Important Info for Whoever is Taking Care of the Pet
Each PetHub ID tag displays a smartphone scannable QR code and a web address–both of which can be used to view a pet’s online profile. This profile contains pet-specific information such as detailed medical requirements, food allergies, and multiple people to contact in case someone finds a pet away from home.
5 Key Benefits of PetHub
1. Client Communication is Easier
A recently launched feature brings Pet Sitters and clients closer together. The application allows the Pet Sitter to get instructions from and leave updates for clients in one central location throughout the day. It also means having a permanent ongoing activity log which can be helpful when looking for behavioral or health-related trends.
2. Peace of Mind for Owners and Sitters
Each time Rover’s tag is scanned, his owner gets an email notification which includes a GPS map of his location. This cool optional feature can be used in many ways–for example, a Dog Walker can let a client know where she walked Rover today or what time she checked him into the Groomer.
3. Pet Care Instructions are Always Available
The PetHub solution means that everything that a Pet Sitter needs to remember about the client’s pet–including medications and allergy reminders–is right there in the pet’s online profile.
4. A Pet Sitter Can Easily be the Primary Point of Contact
A Pet Sitter’s contact information can be marked as primary point of contact in the Pet Profile, so if the pet goes missing while they’re in charge, whoever scans the lost pet’s tag will know to contact the Sitter rather than the owner. And when leaving the pet home during an out-of-town trip, the pet’s owner can make the Pet Sitter the main point of contact with just the click of a button so they’ll be the first one notified if someone scans their PetHub tag.
5. Owner’s Other Contacts are Current
In case a Pet Sitter needs help with a pet and the owner isn’t available, they’ll have easy access to the owner’s current back-up contacts. This could be the vet, a neighbor, a friend or a nearby relative.
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By Sarah Zumhofe