Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags
Anti-lost ID Tags

Anti-lost ID Tags

Regular price $19.99

  • They leave hair on your jumper, use your garden as a loo and have a nasty habit of rolling around in stinky stuff. We don’t mind because we love our dogs. In fact, we’d be lost if we lost them.
  • But every dog has the potential to stray or be stolen.
  • Having up-to-date contact details on your dog’s tag is often the quickest way for you to be reunited with your best friend should the worst happen.
  • In 1992 it was made a legal requirement that any dog in a public place must wear a collar with the name and address (including postcode) of the owner engraved or written on it, or engraved on a tag. And although there is no legal requirement for a dog to have a collar and tag on private property, over the past three years approximately 2,800 dogs have gone missing from homes and gardens.