LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Cat and dog adoptions during the Covid-19 pandemic have reached record levels. But now as holidays, strange people, decorations and deliveries arrive, cats and dogs may escape and that has Gilad Rom, founder of pet tracking system Huan, concerned.
“We know this is a time of year when pets get out and with shorter days come increased predator activity which is really dangerous for cats and small dogs,” says Rom, adding, “There are estimates that about 20 percent of an urban coyote’s diet is domestic cats. We can do more to help our pets get home if they get out.”
Huan, the tiny .02 ounce tag attached to a pet’s collar and linked to an app on the owner’s phone, uses Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) signals to track and find lost pets. And that has helped save thousands of dog and cats’ lives.
Huan is offering a 30% discount off its $30 tags on all purchases of its new “Tiny Tags” at www.gethuan.com A portion of Huan’s profits supports partner animal rescue organizations.
For interviews with Gilad Rom please contact John Lockhart at email@example.com or call (800) 600-7111 x 224.