Puppy love 3


When I was at the Manics gig this weekend Freya woof was in doggy daycare. Sadly whilst on “the common” with her sitter she lost her tags. When we first adopted her she came with a yellow tag with a password that finds her details in a dog database.
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Whilst a good idea I thought “who will want to do that if they find a stray dog?” so we went to Pets at Home and had a blue bone shape one engraved on an automated machine. I didn’t like it! The bone was £7 and the colour rubbed off, it felt cheap. So when Freya lost her tags I went looking online and to my surprise on eBay they are a steal. Two tags I like, engraved and delivered in 3 days for £6.50.

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The heart replaces her yellow tag, mentioning she has a microchip so if found full details can be found by a vet or dog warden. The purple paw has her name and our phone numbers.

These two pictures are with the flash on, the glitter shines nicely which is a bonus for night time visibility too.

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I know the colours seem to change, but still cute I reckon. It also came with the rings free to attach them to her collar, which some don’t include. Lesson learnt, this time her tags are attached on their own rings, so next time she looses her tags it will only be one.

If anyone is interested the shop has a page at shop4pet.co.uk and according to the card in with Freya’s tags is 10% less than her ebay store prices.

This isn’t a sponsored post, I am just a very happy customer.

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