Service Dog Supplies
Easily identify your Service Dog with these tags. These attractive light-weight IDs quickly attach to your service dog's collar or vest. Our tags are made with a durable metal back for strength. The lettering is printed with fade resistant inks and then coated with a super strong epoxy bubble that prevents the writing from being scratched or worn off. The bright red design and glossy epoxy coating also helps them stand out from ordinary ID tags. You get 2 tags for one low price. Each set also comes with 2 rings for attaching the tags to collars or vests.
The tags measure 2" x 1.375". This original Service Dog Tag Design isn't available from any other manufacturer and is proudly made here in America.
Posted by Dora on 28th Jun 2014
The service dog tags are made of good sturdy material, will resist wear and tear at my dog's collar, beautiful design, clear writing on them. I like them, and they will make identifying my boy as a service animal much easier together with the vest.
Posted by David M on 9th Mar 2014
My service dog is a pit bull who was born and raised in Arizona. We never even bothered trying to put a vest on her because of the temperature. Now I've moved to Colorado and sometimes get comments about my dog not having a vest even though I have a plastic service ID in my wallet for her. These metal tags are great for easy visibility, and it doesn't scratch my dog's neck like clipping a big plastic tag to her collar does. My only gripe is that they're not double sided.
Posted by Juls T. on 1st Mar 2014
Has a heavy coating on one side of rubber with the decal on there keeps the tag from making alot of noise - which is nice since the other tags already make enough. Also very easy to see by the public.
Posted by Tanya Hoover on 9th Feb 2014
Thank you for the service dog tags which arrived in good condition at a reasonable price. It makes a difference to us. Thank you, again.
Posted by Gail on 6th Sep 2013
I haven't had the tags long but so far I like their quality and durability. My dog is a hearing dog so her service is not needed outside the home. But sometimes I take her with me just for the ride and then make an unexpected errand stop and need to bring her inside. The tag still gives me service ID when she's not wearing her service vest so no questions asked. If I were to suggest changes I'd request that Service Dog Tags would offer an ID engraving on the backside (one less tag on the collar) and that the tag would either be smaller (license size) or offer a smaller size for the little dogs.
Posted by Donna on 2nd Sep 2013
I have several disablities that makes life tough for me. I am diabetic and my dog can sense when my blood sugar starts getting to high. I also have total hearing loss on my right side as well as having macular degeneration and some sight loss on my right side. I also have severe arthritis in both knees and have trouble walking. I depend on Savannah to help me and if I fall she knows to find me help because I am unable to get up by myself. We were going on a vacation, our first one in several years and I had almost decided to stay home when I ran into a lady at Walmart and we were talking. She has some disabilities to. She told me if I depended on my dog for help I needed to get her service dog tags and take her. I did get her service dog tags, collar and leash and went on a vacation with my husband and ended up enjoying the time. Savannah was a great help to us both actually as my husband has very severe hearing loss due to working in a plant for nearly 40 years. Thank you. If it hadn't been for you we would not have had this time away.