Is Your Pet Connected? PetBam Unites Pets and Animals with Those Who Love Them

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New pet social network PetBam connects pet owners, animal lovers, breeders and veterinarians.

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Our goal is to provide the best pet social networking website to our clients. We also want all users to be able to enjoy all of their pets no matter where life may take them. With photo, video and pet memorial pages, no animal lover should ever need to be separated from his or her pet again.

Think of it as a virtual dog park. PetBam, the new pet social network, connects pet owners and those who care for pets with other animal lovers, breeders, veterinarians, and animal shelters.

The “Bam” in PetBam stands for “because animals matter,” and PetBam has created a one-stop social network so that members never have to be without their pets.

PetBam offers four account types: owner, breeder, shelter and veterinarian, in order to provide the best service. Owners can post photos and videos of their pets and enter contests, as well as meet other pet owners and connect with services. Breeders and animal shelters can advertise their services and post photos of pets available for adoption. Members can find veterinarian s on PetBam. Users can search for specific breeds on PetBam as well as filter searches for breeders and veterinarians by state.

In addition, PetBam features a Lost & Found section to help lost pets find their way home. Users are encouraged to form and join groups. The Pet Memorials section provides a unique forum for people to remember old friends. PetBam’s blog provides animal lovers with timely information.

PetBam founder Renzi Sandras says, “I wanted to create the ultimate social networking website for pets and their owners. I wanted pet owners to never have to separate from their pets again.

“Our goal is to provide the best pet social networking website to our clients. We also want all users to be able to enjoy all of their pets no matter where life may take them. With photo, video and pet memorial pages, no animal lover should ever need to be separated from his or her pet again.”

Registering at PetBam is free at http://www.petbam.com.

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