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|Posted on May 9, 2014 at 12:59 PM||comments (152)|
We are excited to announce a new complimentary 30 days of pet insurance from our partner,
PetFirst is introducing a new adoption insurance program to all Petfinder member
organizations that provides a complimentary 30-days of Pet Insurance for all dogs and
cats adopted. This program is available in all US states and Washington DC, but not NY at
this time. The program is also currently unavailable in Canada.
The 30-day coverage plan ensures the pets you adopt out are covered for accidents and
illnesses. This plan provides $1,000 aggregate/ $500 per-incident limit of accident and
illness protection. It reimburses 100% of vet bills after a $50 per-incident deductible.
Adopters have the option to extend or upgrade their coverage at the time of activation.
There is no cost to the adopter or to your organization for this 30-day protection.
To activate the insurance, pet parents must call 1-855-710-7387. The insurance is not
active until the adopter activates it, and is not retroactive to the date of the
adoption. Once their insurance is active, they use the veterinarian of their choice and
submit their bills for reimbursement, which PetFirst processes in as little as two weeks.
Please encourage adopters to extend their coverage. PetFirst data shows 63% of claims
occur after the 30-days following adoption. Extending protection helps keep pets in their
homes by mitigating returns for health-related issues and alleviating financial strain on
adopters due to high veterinary bills.
If you have any questions about the PetFirst adoption insurance program, or would like
leaflets to provide to your adopters, please contact Chelsea Mull with PetFirst at [email protected]
etfirst.com or 812-206-6979.
You can find more information and all program materials at http://pro.petfinder.com/petfir
- Petfinder Outreach Team
|Posted on February 12, 2014 at 3:16 PM||comments (22)|
|Posted on January 28, 2014 at 1:45 PM||comments (24)|
Dear Petfinder members,
We all know the disappointment of locating a microchip in a found pet, only to discover the chip is unregistered. Ensure the pets you are adopting out are not among those and resolve to register each pet in 2014.
In partnership with HomeAgain, for each chip you register your organization will earn a FREE microchip. When you have earned 25 microchips, a box will be sent to you and you will continue to earn free chips. In total, Petfinder members saved over $593,000 in 2013 by earning free microchips through the Chip FurKeeps program!
Educating adopters on the importance of microchipping and keeping contact information updated is an important part of a successful microchipping program. In addition to earning free microchips with each registration, Petfinder and HomeAgain are offering your adopters a discounted registration fee of $10.99 for the first year. This includes LIFETIME microchip registration and the ability to update contact information at no cost.
To register your group
call 1-888-466-3242 (then prompt 4 then prompt 1) They will send you a registration form.
To learn more about the Chip FurKeeps program, please visit http://pro.petfinder.com/chipf
urkeeps for more information.
|Posted on January 24, 2014 at 7:38 PM||comments (29)|
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|Posted on December 13, 2013 at 11:22 AM||comments (23)|
I am very happy to inform you that Riverlands SPCA has been awarded a grant from the Louisiana Animal Welfare Commission (LAWC). The commission reviewed your application and determined that your spay/neuter program was deserving of LAWCâ€™s support.
LAWC appreciates the work your organization carries out for the welfare of animals in Louisiana.
Thank you for all that you do!
Gary A. Balsamo, Chair
Louisiana Animal Welfare Commission
Gary Balsamo, DVM, MPH&TM
State Public Health Veterinarian and Assistant State Epidemiologist
Office of Public Health
Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals
|Posted on December 9, 2013 at 12:25 PM||comments (0)|
Very good news... our FB page went from 82 Likes last Sunday to 4140 as of right now. This is powerful ammunition to show the newspapers that people are in favor of the Intact Animal Law - a way to decrease pet overpopulation and license breeders who continue to pump out dogs who fill our shelters.
Every other business must be licensed and regulated and the law says this applies to breeders.
If you have not done so already please like our FB Page at https://www.facebook.com/stopbackyardbreeders
More good news, Tia Torres of Villalobos Animal Rescue and Pit Bulls and Parolees has given us overwhelming support via her huge list of supporters and will post our information every week on her page.
One more thing you all can do, please ask your Veterinarian to support this and any humane groups that you are involved with. All they have to do is send me an email saying they support this law.
Thanks to everyone, together we can make this happen.
|Posted on November 27, 2013 at 12:46 PM||comments (0)|
|Posted on November 26, 2013 at 12:34 PM||comments (0)|
LA ( New Orleans Area) Facebook Page for Lost & Found Pets
Contact:[email protected] if you canâ€™t post and would like your lost or found pet posted on the Facebook page
Check out Lost & Found Pets Site for NOLA Missing Pets Lost and Found https://www.facebook.com/NOLAMissingPets
Â·Facebook page for postings of lost and found pets in the New Orleans area including Metairie, Kenner , Harahan, Westbank, and Northshore.
Â·Anyone can post about a pet they are missing or have found. By posting you understand your post will be shared.
Just wanted to share our lost pets facebook page again, NOLA Pets Lost and Found https://www.facebook.com/NOLAMissingPets
We have had a lot of reunites happen directly as a result of the page. You do not have to have facebook to view it, and people may email me here, [email protected] , if they would like their pet posted and cannot post themselves
Below are copied some of the lost & found cat posts that had contact info listed. See more lost cats and dogs on the NOLA area Facebook page.
11/2 post Lost in St. Bernard.
Lost Tuesday night in Lexington place from 4420 Ehrhard. 6 weeks old microchiped. Please if anyone has seen her let me know. She was bought for my daughter. She has a tattoo from being fixed on her stomach . Female named Baby Cat. Please if you have seen this kitten contact Amy (504) 274-6922