Archive for March 13, 2013

Know Why You Need Dog Tags For Dog

Written by Pet Magazine on March 13th, 2013. Posted in Cat id tags, Pet tags for dogs

Id tags for dogs

Pet ID tags are important for every animal to have today. For this reason, there are pet tags available in the form of both cat tags and dog tags for dogs too. If you think about it, you’ll realize just how vital these are.

You have spent a lot of time bonding with your pet. He is now special to you. In fact, he might be your best friend or even like a family member to you. Regardless of your relationship with your dog, you know it’s tight and that he’s very dependent upon you. Of course, you’re probably dependent upon him too. It’s for these reasons that you’ll want to protect you and your dog by putting dog ID tags on him.

Dog tags for pets hang on your dog’s collar and have his name, as well as all of the vital information so that if your dog ever gets lost the person who finds him will be able to contact you. Sometimes dog tags for dogs will also include vaccination information. Today’s dog tags have even gone techy in that they may simply contain a QR code that points the person to your dog’s online profile, which also offers a reward and a list of any medical problems, if he has any. Typically this information is embossed or engraved onto or stamped into the surface of metal tags.

It is up to you to decide what information you want to put on dog tags for dogs. Once you do so, you’ll want to pick out dog tags for dogs that will suit your style and needs. Typically, these will range in price from free to just a few dollars but there are some that are made out of diamonds and thus cost as much as $7,500. Of course, you don’t have to spend that much money to add a personal touch to your dog’s tags. Instead, you can opt for a silver, gold or studded tag. You can also choose to have your dog tag customized and shaped just the way you want. Some dog tag manufacturers can even laser etch a picture of your choosing onto the tag so that you can have a picture of you and your dog together on the tag.