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Lay the elastic ribbon out on a flat surface. Using a permanent fabric marker, write your dog’s name and a contact phone number in the center of the elastic ribbon. For a fancier collar, you may choose to use embroidery thread and needle and sew, by hand, the name and phone number.
f your dog does not wear a collar because he has a secure backyard or only wears a collar or harness for walks, his safety is always an issue. Despite your best care, Fido may still find a way to get loose and explore. ID collar helps those who find him return him home. Elastic band IDs are comfortable and easy to make at home.
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Custom embroidered dog collars provide, a safe, comfortable, colorful, means of pet identification. All Dog ID Collar pet identification products are custom made, start-to-finish, in Lee’s Summit, USA.Our Pet IDs and Dog Collar tags can be put on your keychain, on your Pet's collar, or keep as a spare Pet ID in your wallet. Design Online in under 5 minutes, orders print in 24 hours. The ID that looks like a Driver's License for all 50 States. Your loved cat, dog, or any pet will get an authentic State Dog ID collar tag, along with (3) Personalized Key-Chain IDs for $19.95. Additional pets only $9.95 at checkout! Get the most unique Personalized Pet ID Tag available.A Dog (Collar) with No Name: the Story of Maggie My family and I awakened one morning to our giant shepherd Teddy Blue barking like crazy at something just outside the mudroom door: unmoved by all the carrying on, a sweet yellow Lab stood patiently waiting to come inside. We had no idea how she’d made her way into our fenced yard, yet there she was.But you are a minority among humans according to recent statistics: only 33% of pet owners keep identification on their critters. Sadly, the return-to-owner rate (RTO) for a lost dog in particular is only about 10% to 30% in most places, worse still for cats. It’s a no-brainer: your dog needs some kind of ID on her. And if you are not doing this one small but important thing for her, why on earth not? Dog ID tags, a personalized dog collar, and the microchip: they are three inexpensive but important lines of defense against lost—and even stolen—dogs.And while microchipping is a simple and effective way to identify your dog, it requires a third party for a positive ID. The reality is your lost dog will probably be spotted first by somebody without immediate access to a microchip scanner. When the neighbor down the road finds him, or even the stranger on the other side of town, the first thing he’ll do if he is a person of integrity is check your dog’s collar or tags for a phone number.