Personalized Pet Collars and Tags | SmartPractice Veterinary

Proper identification protects your cat. Get pet tags, name tags and cat id for your cat's collar.
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Dr. Weiss said the results of the collar intervention study show that most pet owners will keep ID tags and collars on their animals, but that the rate of tagging can be increased if vets and shelters make it more convenient.
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We started dogIDs in 2005 with a mission to create the highest quality dog products on the market. Beginning with personalized dog collars and unique custom dog ID tags, we have expanded our offerings to collars, leashes and many other products that you and your pet will love. Because our company was founded and is operated by passionate dog lovers, you should have full faith in knowing that every single one of our products is something that we would feel comfortable with bringing into our house and sharing with our furry family members. It is this commitment to excellence that attracts both first time and seasoned dog owners to our company and our personalized products. Collars, Leashes & Tags - Petland Discounts, Inc.
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Using these will: eliminate clinking tag noises, avoid that obnoxious "hangy" tag look, and keep your pet's tag out of the food dish. We guarantee CollarTags™ will remain attached to a collar of a width for which they are designed (see below).To study whether the use of pet tags can be increased, Dr. Weiss and A.S.P.C.A. researchers in Oklahoma City conducted a study in which veterinarians and adoption centers placed collars and ID tags directly on cats and dogs. The group tracked 109 owners of dogs and cats who had been fitted with collars and tags during clinic visits or the adoption process.Give your pet added HomeAgain protection with our exclusive collar tags. Customized with your pet’s information and a HomeAgain contact number for speedier reunions. It’s also important to remember that just because your is , it doesn’t mean that he doesn’t also need an ID tag. “Vets and shelters can scan for chips, but collar tags are still the fastest way for someone to reach you in the event that they find your lost pet,” says Dr. Jules Benson, a
Owners who had removed tags said they did so because the animal was an indoor pet or because the animal indicated some discomfort with the collar. A few others reported losing the tags, and one said tags were unnecessary because the family “lived in the country.” During the study period, 18 pets were reported lost, and 17 of them, including 13 dogs and 4 cats, were found and returned home. Of those, nine dogs and one cat had been returned home because someone used the information on the pet tag to reunite the animal with its owner.After a bit of excited jostling this petite blonde shouldered past a flummoxed Teddy and downed about half his water in a few sloppy glugs. She was hot and thirsty and showed signs of a recent litter. But nowhere on this pretty girl was any kind of ID—she wore only a frayed collar without tags. Neither was there any sign of a microchip in her shoulder when we later took her to our local shelter to be scanned.