Monday, 6 November 2017

Can you pet be the next “Pet Detective”?

Who else’s pets were super scared last night from the Fireworks, poor Dylan started molting!!!

With Dylan on the brain I thought I would write a post all about the furry babies and how naughty they can really be...new research has shown the little darlings cost the nation £305 million the little pet-ty criminals.

Over half of pet owners admit their pets regularly nick belongings with birds being the top culprits. The main items stolen include money, post, food and underwear – I wish Dylan would bring me some pennies maybe not the underwear though!
Also one in 25 owners fall out with a neighbour...I would be one of those as someone keeps taking off my cats collar it’s not my fault you brought the same one. I am going to have to get a microchip one I think another £50 well spent. 

Anyway looking further at the research it’s surprising to see £49.43 on average is lost due to light pawed pets but 16% have lost out on over £150 but ADT are looking to solve these problems.

ADT, the UK’s leading security brand just announced that they have launched a nationwide search to recruit a “Pet Detective” to help the naughty ones with the help of Instagram star Pumba the Chow Chow (@thingsonpumba). They are looking for the UK’s most prolific cat, dog, budgie or bunny burglar, to help ADT understand how pilfering pets manage to evade capture, and identify weak spots in Britain’s homes by setting a thief to catch a thief!

If your pet wins the role you will get new ADT Smart Home system which will be installed by ADT, a year’s free monitoring and a generous welcome bonus of £500 of vouchers for Monster Pet Supplies.

If you have a pet pilferer at home, apply on their behalf on the ADT Facebook page: http://bit.ly/2znFTWP

Just upload an image of your pet in action and detail their suitability for the role using the following criteria :

  • Track record of being light-pawed
  • Highly intelligent – comes up with ingenious ways to pilfer possessions
  • Intrepid explorer – capable of venturing far and wide to find every nook and cranny
  • Experienced at evading capture
  • Full bag of swag
  • For more information about ADT’s Pet Detective campaign, visit: www.adt.co.uk/petedetective.
  • Do you think your pet has ever taken anything that doesn’t belong to them?



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