Lost Pet Alert Network for Residents

My Buddy Alert (MBA) is a new way to find lost pets in Ridgeview Ranch.  It is based on the same principle that has made the Amber Alert so successful in finding lost children.  When a pet is lost or found, one phone call to MBA at 469-235-8283 will activate a neighborhood-wide alert.
 
The way MBA works is simple. Send an email to mybuddyalert@sbcglobal.net with your contact information and a complete description of your pet(s).  Include in your email:
  • Your Name
  • Telephone Number(s)
  • Type of Pet (dog, cat, other) – Breed – Gender – Color – Special Markings – Any other important information that makes your pet easy to identify and a recent photo (if you have one)

As soon as you realize your pet is missing, call MBA at 469-235-8283.  With the information you have provided, an email will be sent to everyone who has registered their information with MBA. The alert will include a description of your pet and a picture, if provided.  Your neighbors will then be asked to look for your pet around their property, street, or any area that they are willing to check.

When the pet is found, call MBA at 469-235-8283 and we match the description with our database of pets and arrange a reunion!  The more neighbors that are willing to participate, the quicker we can reunite pets with their families.

A website is currently being created which will provide a place for pictures of lost or found pets in Ridgeview Ranch along with lots of other helpful information.  The website address will be mybuddyalert.us

Even if you don’t have a pet but you would be willing to check your property for a lost pet, please email your contact information to mybuddyalert@sbcglobal.net.  PLEASE participate if you are a pet owner or if you are willing to help.  And the best part is that there will NEVER be a fee for the My Buddy Alert service!

Thank you for making our neighborhood safer for everyone!

Monica Kelley and Steve Harrison – long-time residents of Ridgeview Ranch and proud parents of two awesome beagles!