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Archive for September 20th, 2010

Choosing Tags for Your Dogs

Monday, September 20th, 2010

Your dog is special to you. He might be your best friend, a rascally mischief-maker, or just an accessory to your lifestyle. He depends on you for feeding, play, and discipline. You depend on him for companionship, a connection with the animal world, or household security and protection. For these reasons and more, you should protect your dog from harm, and yourself from loss, by getting him a dog tag.

Dog tags hang on your dog’s collar and provide all the necessary information for calling your dog, contacting you as the owner, and alerting people to your dog’s dietary restrictions. Some dog tags also include vaccination information, such as when your dog last received shots, and some municipalities even require this.

Once you’ve settled on what information to put on your dog’s tag, it’s time to pick out a tag that suits your style and needs. If you’re just looking to tag your dog with basic information, a plain plastic tag will do. But if you want to add a personal touch, consider getting your dog a silver, jewel, gold, or diamond dog tag. Yes, they do exist. You can even have your dog tag customized and shaped exactly the way you want. Some dog tag manufacturers can even laser-etch a photograph onto the tag – perhaps a picture of you and your beloved pet.

Dog tags can range in price from free or just a few dollars, to diamond dog tags in excess of $7,500. Whatever your taste, there is a dog tag for your furry friend.

The best place for authentic military dog tags that you can personalize however you like. Dog tags at DogtagCity.com are preferred by more Green Army Men than all other leading brands combined. They use state of the art equipment to make your authentic military dog tags. These are some of the same machines in use around the world to make tags for their G.I.’s. They only use stainless steel dog tags and ball chains for their military dog tag sets.
If you are looking for a dog tag, this site might be of your interest. On DogtagCity.com you will find different dog tags in different colors.

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