These beautiful bright Pet ID tags come in over 1500 different patterns, styles, themes and colors. Get creative and have fun - start your collection for your furry friend today of these fabulous engraved personalized pet ID tags for your dog! This tag is called Dog Tag Art Blue Megaesophagus Pet ID Tag and is part of a wonderful collection. If the Blue Megaesophagus Personalized Dog Tag would look great on your dog, order one today! Tags feature up to four lines of custom imprint.
- Up to 4 lines custom imprint
- Made in USA
- Durable stainless steel core
- Permanent colorful graphics
- Strong key ring included
- Classic White - The Original Dog Tag Art tag finish. Coated in a white non-reflective polymer coat that looks and feels like porcelain.
- Sterling Silver Plated - Plated in Sterling Silver and finished with a glossy polymer coat. The resulting product is a highly reflective pet ID Tag with a premium look and feel.
- Large: 1-1/4 inches or 3.18 cm in diameter - a little bigger than a US quarter
- Small: 7/8 inch or 2.22 cm in diameter - the size of a US nickel
Please Note - personalized items are not returnable.
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Dog Tag Art - Personalized Dog Tags - these pet tags are available in a large size (1 1/4 inches or 3.18 cm in diameter - a little bigger than a US quarter) or a small size (7/8" or 2.22 cm in diameter - the size of a US nickel). Fully customizable with pet name, phone number, and other vital pet information, these tags are made entirely in the USA of recycled stainless steel and coated with a special polymer that fuses the graphics and text permanently to the pet identification tag. This is a super durable and easily legible ID tag.
Do Not Feed MegaE
Posted by Sherri Newman on 7th Feb 2018
Our 7 month old Doberman has mega esophagus. Although he is chipped with this information, that will do no good unless scanned. Trying to take every precaution if he is ever lost and found. Very nice tag!
Highly recommended to anyone who may have a special needs pet!