Wednesday, Jun. 5, 2024

Genes Reunited for Horses

The website MyPetYourPet.com is appealing to horse owners to register their horses and ponies on the site. The new and entirely free website allows horse and pony owners to track the ancestors, relatives and offspring of their horse or pony.

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The website MyPetYourPet.com is appealing to horse owners to register their horses and ponies on the site. The new and entirely free website allows horse and pony owners to track the ancestors, relatives and offspring of their horse or pony.

It uses a unique search facility to automatically download an interactive equine family tree that provides up-to-date details, photographs and video of the relatives. MyPetYourPet also allows previous owners and breeders to trace the progress of a horse or pony they have sold or re-homed. The website already has a user base of thousands eagerly awaiting information about horses or ponies they once owned or about relatives of their current horse or pony.  

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The database of the site now needs to grow considerably so that horse and pony owners the world over can begin to see results from their searches – the site can only provide links to, or information on horses and ponies registered on it.  For example we have a member who is ‘trying desperately to find out what has become of my darling Buffy.’
 
Founder Julie Sharrocks explains: Since its launch in late 2009 the website has really taken off, and there is now a large and daily growing community of horsey people from all corners of the world awaiting information. Join them and not only will you get to meet the relatives of your own horse or pony, or to trace an animal you once knew but lost touch with, but you’ll be helping others do exactly the same thing. One of our current members may be awaiting news of your horse or pony right now – please help us make their day.
 
MyPetYourPet carries out the same functions for all other pets – cats, dogs, birds and even small animals such as rabbits, hamsters and gerbils.

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