What to expect now that you are registered with LPF?

What to expect from FREE service?


  • PUBLIC LISTING WITH NO TIME LIMIT
    Your pet will be publicly displayed in our LOST & FOUND for as long as you need.
     
  • TIPS AND SUPPORT
    You will be getting emails from us with our best tips on how to maximise your search, you can opt out of them at any time.
     
  • FACEBOOK POST
    Upon your request your pet will be posted on our facebook page. If your pet is not home soon, we are also happy to re-post.
     
  • LEADS VIA EMAIL
    You may get a message via the website, so check your email spam/junk box regularly in case the message ends up there.
     
  • LEADS VIA FACEBOOK
    You may get a sighting or a lead reported via your Facebook post, so check it regularly and let people know you are the owner by commenting or tagging yourself.
     
  • REMINDERS
    You will be receiving email reminders about your listing, as we try and keep our database up to date.
     
  • LOST PET ALERTS FROM OTHER MEMBERS
    LPF community is based on the mutual help and support of its members. Please consider before opting out or switching your settings off in your Pet Alert tab.


I have issued a PET ALERT. What to expect?

  

  • Your Pet Alert EMAILS will go out immediately after your payment.
     
  • Your Pet Alert PHONE CALLS AND TEXTS will go out asap between 10 am to 7 pm.
     
  • You will receive a RECEIPT for your Alert with the information on who we contacted, the size of the coverage areas and the list of Pet Professionals included.
     
  • Your pet will get a FACEBOOK POST on one of our walls automatically. You will receive an email with instructions on how to find it and how to get the boost.
     
  • Your post will get a FACEBOOK BOOST, which means it will appear on local facebook users’ timelines as an ad at no extra cost.
     
  • As a result of the Alert you may receive a call from a PET PROFESSIONAL or a member of public, so keep your phone handy and charged.
     
  • As a result of the Alert asking your NEIGHBOURS to check their sheds and garages you pet may get released and will make its way back home.
     
  • You may get a sighting or a LEAD reported in your Facebook post comments, so check them regularly and let people know you are the owner. 
I haven’t issued a PET ALERT. What is a PET ALERT?

 

  • Pet Alert is a rapid mass notification system that helps you canvass the local area with emails, phone broadcasts and SMS with the description of your pet.
     
  • It goes out once and the price depends on the size of the coverage area and how many contacts we have within it.
     
  • We can target our Private Members, Pet Professionals (like vets, pounds, councils and etc), as well as the General Public who are not members of our website but reside in the immediate area.
     
  • As an additional service, we also post the Pet Alert on our Facebook automatically and boost the post, which means that we sponsor the post so that it appears on local facebook users’ timelines as an ad.
     
  • Pet Alert is an optional service and you do not need to use it, but if you wish to issue one you can always do so by clicking ‘Raise an Alert’ under your pet’s picture in Your Account.

  • We have really great results with the Pet Alert service. Just check our REUNITED PETS page.

 

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