Company creates site to help owners create contingency plan for pets during COVID crisis

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Peeva LLC recently announced that they have created a free pet contingency initiative in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to help keep companion animals out of shelters.

Those interested can go to

At that site you can look for a service or volunteer to watch your pet. You can also volunteer to watch somebody else’s pet.

“In the coming weeks, many will be affected either directly or indirectly by COVID-19,” said Peeva CEO Michael Hamilton. “This presents a challenge for many people that would otherwise be able to count on a friend or relative to watch their pets. Under no circumstance should any pet be displaced by this terrible virus. We’re doing our part to keep all pets out of shelters and we are fully committed to serving not only our customers, but as many companion animals as possible.”

PEEVA, LLC, a technology company fully committed to resolving the missing pet epidemic with innovative tools and processes that streamline veterinary and shelter workflow, is asking leveryone you know that is willing to help out to please share this information.


Peeva, LLC  provides ISO standardized pet ID microchips, centralized data management, handheld equipment and system integration. By aligning with industry leaders in the veterinary space that include veterinary hospitals and clinics, and large-scale data organizations, Peeva will develop into a company that can provide complete solutions including pet microchip identification, application software and system integration.


Featured photo by Ionut Andrei Coman on Unsplash


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