Your link text

Prevent Lost Pets $150 PetHub Gift Card Giveaway

pethub giveaway

One of the worst things that can happen to a pet parent is for their dog to go missing. If your stolen, lost, or missing dog happens to luck out and end up at a shelter, the chances of a reunion with you increase dramatically if that dog is microchipped. Though collars can be taken off by thieves, identification tags that remain intact, especially something like a PetHub tag using QR code, increase the chances of reunion. If you move or change phone numbers, update the microchip contact info. The bottom line: Keep identification current and get a microchip.

Scary Stats

According to the National Council of Pet Population Study & Policy and the National Humane Society, a family pet is lost every two seconds in North America. The organizations also report that more than 10 million pets are lost each year and one out of three pets will be lost during its lifetime. In honor of National Lost Pet Prevention Month in July, our friends at PetHub have partnered with Fidose of Reality to give away $150 in gift cards for use at PetHub.com. Keep reading.

cute scruffy dog in need

What is PetHub?

My dog has worn a PetHub tag for years, and I feel secure knowing he wears this. PetHub, Inc. is focused on getting lost pets home faster and safer than any other solution available by utilizing current and new technologies, including QR code pet ID tags, NFC wireless technology, GPS mapping, Bluetooth wireless services, and real-time notifications. The company has multiple software and hardware patents pending on its ID tags and Internet service.

PetHub is also a proud Silver Platter Sponsor of Wigglebutts Uncorked!

wigglebutts uncorked

How Does it Work?

A physical ID tag that links to FREE online profile for your pet. That profile can have any information you want, including multiple emergency contacts, license & rabies tag numbers, microchip data, critical medications, and much more.
When someone finds your pet they can get it home in 4 ways:
  1. Scanning a QR code
  2. Typing in the tag’s web address
  3. Tapping the tag with a newer smartphone
  4. Or calling PetHub’s 24-hour “Found Pet Hotline”

What Do They Look Like?

PetHub tags are fantastic and they look amazing. Check out the PetHub store for the designs here.

See?

PetHub identification tags

Where are Other Places I Can Learn About Helping a Lost Pet?

How to Help a Lost Dog

12 Ways to Find a Lost Dog

8 Ways to Get Your Dog Stolen

Contest is closed and the winners are below:

Here’s how to enter:
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Four winners will be drawn at random and each will receive a $20 gift card to PetHub.com.

Sandy Weinstein

Rachel DeHart

Jackie Preas

Kristin Goodson

One grand prize winner will be drawn at random and will receive a $50 gift card to PetHub.com.

Grand prize winner was drawn at random and that is Cathy Armato

Increase your chances of winning by entering every day!

Note: We were not compensated to share this information; Fidose of Reality believes in helping to keep pets safe.

Official Rules Here

USA only, 18 years or older, please.

Comments

  1. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says

    I have a super cool star wars tag for my dog, Milo. I think it’s all kinds of awesome.

  2. Tamara says

    What an amazing giveaway! My dog has the chip but often doesn’t wear a collar when she’s just at home with us. I know that’s horrible. I’m changing that.

  3. Saidah says

    This is something my mom would love for her dog. She just had to share a lot of public dollars to get him new tags and shots and things like that.

  4. Jeanine says

    Oh this is a great idea. My husband was taking our cat to the vet this morning and she busted out of her cat carrier and we now cannot find her. I wish we had something like this!

  5. Bernard Lima-Chavez says

    I’ve been wanting one of these! I think they’re a fantastic idea. I’m going to share this post with my deaf dog community because this is an excellent safety tool for deaf dogs everywhere. Whoo Hoo!

  6. Heather lawrence says

    We don’t have a dog but I always keep my eyes out for the neighbourhood fur babies.
    Our neighbours cat just disappeared a week ago so I know how awful it can be to lose a pet.

  7. angie says

    love this our dog needs some information like this will have our son check into it. I have seen pets that get lost and are returned by their tags and microchip

  8. Mary Jenkins says

    I can’t give advice on preventing pets from getting lost. My dog has separation anxiety so she sticks close to me, but she forces her way out of our front door all the time. We’re just lucky she won’t get out of view of our house!

  9. Margot C says

    I don’t know if it’s a tip exactly; I keep my senior dog near me at all times. His diminished vision means that he could wander off and get very frightened.

