Pet Identification Tags for Dogs & Cats - Save $$ at Pet Shed
Proper identification protects your cat. Get pet tags, name tags and cat id for your cat's collar.
In as much as these things are real and true at any rate, it is really important to give importance to these animals and one of the best ways to show you care to them is giving them the right pet identification or ID tags. If you really got that connection to your pet, losing it is indeed a dreadful day in your life. This is why it is very important to never take chances when it comes to the safety of your pet. Your pets may or can be lost. For this reason, it is best to ensure your pets wearing the right and proper ID tags. There are many different types of available on the market today but all of them come with one sole purpose, to keep your pets safe and secured.
Other domestic animals need I.D. too! Any animal that has a chance of excaping its home should have an identification tag... cats, rabbits, horse halters, llamas, goats, even ferrets! Dogtags are also ideal for attaching to your pet's cage or kennel!
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If you’ve ever lost a pet, you know about the importance of ID tags. Having identification and contact information securely attached to your pet’s neck makes it much more likely that you'll get your furry family member back if he decides to take off on a solo adventure. Research shows that 80 percent of pet owners believe it’s important that dogs and cats wear personal identification tags, but only one in three pet owners say their pets always wear them. The importance of pet tags was highlighted last week with news of five years after she went missing from her Colorado home. She had been embedded with a microchip as a kitten, which carried information about her owners 1,800 miles away.We make the best / most durable hanging tags on the planet. Still, in time, all traditional/hanging tags will fail. In time the ring or hook used to attach them to the pet's collarwill wear out and the tag will fall off; or the friction of the tag rubbing against other tags on the pet's collar will wear away the tag text. Even if you use a traditional hanging tag to ID your pet I urge you to ALSO consider getting a CollarTag to back up the the hanging tag. Only with a CollarTagcan you be certain there will be a secure and readable identification tag on your pet should it ever become separated from you. Bottom line: Having a CollarTag on your pet's collar assures you the finder of your lost pet will be able to contact you.One major point to note is that “there is no federal or state regulation of microchip standards in the U.S., and different manufacturers are able to produce and patent different microchip technologies with different frequencies,” according to the AVMA. When deciding to microchip your pet, be sure to understand the difference between the various types of chips out there and which are the most common and therefore offer your pet the most protection for the area home state. We also recommend keeping an up-to-date along with your microchip which leads us to our next and method and most traditional area of pet identification: pet id tags.