Pethealth announces launch of latest innovation in companion animal RFID technology.
(TSX:PTZ) Pethealth Inc. (“Pethealth” or the “Company”), North America’s leading provider of companion animal RFID technology operating in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, today announced it is the exclusive provider of the ground-breaking new ISO-standard MiniChip™, offering a less invasive choice for the use of RFID microchip technology in cats, kittens, and small breed dogs.
Pethealth Inc. releases its November PetPoint Report, a monthly gauge of both pet adoptions and relinquishments affecting animal welfare.
(TSX:PTZ) Pethealth Inc. (“Pethealth” or the “Company”)— Cat intakes declined 6% year on year last month alongside a 13% decrease in euthanasia according to the November PetPoint Report. More specifically, owner surrender and stray cat intakes declined 5% and 9% respectively year on year.
Company representatives go door-to-door delivering claims payments in time for the holidays.
(TSX:PTZ) Pethealth Inc.—There’s nothing quite like the gift of a little extra cash before the holidays, which is why pet insurance representatives of Pethealth Inc. (“Pethealth” or the “Company”) are spreading holiday cheer, going door-to-door, and visiting the Company’s pet insurance clients in Canada and the United States to drop off claims cheques early during the holiday season.
Pethealth Inc. releases its October PetPoint Report, a monthly gauge of pet adoptions and relinquishments affecting animal welfare.
(TSX:PTZ) Pethealth Inc.—Stray cat returns to their rightful owner increased 19% year on year last month according to the October PetPoint Report, with similar percentage increases over the past six months resulting in an average 9% year on year increase during the period beginning May 1st and ending October 31st.
Leading Provider of Companion Animal Microchip Technology Seeks to Create a Culture of Comprehensive Pet Identification.
(TSX:PTZ) Pethealth Inc. (“Pethealth” or the “Company”), the nation’s leading provider of companion animal microchips to North American pet owners, is pleased to announce over 5-million cats and dogs have received the protection of a registered microchip in the 24PetWatch Lost Pet Recovery database. Since May 2009 the database has more than doubled in size, driven largely by the Company’s growing platform within the animal welfare community through which it promotes, amongst other things, a program offering comprehensive pet identification, including microchips, external ID tags, universal scanners, and robust database management supported by 24/7/365 call centre services.
(TSX: PTZ) Pethealth Inc. ("Pethealth" or "the Company") today announced its financial results for the quarter and nine months ended September 30, 2011.
Aggregate data from PetPoint challenges belief that black dogs and cats are harder to adopt.
(TSX:PTZ) Pethealth Inc. (“Pethealth” or the “Company”)—In answer to numerous news articles and anecdotal reports in support of the belief that black dogs and cats are more difficult to adopt and wait longer in shelters, Pethealth has released aggregate data collected through PetPoint animal management system bringing new statistical insight to the discussion.
Pethealth Inc. releases its September PetPoint Report, a monthly gauge of both pet adoptions and relinquishments affecting animal welfare.
(TSX:PTZ) Pethealth Inc. - Euthanasia of cats and dogs declined 12% and 3% respectively year on year according to the September PetPoint Report, marking the thirteenth consecutive month year on year euthanasia of cats has declined. Year on year intakes of cats have also declined steadily, particularly with respect to stray intakes which have exhibited double-digit year on year decreases in ten of the past thirteen months.
Pethealth Inc. releases its August PetPoint Report, a monthly gauge of both pet adoptions and relinquishments affecting animal welfare.
(TSX:PTZ) Pethealth Inc.—Stray intakes of dogs and cats declined 3% and 10% respectively year on year according to the August PetPoint Report. At the same time, euthanasia of dogs and cats declined 4% and 10% respectively, marking the twelfth consecutive month of declining year on year euthanasia of cats.
Pethealth’s animal management software provides most comprehensive support for animal welfare groups facing natural disasters.
(TSX:PTZ) Pethealth Inc. (“Pethealth” or the “Company”)— As wildfires sweep across central Texas, Pethealth staff is once again working on the ground and online with shelters in the area to coordinate rescue efforts and reconnect lost pets with their owners. At the hub of this endeavor is PetPoint, the Company’s nation-leading animal management software through which licensed organizations are able to manage their intakes and outcomes, thereby maintaining efficient and organized operations on a daily basis and in emergency situations.