Ninety percent of people owning pets consider their pet a member of the family. People love their pets. Over a quarter of people with pets have taken pictures of their pet with either another animal, Easter Bunny, or Santa. The problem is that pets are more prone to wander off than children. A lost pet can be an emotional loss to a family.
Pet owners have been known to go to great lengths to recover a lost animal. They hang up posters, they call around the neighborhood, and they wander around the neighborhood calling out the name of their animal. Dog ID tags are one strategy that can drastically improve the ease and likelihood of finding a missing pet. There are multiple types of pet ID tags. There are dog tags for dogs and cat tags for cats.
On dog tags for pets, some of the information that should be included is the name of the pet, the address and phone number of the owner, a potential reward for return, and a list of health concerns. Pet tags are often made of common metals, like brass, stainless steel, and brass.
A dog has about 220 million smelling cells in its nose. It can sniff its owner if the owner comes close. Owners should do their part by putting dog ID tags on their pets. Dog ID tags can make recovering a pet more likely and a lot easier.