Our Kennel Club and Crufts ID tags and eZeClips are supplied by our licensee, Bow Wow Meow Ltd.
Our tags are made from the best quality materials and our range includes a huge variety of different materials, shapes and sizes to suit every type of dog or cat. All tags are supplied with a strong split ring to attach them to your pet's collar. Leads should not be attached to the split ring.
Kennel Club Designer Dog ID Tags :
These round metal alloy tags, finished in nickel, feature the Kennel Club enamel image on the front. They are epoxy coated to ensure that the image won't fade or get damaged. The Kennel Club Designer Tags come in large or medium sizes.
Stainless and Brass Dog ID Tags :
Stainless steel is the most durable material, and these tags are perfect for dogs who go in the water a lot, or those especially active dogs who can be rough on their tags! Stainless steel tags come in three shapes - round (3 sizes), bone (2 sizes) and heart (1 size).
Brass tags are the next strongest tag after stainless steel. Brass tags will dull over time as they oxidise. They can be exposed to water, however they will dull and oxidise more rapidly. Brass tags come in two shapes - round (3 sizes) and heart (1 size).
Bling Bone Dog ID Tags:
These stunning tags are set with genuine, sparkling Swarovski crystals. They are made from strong rustproof metal with a silver finish. The Bling Bone tag is available in two sizes - small and large.
ABOUT OUR ENGRAVING:
All our ID tags are high quality metal and engraved using our state of the art laser engravers, so we promise to replace the tag if it fades or breaks. Tags can sometimes fade for a number of reasons: avoid having another tag on the collar which may rub against the engraving; choose a stainless steel tag if your dog swims regularly; remember that brass always oxidises and will occasionally require polishing; keep your Bling tags for quiet times and special occasions. If your tag fades or breaks, simply email us with a photo and we will replace it!
You can choose what information you would like to be engraved on your dog's ID tag. However, the Control of Dogs Order 1992 specifies that identification details should include the owner's name and address. House number/name and postcode is acceptible to most council dog wardens, but check with your local dog warden if you are not sure. Dog wardens do request that at least one phone number is engraved for speedy return of your dog. Some Kennel Club trainers will require the first line of the address and postcode. The Kennel Club recommends not including the dog's name on the tag.
The more information you request on each line, the smaller the text will be on the line.
ABOUT OUR EZECLIPS:
Attaching and reattaching your new pet tag has never been easier than with an eZeClip. The strong and sturdy metal clasp secures your tag to your pet’s collar with ease. Simply attach your tag to the split ring and then attach the split ring through the hole in the eZeClip and clip onto the collar. Should your eZeClip not attach securely or appears to be faulty, please return to us for an immediate exchange.
The small size eZeClip is suitable for small-medium sized pets. The large size eZeClip is suitable for medium-large sized pets. The eZeClip may not be suitable for very small pets if it causes the tag to hang too low.
Pets should be supervised when wearing pet tags and collars, and these should always be removed if your pet is left in a crate or car cage, to avoid the risk of injury.