Cat id tags

Published on September 4th, 2014 | by Vet Pets

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Two Ways to Find a Missing Pet

Pet id tags

Did you know that 94% of pet owners admit that their animals make them smile at least once every day? Additionally, 90% of pet owners say that their animals are considered to be part of the family. Americans take great pride in their pets, but sometimes animals run away from home. Fortunately, by following these two tips, you will be able to locate a lost pet more easily.

– Obtain pet tags. Personalized pet tags contain useful information that helps you find your missing animal. In fact, when you get pet tags engraved, you typically include your pet’s name and your phone number. Additionally, you also have the option of putting a QR code on your pet ID tags. This QR code can be scanned so that the person who finds your animal can view your pet’s online profile, and this will help the person return your pet to you. As a result, getting pet tags engraved is one of the best ways to prevent your animals from being lost forever.

– Create a poster. While pet name tags are more modern, this tip is still important to consider. However, there are a few requirements your poster must meet before you display it. For example, the poster should say “LOST DOG” or “LOST CAT” in large print, it must contain a picture of your pet, your contact information, and the name of your pet. By making this information clearly visible on the poster, you will improve your chances of locating your pet.

If your beloved pet has gone missing, there are a few important tips to follow. In addition to obtaining pet tags, you must also create eye-catching posters, as well. By following these two helpful tips, you will be able to help prevent your animals from becoming lost forever.


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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