My miniature pinscher JoJo is a runner. He will run away at any opportunity, so I have always kept him collared and ID’d. When we had our new baby, the jingle of his tag became a nuisance, because whenever he scratched, jumped, etc. it was noisy and always seemed to be when we were trying to get the baby to sleep. We tried taking off his license and rabies tags, but even just one tag was still noisy. The Collar ID is the perfect solution! It is noiseless and will not come off. When JoJo rolls in stink, it is easily washed, and can switch to a new collar if the old one gets too worn. Now we call him stealth JoJo, because he is so quiet around the house thanks to Collar ID.
– Anne, Red Bluff, CA
Our cat, Noah is always trying to get out. I used to worry all the time that he would escape wearing a collar without his ID. We frequently change his collar or take it off at night, and I constantly worried that if a door was left open, he would get out, and if lost, would have no way of being reunited with us. Now with Collar ID, we can still change his collars and keep him identified. The Collar ID is so easy to take on and off. Collar ID is perfect for cats.
– Amy, Orlando, FL
As a pet owner, I can’t tell you how nice it is to know that there is an easy, inexpensive way to make sure your dog always has identification and tags on their collar. Collar ID makes it easy to be a responsible pet owner.
– Molly, Portland, OR
Our shiba inu Mugen has personality in spades, and one of his quirks is an absolute distaste for collars, harnesses, etc. Which means he destroys them more often then he should. And not only does he have his regular collar, but also a walking harness, a night time led-lit collar, and his game-day collar. Collar ID has been very nice to easily swap between his various neck accessories and stand up to his desire to find and destroy these tyrannical devices of his opinionated enslavement. It cleans up well, resists his teeth paws and claws, and doesn’t make a sound!
– Silas, Portland OR
When we adopted our new puppy, our vet warned us that the tags on puppies’ collars can get caught in between their crate openings, and be a serious choking hazard. Super scary! So we were removing her collar when we put her in the crate to be safe. Unfortunately sometimes we’d forget to put it back on, we were concerned she might get lost. Luckily a good friend gave us a Collar ID to try, and now we don’t have to remove her collar. We are incredibly grateful to have a cute and effective way to keep our puppy safe!
– Cindy, Sherwood, OR
Our golden retriever Haley is a service dog for a school serving children with autism. She is travels between classrooms, and the kids love her! Before Collar ID, the sounds of her identification and license tag would often be disruptive in a quiet classroom. Now with Collar ID, Haley can interact with the kids without being a distraction. As a pet owner and founder of Victory Academy, we are thrilled with Collar ID!
– Tricia, Tualatin, OR