Cheap pet tags

Published on September 2nd, 2014 | by Vet Pets


How Pet ID Tags Can Bring Your Pet Home

Pet tags

Families come in many forms. These days, no two families are alike. We take pride in who we call our family, even those four legged friends. Our pets are of the highest importance. We take them to park, carry them around in purses, talk about the frustrating but ultimately cute things they do, and we even put their pictures on the mantle. In fact, one-third of dog owners have a framed picture of their dog on display in their home. If that’s not a true example of family, what is?

Now imagine your four-legged family member lost their way and hasn’t come home for dinner. What do you do? Hopefully, you have equipt your pet with a custom pet tag. Pet id tags typically have the pet’s name,the owner’s phone number(s), the owner’s address, perhaps a QR Code connected to the pets’ online profile, an offer of a reward, and sometimes, a list of critical medical problems the pet might have.

You have many options when it comes to getting a tag for your pet. One can find brass pet tags, plastic pet tags, and reflective pet tags. When it comes to the metal variety, information is embossed or engraved into the surface of the metal. Plastic pet id tags can be etched or printed. They also come in many colors and can have reflective qualities for nighttime safety.

Don’t believe that people consider their pets family? $5 Billion is spent by Americans on their pets at Christmastime every year. Ever seen a dog or cat get their picture taken with Santa Clause, the Easter Bunny, or another animal? Well, if you haven’t, you probably will at some point because 27 percent of pet owners have done this very thing!

Nine out of ten pet owners say their pet is considered another family member. Take care of all your family members, and make sure the furry ones have pet id tags!

About the Author

Everyone has to struggle with dragging their pet into the vets’ office! I have had my dog for over ten years and it has not become an easier process to get him to go into see the vet. My dog prefers to stay as far away from a vets office as possible, which seems to be the case for many children and even adults when it comes to seeing their doctor (even if it is for an annual check-up). I was inspired by pet websites and magazines, which is why I founded this blog! I’m Veronica Petersen, a pet lover, owner and enthusiast. My blog shares my favorite tips and tricks that will help you when you are taking care of your dog, cat, bird, etc. You deserve to be a well-educated and a happy pet owner, so my blog hopes to help you on your journey! I’ll provide you with wicked information for when you are with your pet at home, in vet offices, or even in pet stores.

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