Facebook doesn’t have to just be a social networking site for people. It can also be a way for pet owners to connect and share information about pets. Your pets can even have virtual identities and fans via facebook. Check out these various facebook pet resources that are fun and informative.
The Pets for Vets organization has a great facebook page. It’s goal is to pair animals from shelters with vets needing companion pets. The facebook page gives information about various events, successful matches, and even gives users a chance to allow the organization to earn money based on a certain number of votes such as via the Pepsi Challenge. Another way users can support this organization is by buying products via their online store.
Anyone who uses facebook is aware of such games as Farmville or Mafia! You can find tons of applications that you can use on facebook to blow off some steam that are related to pets. One of the largest such game is PetVille. If you check it out, you might be surprised to find a number of your friends might already be playing this game. These sorts of games allow you to “buy” items you need to collect via coins you win through other games available on facebook.
But facebook doesn’t have to be all about fun and games. It can also be a useful tool for finding a lost pet. You can find tons of groups devoted to Lost & Found Pets in various areas. You just have to search for your own area and start connecting via the discussion boards.
You can also keep up with and search various pet related events via facebook. You can RSVP for events you want to attend, and even create your own event to invite friends to. You could establish a playdate for your pets with friends who have pets, or plan a pet birthday party through this tool.
You can also network with pet lovers who have your same interest. For example, I love English Bulldogs and easily found groups dedicated to this common interest. A group like this often shares cute pet pictures, often in various photo contests. You can also get particular information about your type or breed of pet you might not be able to get in more general pet groups. Often such groups are connected to external websites for more information or events.