Code Amber, the leader in Amber Alert publication and broadcasting on the Internet since 2002 announced this week the availability of their new service for missing pets, Code Amber Pets.
Code Amber for Amber Alerts has been in operation for over 10 years now. To date they have delivered over 1.9 Billion Tickers to over 480,000 websites and desktops that host the ubiquitous Code Amber Tickers and have published over 600 Amber Alerts in the US and Canada.
“I founded Code Amber over 10 years ago in order to bring awareness of Amber Alert Missing Children reports to the Web community. When we started Code Amber only 13 States had Amber Alert programs in place. Now all 50 states plus Guam and Puerto Rico and all the provinces of Canada have mature, well-functioning Amber Alert programs”, said Bryant Harper, Founder and President of Code Amber.
Harper continued “Now we are bringing all of our resources and experience to this new effort. Our only goal is to do our best to help anyone with a missing pet to be safely reunited with that beloved member of their family as quickly as possible”.
Here's a look at how Code Amber Pets (codeamber.com) helps people reunite with their missing pets, click here for details on how we leverage the power and reach of the Code Amber community of over 500,000 to provide an innovative approach to recovering missing pets.
Both free and premium accounts are available. Some highlights of our Premium service are up to 10 pets on the account, unlimited emailing of the missing pet’s full color poster to friends, family, local veterinarians and animal shelters as well as weekly postings to our social media sites with over 24,000 members and much more.
In keeping with the Code Amber approach to disseminating information to mass audiences on the Internet, there is also a Code Amber Pets’ Ticker available free to everyone. There are currently over 480,000 Code Amber Amber Alert Tickers in circulation and we hope to see that many Pet’s Tickers in the near future.