The Importance Of Wearing A Pet ID Dog Tag
Posted by Doggy Gifts Guest Blog Writer on 19th Nov 2016
Should My Dog Wear an ID Tag?
In these days when many dogs are microchipped, it is common for dog owners to think that their dogs do not need a tag anymore. In fact, according to a recent study published in Preventative Veterinary Medicine, only 33% of pet owners keep an ID tag on their pets.
Experts still recommend using personalized dogs tags because a dog tag makes it easy to find the owners’ information in case of an emergency. Personalized ID tags that contain the owners’ contact information are the best way to help lost pets come back with their families.
Remember that microchips can only be scanned by veterinarians or other professionals who have the appropriate equipment. Personalized dog tags, on the other hand, can be read by anyone who finds your pet.
In addition to the safety reasons, personalized dog tags are a great way of showing your pet’s personality. DoggyGifts.com offers more than 1,400 personalized dog tags, including dog breeds, sports teams, flags, LGBT, holidays, funny, and medical dog tags. That is a lot to choose from!
This great selection offers something for every dog. From the agility star and the basketball player to the spoiled little pup of the house. Have some fun choosing a cool personalized dog tag while you protect the furry member of the family.
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What Information Should Appear on My Dog's Tag?
Now that you’ve chosen an amazing dog tag, it is time to put some information on it. Here are the most important pieces of information that you should include in your dog’s tag.
- Pet’s name
- One or two phone numbers
- The city where you reside
- Medical Information
- Microchip Information
If your pet suffers from allergies or any other health condition, you may want to use a medical dog tag. If your dog has a microchip, you may also want to consider a microchip tag to your dog’s collar with the microchip company’s name and phone number too.
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