• Built tough.

    Made of electroplated stainless steel, DawgTags are made tough to handle the rigorous adventures of your dog!

  • Elegant finishes.

    Dress your dog up with style and stand out among other tags, with mirror polished or brushed tags in black or silver.

  • Permanent text.

    Don't worry about faded text! We laser mark our tags, leaving highly detailed and permanent text on all our tags.

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Dog Tags, Explained.

Next time you're walking your dog, take a look at the tags worn by any other dog.

Chances are you'll see 2, maybe 3 different tags.

And the type of tag will probably vary for each dog... most likely some sort of name tag and a vet/vaccination tag, and at best, there'll be a municipal licence tag in the mix.

In any given town, city or region across North America, 50% of the population owns a dog.

Yep, half.

But less than 25% of dogs have a complete set of essential ID to rescue a lost dog no matter who finds them (i.e. from a neighbour to stranger to the local animal services/dog pound).

Meet the 3 vital ID tags that can be consolidated on a DawgTag.

The bigger question is, why are WE the ones to talk about this?

  • Licence Tag

    Registering for a dog licence in your municipality does more than you'd think. Obviously, it's one of the primary tools that your local animal services team uses to trace lost pets back to their registered owners. But licence registration fees are also the primary source of funding to care for all animals in municipal care.

  • Vet / Vaccination Tag

    Besides the fact that no one really wants rabies (i.e. the tag that shows up to date vaccination info), ensuring that a dog's ID tag includes vet clinic's information is critical in the event of an injury. As the front-line of emergency care, their access to a dog's medical history could drastically increase positive outcomes.

  • Name & Owner Tag

    Well, we all want to know who's being a good dog, right?? While that's true, the most basic information on a dog tag (in addition to their name) will be the owner's emergency contact information. Ensuring that this info is correct and the most effective way to reach someone in the household is the easiest solve to most situations.