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February 02, 2010

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Our wee cat Sam says he much prefers his microchip, we asked him if he fancied one of these too but he says he's not keen on new fangled technology....

Hmmmm.... this seems dangerous, however cute it is. I don't usually like to be a party-pooper but putting your pet's name on a tag allows someone to steal them more easily, especially with dogs; if they see the name, they call it and the pet goes to them. Just a warning if you want to get a tag with a name on it!

Dangly tags have a bad habit of falling off. Far better are Indigo Tags (www.indigocollartags.com) as they lie flat and Yes, you can get cat sized ones. ... And don't forget to microchip!

That is a scary kid!

I'm a Cats Protection volunteer and i have to say "Don't forget to microchip" is a very important message, along with "Don't forget to register your details once you've microchipped". We find loads of stray cats with chips that haven't been activated with their owners address. Oh, and "Don't forget to update your microchip details if you move" is also very important :)

My dog doesn't come when I call him, let alone a stranger!

Check this out :)

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=15f_1265175826

Thanks Rowan... Jon from Indigo Collar Tags here. Regarding names on tags.... it actually makes very little difference to the security of your dog. A, if a person can read it they already have hold of the dog, B, the first thing that happens when you lose your dog is to call it's name. c, If they want your dog to sell or breed from they don't care what it's called. D, MOST people are honest and will return your dog to you asap. If you are unlucky enough to have your dog 'found' by a thief then it's already too late. I also suggest the first line of your address too, that way a dog found 'round the corner' can quickly be returned on foot with little stress.

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