Your in a rush, on your way out the door for work. In the midst of morning chaos, you attempted to dart out the front door to jump in your car, except you soon realized that you weren't the only one who darted out the door - your dog just so happened to run out right behind you. Normally he would come back when you call, but there was a smell, oh god the smell! He just couldn't help it, and before you knew it, your dog was gone. You panic, drive around frantically for hours looking for your beloved dog.
This story can turn out one of two ways -
1) A neighbor finds your dog, reads the info on their tag attached to the collar, phones you, problem solved. And/or your dog could be tracked via his microchip.
2) Your dog has no tags or chip, therefore when he is found, you may never see him again, because nobody knows where he is from.
Making sure your pet has proper ID is super important. The above mentioned scenario is just one of many things that can happen. If your pet isn't micro chipped, has tags, or some form of identification, the cold hard fact is, you may never see him again.
My pets all have sterling silver ID tags from Silver Paw, but even a normal ID tag purchased at a pet store and customized with your info on it will do just fine.
Prevent accidents from happening, don't let your 4 legged friend be next in the "lost pet" ads.
One more thing before you go!
I am pleased to announce the winner from my Torus Ultimate Water Bowl Giveaway!!!
Caren O. Gittleman!!! Congrats!
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T is for TAGS! Dog tags that is!