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March 29, 2017
If you’re thinking of getting a puppy or adopting a dog then you are probably wondering what is the list of things you need to check off on your ‘to do list’ to make sure that everything is ready when your fur-baby arrives.
Every dog while in a public place should wear a collar with the name and address of the owner inscribed on the collar or on a plate or badge attached to it.
There are some dogs that this law doesn't apply to, (mainly working dogs such as police dogs, farm dogs, and dogs for the blind) but if your dog is a personal pet, it will need a dog ID tag to comply with the law.
Here is an example of what the Control of Dogs Order 1992 requires you to put on your Dogs tag:
No.68 Woof Street
(NOTE: the law does not require a telephone number, but this is highly recommended for ease of contact)
There are many different types of dog tag available out there for your dog to try that can be purchased in pet shops or online. Our customers have said that they have a preference for our design because unlike the metal engraved tags; ours won’t wear down after time since the tag design is printed not engraved and doesn’t fade.
Our design is both waterproof and customisable to suit your pup’s paw-sonality. Why not check out our range of stunning designs? We think that a tag should be both practical and fashionable from the Universe Tags to our Marble print Tag there’s a design for every pet!
To check out our own range of dedicated, personalised dog tags in line with UK law, click HERE:
September 18, 2018
Have you been considering if you should put your pet on a raw food diet? But what can they eat exactly and how much of it? Will raw food make my pet ill or make them act differently?
We interviewed Primal Pooch an expert in the area of Raw Food as they explain the ins and outs of why going back to basics could be the health kick your pet needs right now.
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