Dog ID Tag & Reflector

Item #O3R2

$1.00

Dog ID Tag & Reflector

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Just write in your pet's name, address, and phone number, snap on the see-through cover, and your animal is protected and identified. Jeffers Dog ID Tag & Reflector attaches to any collar. Read More

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$1.00

Description

Just write in your pet's name, address, and phone number, snap on the see-through cover, and your animal is protected and identified.

Attaches easily to any collar

Not recommended for small animals

Made in China

Attributes

  • Brand: Jeffers
  • Type: Tag

Reviews (5)

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  1. 3.0 out of 5 stars

    "Adequate "

    I use these to id my Nigerian dwarf kids, the size is perfect for their Id number and name. The reflector does fall off but isn't necessary for my use. A little model glue keeps the clear cover in place. The ring doesn't stand up to the rough rubbing of the yearlings, but for the kids is sufficient.

  2. 1.0 out of 5 stars

    "Junk"

    These are junk. I bought three and all of them fell apart within a week.

  3. 4.0 out of 5 stars

    "good value for the $1"

    I learned to anticipate that the clear cover (goes over what you write on it) and the red reflector will pop off eventually, so I just fortify both with a few drops of Super Glue when I assemble the tag. Excellent value for the money!

  4. 1.0 out of 5 stars

    "Not good"

    I have bought these four times and the first day reflector breaks off the first day. I super glue them back on but that is a lot of effort.

  5. 3.0 out of 5 stars

    "Good for the price"

    I bought these for my dogs because I move a lot and so it's not worth paying $6 or $7 for a tag that will be outdated in 6 months. These are a good alternative in that they're cheap and can be replaced easily when I move. However, the reflective portion falls of pretty easily, so it's just a tag and not a reflective tag. The ink stays put as far as I've found, but I did use a permanent marker instead of just a pen.

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