Owning a pet can be expensive due to the costs of food, trips to the vet, and bills for phone calls above the range of human hearing. Save a bone with today’s Groupon: for $7, you get a custom-made pet-identification tag, including shipping, from Dog Tag Art (a $13.98 value).
As featured in the New York Post and on Live with Regis and Kelly, Dog Tag Art creates spare flair for pet collars and peace of mind for pet owners. Customers can peruse the retailer’s vast selection of artistic tags or nominate their own custom design to be immortalized on a custom tag. Breed-specific tags outfit collar bearers with bling that showcases their genetic likeness, and cat ID tags equip felines with return info for wandering mapless around the neighborhood or scaling the family tree. Selected pieces are engraved with a pet’s name and owner’s phone number, and then shipped directly to the customer's home.
Dog Tag Art
Jack Carrier's chocolate lab Maggie, a wandering spirit, frequently disappeared, often wearing tags labeled with outdated addresses. While wringing his hands before the windows of his home, Jack became convinced that a company could relieve this chronic stress by creating a more reliable way to search for and return cats and dogs. With this goal in mind, he founded Dog Tag Art, which has since been featured in the New York Post and on Live with Regis and Kelly. The company's dog tags come in a diverse range of styles, from sassy slogans and sports themes to vintage or floral-pattern designs. Pet owners can also design tags with an uploaded image of pups posing in the park after repeatedly rescuing a lucky penny from a well. Made in the United States, the tags use a special coating to permanently fuse bright graphics and pet information to a recycled-stainless-steel core. Dog Tag Art's other services work in tandem with the tags; the Virtual Leash creates a website for each pet, featuring a profile with special needs, personality info, and an unlimited list of emergency contacts.