yay! i just got toby's ID tag all situated and on his collar yesterday!
Unfortunately tags and collars have cause dog deaths via strangulation when the get caught on things. So they are not 100% risk free. Micro chipping and tattoo are alternative to tags and collars but are not as user friendly for those finding a lost dog. Their are risks which each individual must assess and contientious individual will disagree what is the best approach, Personally I and not a big fan of collars and tags on dogs that are physically confined.I think we shall do our best for the pets and make a pet tag for the pets.
i just got the same insurance for toby. have you used it yet? do you like it?I've started VPI pet health insurance on our pups, and part of it is a plastic tag with their name and an nationwide 800 number if they are found.. I am also considering having them micro chipped.. Still not sure about that.. But after the news story about the cat from AZ that ended up in a kill shelter in Chicago that had a chip and because of it was sent back to the owner.
Not yet. But I studied several different companies and like how this one sounded the best. My sister who is a breeder recommended a different one that has better percent pay back, but when I looked at it they didn't really have an option for checkup, teeth cleaning, or other maintenance coverage, just injury or illness.. This wasn't a problem for her as they were all things they don't cover she does herself.i just got the same insurance for toby. have you used it yet? do you like it?