Our range of high quality dog tags which are all engraved with your choice of wording.
We offer brass dog tags and durable plastic dog tags. Your pet deserves one of the UK's premier pet tags, engraved with your choice of wording and information....
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What to engrave
We often get asked "what should I have engraved on my tag?" There is not only a legal requirement but a couple of options that you may want to consider;
The control of dogs law order 1992 states;
"Subject to paragraph (2), 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 on a plate or badge attached to it."
More recently we have seen a trend where owners have simply their surname and postcode shown on their pet tag.
Another common question is "should I have my dog's name on his/her dog tag", there is two "camps" on this, the first;
Having your dog's name on their pet tag will enable the finder to refer to the dog by his/her name which has a calming influence. The flipside is that if a person knows your dogs name they could possibly luir the animal away by calling his/her name. Ultimately the decision on whether to have your dogs name shown is entirely personal preference, there is nothing detailed in the control of dogs law order 1992 stipulating a requirement either way.
There are some exclusions to the dogs law order, for more details please visit legislation.co.uk.
If you would like any further information or advice do please contact us