(TSX: PTZ) Pethealth Inc. ("Pethealth" or "the Company") today announced its financial results for the quarter and six months ended June 30, 2011.
Cloud based application gaining greater acceptance amongst animal control organisations.
(TSX: PTZ) Pethealth Inc. (“Pethealth” or the “Company”) – Economic data from the United States relating to job losses and municipal budget cuts is prompting more animal control organisations to seek outsourcing their software and data hosting needs to Pethealth Inc., owners of the PetPoint animal management application.
Pethealth Inc. releases its June PetPoint Report, a monthly gauge of both pet adoptions and relinquishments affecting animal welfare.
(TSX:PTZ) Pethealth Inc.—Transfers of cats out of reporting animal welfare organizations (“AWOs”) increased 20% year on year, continuing an unbroken nine month trend, according to the June PetPoint Report. Inbound transfers of cats also increased by 6% year on year, reversing a seven month declining trend.
Nationally recognized animal welfare organization partners with leading pet insurance provider to offer comprehensive private-labelled insurance.
(TSX:PTZ) Pethealth Inc. (“Pethealth” or the “Company”), the second largest provider of pet health insurance, and the leading provider of management software and RFID microchip technology to animal welfare organizations in the United States and Canada, is pleased to announce it has signed a strategic agreement with the Wisconsin Humane Society. Under the terms of the agreement and expanding on its existing relationship with the Wisconsin Humane Society, Pethealth will now offer the Wisconsin Humane Society Pet Insurance Program (“WHS Pet Insurance”), a comprehensive line of pet health insurance packages covering accidents and illnesses, including hereditary conditions, for dogs and cats.
Pethealth Inc. releases its May PetPoint Report, a monthly gauge of both pet adoptions and relinquishments affecting animal welfare.
(TSX:PTZ) Pethealth Inc.- Adoption fees for dogs over 1 year of age increased 2% year on year to reach a peak average of $95, the highest average adoption fee reported in that segment since 2006, according to the May PetPoint Report. Average adoption fees for dogs under 1 year increased 4%. Conversely adoption fees for cats over and less than 1 year of age declined 16% and 6% respectively.
Adoptable search site Petango connects potential adopters with homeless pets via Petmatch.
(TSX:PTZ) Pethealth Inc.- Are you ready to meet your Petmatch? Adoptable search site Petango.com is pleased to announce the launch of Petango Petmatch™, the first and only adoptable search service connecting potential adopters with homeless pets based on lifestyle and characteristics via a real time, live feed of adoptable pets from shelters across North America.
Pethealth’s animal management software works on the ground and online as displaced pets flood Joplin Humane Society in wake of disaster.
(TSX:PTZ) Pethealth Inc. (“Pethealth” or the “Company”)—After the second devastating round of tornadoes in less than a month, Pethealth staff are once again working on the ground and online to assist a local shelter coping with rescue and relief efforts for displaced pets, this time in Joplin, Missouri. Following the worst tornado recorded in the nation in 60 years, the Joplin Humane Society now finds itself in the position of managing a dramatic influx of terrified animals being brought in from the wreckage.
Mississippi floodwaters threaten to displace tens of thousands of people and their pets.
(TSX:PTZ) Pethealth Inc.- As flood waters threaten to displace tens of thousands of people in the Mississippi river basin, the Louisiana SPCA has prepared for the worst by transferring their adoptable pets out of state with the help of the PetPoint Transfer Network, the first and only nationwide logistics platform for the coordination of transfers between animal welfare groups.
Pethealth Inc. releases its April PetPoint Report, a monthly gauge of both pet adoptions and relinquishments affecting animal welfare.
(TSX:PTZ) Pethealth Inc. - Seizures of dogs and cats by law enforcement agencies increased 10% and 11% respectively year over year, accounting for over 7% of all dogs and cats entering shelters in April, 2011, according to the April PetPoint Report. Trends based on data collected since September also indicate seizures are increasing as a percent of all dogs and cats entering shelters, pointing to the expanding role of animal cruelty and law enforcement within the animal welfare and sheltering community.
(TSX: PTZ) Pethealth Inc. ("Pethealth" or "the Company") today announced its financial results for the quarter ended March 31, 2011.