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Small Stainless Steel Bone ID Tag

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$24.95
Weight:
0.20 Ounces
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  1. Heavy Duty Quality 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Jan 2017

    Nice deep clear engraving. Great bone & paw design I bought the small and medium & both look great. I am not disappointed with either product. Pleased to purchase a Made In USA product.


  2. Beautifully made! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Feb 2016

    I purchased the Small Tag for my 5 lb Yorke. Although the tag is little, the engraving is very legible. It is beautiful and I love that it is made in the USA!


  3. Very pleased! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th Feb 2015

    Excellent quality, and love that they are made here in the USA. Forget the cheap toxic tags~ these are well worth the money!


  4. Great! Best tags around! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Dec 2014

    A few months ago I ordered a medium sized tag for my dog, Willow. This small tag I ordered was a Christmas gift for some friends. I was a little worried about 3 lines of text being readable on the tag, but it looks perfect! These tags are durable and beautiful!


  5. Great collar tag 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th Oct 2014

    Excellent product, fast shipping. Would buy from again.


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Product Description

Small stainless steel Bone with a Paw Print id tag measures 7/8" in diameter. This stainless steel id tag is 1.5mm or 1/16" thick and weighs .20 oz. Perfect for pets under 15 lbs. Indestructible! The substantial thickness, deep engraving, distinctive design, and lifetime guarantee make this an excellent investment in your pet's safety and good looks! Add up to 3 lines of engraving.You may use capital and lower case letters. Our font is a Bifang type.


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Warning::
We highly recommend NOT trying to squeeze the maximum number of characters onto your lines. Less is more when it comes to readability!!! Phone numbers are always the most impotant.