This is a 'must have tool in your box' if you're a dog owner, dog minder or pet foster carer!
With our custom made identity sleeve, you have added security to make sure that your pooch is wearing visible phone contact ID. With these you can swap and change easily from one collar to another, or between dogs or even to different leads or their harness. The peace of mind that you can also easily slip on the collar identity sleeve if your dog is being minded or walked by a walker. Thousands of dogs go missing each year and cannot be returned to their homes quickly because they aren't wearing any visual identification to allow a finder to 'call home'.
Our custom made embroidered identity sleeves, are also an excellent tool for doggie daycares or even by carers in rescue groups, especially if they are being fostered or are new in care; again the peace of mind, that a visual 'phone home' identification is on the dog, enables the dog to be returned to the carer/rescue much sooner.
The sleeve itself is made of tough lightweight nylon fabric, measuring between 15 to 20 cm embroidered with a contact phone number, they attach by wrapping with full length velcro, to ANY type of webbing collar/lead/harness that you may use, eg martingale collar, buckle collar or check collar (when being walked), it can also be wrapped to the lead or a harness! Ultimately, making it easier for the finder to make contact if your dog is found.
*Easy to change between collars, leads or harness
*Wraps around webbing, attaches with velcro
*Large range of colours available
Our embroidered identity sleeves are custom made for you: you have to let me know your mobile phone number you wish to have on the collar. If you have a preferred colour, please pick a colour from the photo which makes up part of this description. Embroidery will be in either black or white.
If you have any other queries, or wish to contact me, my mobile is 0418171896.
IMPORTANT: This is not a substitute for having your dog microchipped! If your dog is micro-chipped, please also ensure that your contact information is up to date on the database of the microchip company that it is registered with.