What sets our personalised tags apart? It’s the meticulous blend of design and durability. The timeless appeal of gold-coloured brass and the modern sheen of silver stainless steel are not just about aesthetics. These materials have been chosen for their robustness, ensuring that, come rain or shine, the tags stay resilient and the engraved details remain as clear as day.
We understand that our pets aren’t just animals; they’re family. Each tag serves as a testament to the love and memories shared. Whether it's a sudden sprint in the park, a comforting cuddle on a cold night, or the joyous barks and purrs of greeting, these tags endure through it all.
Designed for all, from the tiniest kittens and energetic puppies to majestic cats and stately dogs, our tags come in three well-thought-out sizes. The small tags cater to the little adventurers, the medium ones for the mid-sized explorers, and the large for those who walk with undeniable presence.
When you're in search of an accessory that combines enduring style with unmatched durability, our Luxury Pet Tag Collection emerges as the top choice. Dive into this curated collection, and find the tag that not only complements your pet’s personality but also stands the test of time.
If you're unsure about what information to include on your dog's ID name tag, don't worry! This handy guide will provide you with the necessary details required by UK Law.
Although the law, known as the Control of Dogs Order 1992, may seem a little outdated as it was implemented before the era of easy access to GPS and the internet, it's still relevant today. According to the law, any dog in a public place should have the owner's name and address either inscribed on the collar or on a name plate or disc attached to it.
Here's an example of what you should include on your dog's ID tag:
52 / PAW 01S
07010 123456 (optional)
52 Woof Street
07010 123456 (optional)
In both examples, including your telephone number is optional, but we highly recommend it since most of us own smartphones.
The size of the dog name tag you need depends on various factors, including the size and breed of your dog, as well as your personal preference.
Generally, for cats, smaller breeds or puppies, a 20mm tag may be suitable. Medium-sized dogs often do well with a 25mm tag, while larger breeds may require a 30mm tag for better visibility.
Consider the space needed to accommodate the necessary information comfortably.
Ultimately, choose a size that allows for clear legibility and ensures your dog's identification is easily readable.
Including your dog's name on their tag is a personal decision. While it can create a sense of familiarity and help identify your pet, some owners prefer not to display their dog's name for security reasons. Instead, opt for using a phone number, your last name or just the phrase "Lost Dog" along with contact details to ensure your furry friend can be easily reunited with you.
If you'd rather not include your pets name, here are a few other examples many of our customers opt for instead.
- Beloved Companion
- Call my Humans!
- I'm Chipped
- I'm Deaf
- Lost Dog
- Needs Meds