"Plates don't slide on to plastic clasp collars"
Penny Bowers on 20/3/2021 1:05:20 PM
Message: I normally get the discs but thought I'd try the plates this time. Sadly they don't fit on to any of my dogs' collars despite width being correct. May be say this on website, well unless am missing something. I will have to buy new discs now or new collars to fit the tags
Robin.firstname.lastname@example.org on 22/10/2019 9:44:26 PM
Message: Every time I fill in info etc then press add to cart all fields go blank
Mrs Segust on 26/7/2019 3:06:03 PM
Message: Fantastic collar tag. Very good quality and engraving. After losing several discs off its ring so pleased to find something that will not come off. Nice to be able to have all you need on one side of the tag. Wish I knew about these people earlier. Identitag.
"Small Collar Tag"
Old Nick on 25/8/2016 9:43:16 AM
Message: I have had several of these over the years for two hyper-active dogs and they don't get caught in the undergrowth. They also leave the D ring on the collar clear for its main use - the lead. I have partly solved the “curvature” question with a hammer. Put the tag onto the collar, turn upside down on a flat surface and gently hammer the back. This will of course invalidate any guarantee and be entirely at your own risk!
"brass dog tags"
Jill Williams on 22/4/2014 11:14:03 PM
Message: great idea! have lost so many swinging dog discs so this is a result! am treating my son's 2 dogs with one each. agree with the 'curvature' critique as on a dog smaller than a Labrador could cause a collar to stand away from the dog's neck causing a catch point in undergrowth or bushes. company comments please
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