Researches have found it very likely that pets like dogs can smell (or somehow sense) emotions like fear, sadness or contentment. Most pet owners would agree, with 80 percent of dog and cat owners saying they believe their pet can sense their mood. But when a pet is lost or escapes, owners don’t have the good fortune of being able to sense where their pet is, or whether they’re safe. This is where pet tags, “dog tags for dogs” if you will, become a great idea for people who really love their pets.
Pet tags can be fitted to be comfortable and attractive on all kinds of animals, and much of their appeal can be just in the way they look. Cat tags or dog id tags that are well chosen show the owner’s affection for their pet, and increase the pet’s safety outdoors just by alerting strangers that the animal is not a stray, but in fact has a home where their caretaker may be missing them. Imprinting pet ID tags with important information about your animal, such as a contact phone number or physical address, is enormously important. Pet tags that lack the right information might show a good Samaritan what name to use to summon your animal or put them at ease, but if your pet tags don’t contain the right info, this stranger may wind up unexpectedly adopting your special animal.
Pet tags can look stylish on your dog or cat, too. Choosing colors, sizes, materials, shapes and fonts will give a distinctive appearance a breed that lacks obvious markings or just happens to have a nondescript coat, with the added benefit that the tag will make them instantly recognizable to your friends and neighbors. Dog tags for pets can be located at any pet store, and now can be found in many styles online. So if you have an indoor and outdoor pet, or a pet who wouldn’t be too safe outside but has the ability to get out anyway, look into some pet tags for them. It might seem like an “extra” to some pet owners, but it’s the right thing to do. See more: www.pet-tags.com