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I'm going to buy my dog an id tag and I want to make sure it is durable. Any recommendations on what material it should be?

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The most durable dog id tag will be the stainless steel one. If you want something a little cheaper, you can still go with metal or thick plastic. Just make sure it's one of these three and not some low quality tag that will wear off in a short time.

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Does the shape of my dog's tag id matter?

Not really. Dog id tags come in many different shapes (hearts, circles, dog bones, customized shapes), but as long as they are made of high quality materials and the information on them can be read easily, they are fine regardless of their shape.

Oct 24, 2012 | Fish

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I'm going to buy my dog an id tag and I want to make sure it is durable. Any recommendations on what material it should be?

just run down to petco most of them have a machine in the entrance that makes them for you out of metal durable as hell

Oct 24, 2012 | Fish

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What information should I write on my dog's id tag?

line one; dogs full name
line two; your full name
line three; your phone number
line four; (if he has one) put the id number of the chip in the dog

Oct 24, 2012 | Fish

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Should I buy a stainless steel ID tag for my pet?

Stainless steel tags are durable and wont rust or fade easily. The steel tags are advised mainly for dogs.

Sep 10, 2012 | Pets - Others

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What factors do I need to consider in choosing an ID tag for my dog?

Most importantly you will want to look for something durable - stainless steel is the longest lasting material. Next pick out a shape and color; preferably something that will not blend into the color of your dogs coat. Decide what information to put on the ID tag; ensuring it is legible and concise.

Aug 14, 2012 | Pets - Others

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I would really like to make my dogs some ID tags. Where should I begin? What materials do I need to get started?

I have found a great instructional tutorial on making your own personalized ID tags. It comes with two methods to choose from - shrinkable plastic and quick drying clay.

Aug 14, 2012 | Pets - Others

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Why do I need to put an ID tag on my pet?

It is useful for you pet in lost and found case.In case your dog is missing the pet id will help your dog as anyone who find your dog he will see the information on the pat tag and will try to communicate with you. At there is very amazing Wag ID for dog which is very helpful in lost and found case, here is the link Wag Tag Information Dog Tag Full Detail DogSpot in

Aug 14, 2012 | Pets - Others

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How do I attach my dog ID tag to his collar?

It's reallyimportant that you make sure your dog or cat's ID tag is secured properly. Ifound a good article that gives detailed instructions for attaching a dog tagto the collar with an S-hook. Good luck

Jul 25, 2012 | Pets - Others

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The metal clasp that holds my dogs ID tag fell from her collar. Where can I get a new one or what could I use instead?

If you have a craft store around you, you should be able tofind those hooks. They are about 25 millimeterslong. Before you buy it, make sure itfits in the tag's hole. I wouldn't usefishing string because your dog's hair could get knotted around it. I also wouldn't use rope because it willeventually rot and it could chafe your dog. The best alternative solution would be lanyard because it is flexible andshouldn't fall apart or irritate the skin.

May 15, 2012 | Pets - Others

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