  10. Karrie says

    I am always worried about that. They are kept in the house and walked in the backyard but thats not 100 percent as we know. I had microchips put into both of them and i have dog tags with all our information on them.

  11. Mallory H. says

    I think collar tags and a microchip (with CURRENT info) incase the collar/tags come off are the best measures

  12. Jessica Harlow says

    These tags have really cute designs and they can be so important if your dog gets lost. I really need to consider this for our dog. Thanks for sharing!

  13. Rosey says

    I want to get a pup. I may be outvoted by the kids though… crossing my fingers and waiting to see. 🙂

  14. Lexie Lane says

    Pets are so precious to many people but sadly they can get lost quite easily if not looked after carefully. What a great product!

  15. Kristin Goodson says

    ALWAYS keep dogs on a leash and have a collar on them with ID tags. It’s best to microchip them so a vet can identify their owners. Put a fence around your yard to keep things from getting in and your dogs from getting out.

  16. ellen ross says

    Always have them on a leash before you answer the door when the bell rings so they cant run out!

  17. Maryann says

    Great giveaway! Seems like such an important product to have with animals. I would love it if breeders or shelters would give these with each pet sold.

  18. Emma says

    We are collared and chipped. We find a couple dogs a year and not a one of them has ever had an id tag. The only thing one had was a rabies tag so we could call the clinic and give them the number so they could call the owners. We know often dogs escape without collars, but hopefully if we run off we won’t be caught naked. Chip and tag is best!

  19. Cathy Armato says

    These are some very scary stats – a pet is lost every 2 seconds!? Unreal. One of the things I like about this tag is that you don’t need to have a scanner to read the info like you do w/ a microchip; you can use a Smartphone or just type in the web address. I think this tag plus a microchip would be ideal. Neat product and really attractive looking!

  20. Kimberly Dickerson says

    Lost pets make me sad but this idea from PetHub makes me happy, happy, happy! My best tip for helping prevent a lost pet is always use a leash. It’s common sense but I know of many people who’ve lost their pets because they let them go outside to “do their business” without a leash {or supervision}! Yikes!

  21. stacey grantham says

    We have our German Shepherd chipped, as well as tagged. Owners should keep their dog on a leash if they are out walking them, and use care.

  22. heather says

    Best tip I can give to prevent your dog from getting lost is make sure they have a tag on them with your current telephone number on it.

  23. Daniel Scott says

    We have our dog’s microchipped and they have id tags too. I have found collar that has a built in tag and I’m looking into buying them for my dog. My dog has been trained not to dash out the door and he knows the wait command.

  24. Kristen says

    My best tips are to start teaching them as soon as you bring them home to wait at the front door instead of running out, and do not leave them alone in the yard in they are likely to dig out or climb. OH! also. locks on the gate are great if workers/meter readers cannot be relied upon to keep them closed.

  25. Sandy Weinstein says

    always keep tags and keep them on leashes. i am not a big fan of the microchips, good and bad, my oldest has a chip but the 2 younger girls do not, the dog breeder is against them so i did not have them microchipped, they are good but not all readers are not universal. i like the tags and i also like the tattoos like they do with race horses, but not every will check for tattoos on dogs.

  26. Jennifer says

    What a wonderful concept for a pet id tag to be linked to technology so you can find out so many different details right away after a missing or lost pet gets found. My dogs both have microchips and collars with our contact information and their names engraved onto the collars.

  27. Joan Stolar Smith says

    Have an indoor cat and think you don’t need PetHub? Think again 🙂 Our indoor Kitty managed to sneak out recently and was missing for FIVE DAYS. She did come home with no sign of injury or malnourishment; but her collar now proudly displays a PetHub tag. It may be “just in case,” but it’s well worth the minor investment. I love that people who don’t have a Smart Phone to scan the QR code can go to the web address on the tag! Do your indoor pet a favor and get PetHub!

  28. Christine Aiello says

    Always keep a collar and ID tag on your dog. Keep them close by you. Always use a leash when outside.

  29. Pam says

    I have had a PetHub tag for a few years, provides great peace of mind knowing that if my dog was lost I will receive an email with the exact location if anyone would scan her tag.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

shares