Aluminium anodised brushed effect, with milled edge on one side
Tag size: 26mm x 24mm x 0.9mm
Allows space for up to 4 lines of text.
Can be engraved on both sides.
The less letters you put on the pet id name tags the larger the text.
All text is centralised.
Small heart allows you to put on -
1st line of pet id name tags = 16 letters 2nd line of pet id name tags = 16 letters 3rd line of pet id name tags = 16 letters 4th line of pet id name tags = 12 letters
* Note the number of letters allowed also have to include any spaces in between the wording.
PLEASE CLEARLY STATE WHAT YOU WOULD LIKE ON EACH SIDE.
We offer a worldwide freepost on all engraved tags, only wholesale tags have a postage fee.
When you place an order, we will estimate shipping and delivery dates for you based on the availability of your items and the shipping options you choose. Depending on the shipping provider you choose, shipping date estimates may appear on the shipping quotes page.
Please also note that the shipping rates for many items we sell are weight-based. The weight of any such item can be found on its detail page. To reflect the policies of the shipping companies we use, all weights will be rounded up to the next full pound.
As well as the owners name and address listed below are some suggestions of what you may also like engraved on your chosen dog tag:
If you find your address is to big to be engraved or if you would like to fit more information onto the dog id tag you can put your house number and post code onto the tag instead of the full address. This will still enable people to locate your address and is still legal.
One Sided Tag
One Sided Tag
Law states it is legal in the UK under The Control Of Dogs Order act
1992 every dog while in a highway or in a place of public resort, shall wear a collar with the name and address of the owner inscribed on the collar or a dog id tag attached to the collar with the information engraved onto it.
Can I get fined if my dog doesn't have a dog tag?
Yes dog owners can be fined up to Â£5000 for not having a tag on their dog.
Dogs used on official duties by the armed forces, HM Customs & Excise or the police Dogs used for sporting purposes and packs of hounds Dogs used for the capture or destruction of vermin Dogs used for driving or tending cattle or sheep Guide Dogs for the Blind Dogs used for emergency rescue work.
If a dog is lost/stray and then found with a I.D tag on the finder can reunite your dog to you straight away with no delay. Along with the dog collar and I.D tag it would be advisable to have your dog Microchipped. This is a modern method of permanent I.D for your dog.