The perfect Add on for Pet Insurance
Many pets are micro chipped these days, but that’s only beneficial if the dog has been taken to a rescue centre with a microchip reader. The general public do not have these, so a traditional tag is always going to be a far simpler way of contacting the owner. The downside to a traditional tag is it usually holds one number and needs engraving. The DogID tag stores up to 9 telephone numbers, vets details, home address and even medical notes – and it doesn’t even need engraving. The information is held on the central database where the operators can contact the owner when the pet has been found. Simple!