ZuluTails.com Connects Lost Pets With Their Owners

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ZuluTails founder Pamela Fusco knew she was on to something when her dog went missing two years ago. As a rescue pet owner and a cybersecurity expert, Fusco couldn’t believe there wasn’t a more efficient (and affordable) way to reunite owners with their lost animals. That’s when the idea for ZuluTails was hatched.

With a swipe of a smart phone and simple QR technology, ZuluTails connects pet finder and owner instantly – without sharing your personal information. That’s the magic behind ZuluTails, the newest breakout brand in the pet ID category.

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ZuluTails doesn’t require batteries, apps, microchips, scanners or GPS. It takes seconds to sign up and at $19.99 for an annual membership (with discounts for multiple pets) it’s a small price to pay for security and peace of mind.

ZuluTails sees a future where every pet will be a ZuluTails pet – and scanning an animal’s QR code will become as ubiquitous as a right swipe on an iphone.

For more information, please visit the ZuluTails website at www.ZuluTails.com.

Pet Companion Mag
Southern California's Local Pet Magazine

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