Picking the Best ID Tag for Your Dog

Opt for durable, long-lasting materials like stainless steel, brass or aluminum that can withstand wear.


Choose a tag that fits your dog's neck; curved and rounded tags are less likely to catch.

Size and Shape 

Include essential contact info like your name, phone number, address and pet's name.

Engraving Info 

Add optional extra engraving like microchip or vet info, or cute phrases.

Extra Details

Pick a smooth tag with no sharp edges to prevent irritation or injury.


Select large, reflective tags that are easy to see if your dog gets lost.


Get durable split key rings that attach tags securely to collars.

Attach Securely

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