PETS 911 believes that if you consolidate all the adoption, lost and found, veterinarian/emergency clinic, fostering, volunteer, shelter/clinic, and health and training information out there and give the public a single and easy place to find this information; education will substantially increase and euthanasia will decrease. That is our mission.
Please take a few moments to look at our site. You will see that PETS 911 is an answer for not only the public, but also the animal welfare community on how we can all take part in saving the lives of 5 million animals every year.
PETS 911 consists of not only a Web site, but also a toll-free phone, hotline (1-888-PETS-911) that allows everyone to access the important, life-saving information we provide. This is why we consider ourselves a true public service. And, at the same time, we are not competing with our shelter and rescue partners for donation dollars. We thank our partners for making PETS 911 possible.
PETS 911 has partnered with many of the nation’s largest animal welfare organizations, such as the Humane Society of the United States, SPAY/USA, Alley Cat Allies and thousands of local shelters and rescues across the country to provide this valuable information to the public.
Our media partners have allowed us to include our pet content on their Web sites giving their community even further access to all of PETS 911’s life saving content. This content includes a wealth of services devoted to saving homeless animals and ultimately being a part of the solution to ending pet overpopulation. More importantly, no one is excluded from any of the information PETS 911 provides. Even if a person does not have Internet access, the PETS 911 toll free, bilingual hotline enables access to all of the same information by phone (1-888-PETS-911).
PETS 911 not only provides the public with a valuable resource, we also provide the animal welfare community with tools they can use to promote themselves and their mission.
To effect social change in this country by providing a public service that will one day ensure an environment where all animals are valued companions and have lifetime, loving homes. This network - which is a collaborative effort of animal rescue organizations and services across the country - is easily accessible through both a toll-free phone number and website, which promises easy access to all the local pet information necessary to instill responsible pet ownership and overcome the issue of animal homelessness.