Mad Paws and PETspot Form Partnership | Mad Paws

Mad Paws Forms Partnership with PETspot

PETspot is the ethical pet sourcing choice, making it easier than ever for Australians to find their perfect furry companions. Through this partnership, Mad Paws will continue to encourage ethical pet ownership in Australia.

PETspot caters for all pet types, including dogs, cats, birds, fish, and many more. Finding pets from trusted sellers has never been easier, and current Pet Owners can also use the platform to find Pet Services nearby like vets, groomers, and trainers.

The current pet sale landscape is difficult for buyers to know whether they are purchasing from a puppy mill or an unethical seller. PETspot brings transparency to this process, becoming the first Australian marketplace to use strict vetting processes that helps simplify finding a pet from trusted breeders, shelters, or rescues.

This provides peace of mind that the pets purchased have been raised in loving, nurturing conditions. PETspot is also the first platform to provide the pet community with a voice, with each user able to review recent experiences with breeders, shelters, and services.

Uniting the online pet community for this cause will promote self-regulation within the industry, with “puppy mills” and disreputable sellers no longer able to mask themselves as credible, cutting their practices at the source.

PETspot also focuses on ensuring the pet choosing and purchasing process is smooth and enjoyable. Users can benefit from the platform’s powerful search refinements to help select which different pet breeds are a perfect fit, including size, health checks, coat type, and behaviour. Once the perfect pet has been identified, potential Pet Owners have access to approved seller profiles. These facilitate both direct messaging and booking systems to meet a furry pet you are interested in.

With its ease of use and ethical standards, PETspot aims to reshape how Australians find their perfect companion, so pets can have a forever home. 

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