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Top 5 Ways to Make Tagging Your Pet a Snap!

 
 
     
1) Get rid of the jingle-jangle of multiple tags and clanking on the food bowl with a collar that has a tag built into it.
Embed an ID tag into a collar so it doesn’t dangle down! No more jingling, no more clanking against the food bowl...and no more getting caught on things and tearing off. Our favorite rendition of this is our own Scrufftag Digital Pet ID Collars that DogIDs make for PetHub.
                                                            
   
 
LINKS-IT Pet ID Tag Connector
 
2) Get rid of those flimsy, hard to use split rings and get a tag clip.
Try the LINKS-IT Pet ID tag Connector. It makes taking IDs on and off  easy, and once it’s clipped on, it’s not coming off. It also  makes switching collars or tags a snap!
 
3) Give your pet’s hanging tag a longer (and quieter) life by getting a tag silencer.
Simple silicon slip-on silencer are cheap and if it gets worn, a new one can be bought for about $2. Also it keeps tags from rubbing up against each other.
 
 
 
4) Go for quality and your pocket book (and your pet) will thank you.
 
It’s important that tags last a long time. The information that’s on the tag is there to help your pet get home if your pet gets lost! If the tag is old and worn and hard to read that’s going make it so much harder for your pet to get back home safely to you. Tag manufacturers like Red Dingo put a lot of time and effort into engineering tags that last a LONG time.
                                                        
5) Choose a tag that is backed by powerful protection service & support. PetHub Digital ID Tags give pets 3 ways to get home (4 if you have one of the newest NFC tags!). Not only does the tag link to a free online profile, but there’s also a 24/7 Call Center number on it and QR code that a nice person with a smartphone could use to see multiple  numbers and any of your pet’s medical issues     
                                                                                   
 

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