pet finders, Maya may not have been so lucky. For all its worth, Thank You. Regards, Ketan” Carnegie Veterinary Clinic & Carnegie Cat Cottage