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One in three dogs will go missing at some point in their lives, according to the American Humane Association. Fortunately, we have a lot of technology today that can help during these heartbreaking situations, like microchipping and apps. Even social media can help spread the world of a lost pet more easily and effectively today. But despite all of these advances in today's society, it's still beneficial to have dog collar tags. Here's an overview of what you might want to put on your dog's identification tags.
Proper, personalized ID tags are one of the easiest, fastest and cheapest ways to prevent your dog from getting lost and being lost forever. Even if your dog is well-trained, you never know what will happen, from catching wind of a scent they can't resist following to natural disasters separating you two.
Pro Tip: Microchipping is widely recommended and a great preventative measure to take for these situations. Just remember that your dog will need to be taken to a vet or shelter to check the microchip and some people simply won't bother to do this.
Here are some things to put on your dog's ID tags. The tags are small and have limited space, so you may have to pick and choose what to put on them. Just make sure to have some form of contact information so there's at least one way to reach you.
Pro Tip: Wearing ID tags also makes your dog more approachable to strangers. Without them, people might think your dog is a stray and not take action.