Indianapolis Lost Dog Website & Social Network Helps Find Missing Pets

We just found out about a great new website, Indy Lost Pet Alert, which is managed by a local pet-lover whose goal is “reuniting Indianapolis and surrounding area lost pets with their families.”

Indy Lost Pet Alert on Facebook
Click Image Above to Visit and Follow Indy Lost Pet Alert on Facebook

It is rather ingenious to use the power of the internet and social networking to locate a missing precious pet, so we are passing along this information to you.

The organizer of this free-of-charge website and social network for people who have lost or found pets in the Indianapolis area is Danielle Beck, a former marketing manager for a local Humane Society.

As Danielle stated in an email she sent us, “We are just pet lovers who would want someone to do the same for us if we lost our pet!”

Lost, and found, pet notices can be posted on their Facebook page, which in just two months gained nearly 1,000 fans and has helped reunite dozens of pets with their families!

According to Danielle, “Indianapolis has such a wonderful, strong, loving pet community!  I was bothered that there was no central system for shelters to post their lost and found pets – so hopefully we can continue to build this site and decrease the number of strays entering our shelters.”

If your pet goes missing, or if you want to join the effort to reunite lost pets with their loved ones, visit www.IndyLostPetAlert.com.

You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter to see the latest lost and found Indy area pet alerts. Share their posts with your friends to help increase the chance that pets will be reunited with their families!

We just want to say thanks to Danielle and everyone at Indy Lost Pet Alert for the valuable service they are providing to out community. Let’s all show them our support.

Social Networking Grows at Beverly’s Bark Park

Fishers, Indiana: June 8, 2009 – Social Networking isn't limited to just the Internet. At Beverly's Bark Park, dog owners and their are forming social networks of their own. Started as informal gatherings centered around the Bark Park's "Yappy Hour," these organic groups are now meeting seven days a week, with the largest attendance Mondays through Fridays.

Beverly's Bark Park features water stations, park benches, a gazebo, and space for dogs to run & play.

Beverly's Bark Park is a secure, completely enclosed, members-only facility. The beautiful 4-acre park, part of Beverly's Pet Campus, combines the wide open spaces dogs needs to run and play with amenities their owners want for comfort, convenience and safety.

Yappy Hour happens every day from 4:30 – 7:00 P.M. Bark Park members gather together to meet and greet, and share their common bond as pet lovers, while their precious pets burn energy chasing birds and playing together in the park.

In addition to Yappy Hour, the groups Love for Labs and the Puggle Social Group have planned special events at Beverly's Bark Park this summer. For more information about these events, or to book a tour of Beverly's boarding kennel and Bark Park, call 317-773-6550.

Along with a number of "Recession-Buster Specials" on kennel boarding and Bark Park memberships, a free "Day Pass" for non-members and their dogs (restrictions apply) is available on their web site, www.BeverlysPetCampus.com.

About Beverly's Pet Campus: Beverly's, a member of the American Boarding Kennel Association since 1995, serves pets, and their owners, in Indianapolis, Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville and surrounding communities. Their state-of-the-art kennel provides short and long-term boarding, as well as bathing services.