Published on April 22nd, 2014 | by Vet Pets0
Pet Tags Perfect If Your Furry Friend Gets Lost
Dogs and cats are some of the smartest and most resilient animals in the world. Dogs have nearly 220 million smell-sensitive cells in their noses. Unfortunately, this does not help them if they get out and away from home. Cat tags and Dog ID tags will help you should your furry friend get lost.
Humane societies and rescue organizations recommend that dogs and cats wear pet tags, which contain information to enable someone encountering a stray animal to contact the owner. It is easy for any pet owner design an ID tag with your pets name and contact details to ensure they will always come safely. Pet ID tags come in a variety of designs and colors. Personalized pet tags are made from rust proof brass and images can be epoxy coated for extra protection. Most tags can be engraved at on the front and the back and you can choose what goes on side.
Losing a pet is truly like losing a member of the family. 94 percent of pet owners say that their pet makes them smile at least once a day. There are approximately 78.2 million pet dogs in America, while there are approximately 86.4 million pet cats. This rise in pet care as lead to the growth of places such as doggie day care. Americans are also showering more praise upon their pets than in years past. Americans spend 5 billion USD on their pets at Christmastime every year.
Cats and dogs have a history of providing physical and emotional benefits for their owners. Although we think of the Ancient Egyptians as being cat-crazy, they also revered dogs, and would go through elaborate mourning rituals when a pet dog died. Today, pets can provide long-term health benefits to their owners. Pets have the ability to stimulate their caregivers, giving people someone to take care of and someone to exercise with. Having a pet may help people achieve health goals such as lowered blood pressure and decreased stress.
Cat tags and Dog ID tags are essential if your pet escapes. They can be personalized with your pets name and your contact information to ensure your furry friend does not stay lost for long. A pet ID tag is just what you need to ensure the long-term safety of the furriest member of your family.