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National Pet ID Week

April 20-26th is National Pet ID Week!



I’d love to see the statistics on how many pet owners have pets with collars and ID collars on at all times. With so many strays being brought in to veterinary clinics that not only are not microchipped, but also do not have a collar with ID on. This simple thing to do could reunite you with your lost pet. If you have not already put a pet ID tag on your pet’s collar, let’s try to do it this week while we celebrate National Pet ID Week!

Pet ID’s can be found almost anywhere! You can create them in a Pet ID machine right inside Petco and Pet Smart or order them from various websites. I’ve put together a list to help make ordering fast for you.


·  If you are Tech Savvy this is a must for your pet’s ID! The newest rage in the techi world! A QR Coded Pet ID Tag! A personalized QR code containing all of your pet’s information to help aide in getting him or her back home! Free user profiles

· Simple, easy to read.

· Many to choose from at Petco!

·  Cute! They even have human ID tags!

QR Pet ID Tags are all the rage!

We do not represent or endorse any of the above websites or their products. They were chosen randomly for your convenience.

Thank you for being a responsible pet owner!
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