The PiP app for iPhone and Android uses facial recognition technology to re-unite lost pets with their owners. Should your pet ever become lost, activating the Amber Alert System will ensure your furry friend quickly finds their way home.
Using facial recognition technology, PiP is revolutionizing the process for finding lost pets. Photos of found pets uploaded to our PiP app are analyzed and matched with photos of pets identified as lost. When your pet’s photo and uniquely identifying features are registered in our system, PiP can quickly determine a match between your lost pet and any found pet in the area.
Access to a diverse community network can assist in bringing your lost pet back home. Activating PiP’s Amber Alert System broadcasts an immediate notification of your lost pet to veterinarians, animal control and rescue agencies, PiP subscribers, and social media users within your local area.
In the moment you realize your pet is missing, personalized care to help guide you through the search process is critical. When you activate PiP’s Amber Alert System, a PiP Customer Care Representative contacts you to listen, offer support and identify PiP’s immediate response. PiP will also provide updates of the progress being made in finding your lost pet.
It is important to know your pet is well protected. Registering your pet with PiP provides the assurance that reliable, technologically advanced resources are in place to quickly and safely bring your lost pet back home.
PiP has worked with leading experts in the field of facial recognition technology to develop one of the most advanced pet identification systems. Our system is the solution for ensuring lost pets are re-united with their owners.
“He was beautiful and had obviously been well cared for – his coat was shiny, he was well fed, and he had a great temperament. During the process of signing the dog in for daycare, it became known that his owners had adopted him from an animal shelter several days earlier. This dog had been at the shelter for less than 48 hours when these new owners were able to adopt him into their family. It struck me that this dog was grieving, that he was missing ‘his true owners’ – and I knew that somewhere out there his true owners were also grieving. The unfairness of this situation struck a chord with me and I knew there had to be a better way to re-unite lost pets with their rightful families. It was at this moment that the idea for PiP was born.”
Philip Rooyakkers, Founder & CEO
We know that current methods for finding lost pets are unreliable. Microchips use outdated technology, tags fall off, and tattoos fade. With PiP, your pet is protected by the most advanced facial recognition technology, combined with personalized service and outreach to community networks. Ensure your pet is on PiP’s radar. Download our app and register today!
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AMBER ALERT for LOST CAT. Greenville, NC
This long-haired, black & white cat is lost and was last seen at Eleanor Street and My Way in Greenville. He has a fluffy black tail and white paws. Please share this with friends and family in the area. If you have seen him, please contact the PiP Customer Care Team at 1.855.239.6477 or email CS1@pipmypet.com
AMBER ALERT for LOST DOG. Granite Bay, CA
This beautiful dog is lost and was last seen at Folsom Lake Granite Bay Boat Launch on August 16. She is a service dog and is very shy, but she may come to food. Please share this with friends and family in the area. If you have seen her, please contact the PiP Customer Care Team at 1.855.239.6477 or email CS1@pipmypet.com
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