Imp Of Collar/Tags


 If you think just because your dog is an inside dog that they're safe, then think again. Accidents happen, doors get left open, and dogs escape. The whole reason for having a collar or any identifying information on your pet is because you never know when or how they might get lost.

A collar and ID tag may be your pet's ticket home if he or she accidentally escapes or wanders off. Even indoor-only cats should wear collars, because if your cat does get out, a well-meaning person may think your cat is a stray and take her to an animal shelter.

A pet collar with a tag helps bring lost pets back to us much faster than any other method as it is the first point of identification. Always keep them on. Why risk. A microchip, registration are necessities to keep them protected and increase their chances of returning home safely and quickly. 

Humane societies and rescue organizations recommend that dogs and cats wear these tags, which contain information to enable someone encountering a stray animal to contact the owner.

Identifying information an a tags may include:

On a license tag, the dog license number and contact information for the licensing organization
On a pet ID tag, the pet's name, owner's phone number(s), address, or a QR code pointing to the pet's online profile, a reward offer, and a list of the animal's critical medical problems
On a microchip registry tag, an identifying number for the dog with a phone number for the registry.

 

 

From the PetBeacyn family. 

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