There are many reasons pet parents give to not owning or purchasing a pet identification tag, but also there are reasons to own a pet ID tag because of its proven track record of tracking down your pet in minutes, not days or weeks and even months too! Here are the most common reasons owners give to not purchasing a pet ID tag.
It’s an indoor pet. (But what happens when your pet escapes out the open door that is left open accidentally and runs away).
Haven’t gotten around to it.
Question: Would owners use ID tags if SmartTag made it incredibly easy, providing free ID tags on the spot. The answer: Yes. Most took the offering and, in follow-up calls weeks later, the vast majority said their pets were wearing them.
Saving lives is what SmartTag is all about because pet owners can save a whole lot of lives if they could be persuaded to do what they already acknowledge is important put ID tags on their pets. And even the ASPCA is seeking funding sources to try to make that happen. Will the people who get freebies bother to go get another tag when phone number or address changes? Yes, if it’s carried out correctly. For example, SmartTag has already tested this out already. Pet parents wouldn’t have to worry about purchasing a new ID tag, because as part of SmartTag’s mission they already offer FREE lifetime replacement tags. Anytime the tag is lost or damaged you can contact us directly so we can send you the free replacement tag. Your unique ID tag number will be stored in your idtag.com account, just log in using your email and password.
Every SmartTag package has an additional plastic tag, for your key ring with the same unique serial number. Since your SmartTag number is not legible please place the plastic tag, for now, on your pets collar in case of an emergency. Contact us at and we will ship a free replacement SmartTag out today.
Moreover, ID tags that anyone can see and respond to carry more than the predictable benefit. Research shows that when people see a roaming animal wearing a collar and an ID tag, they’re likely to step in and try to help. They instantly know it’s someone’s pet, not a feral. And they know they’re not committing to keeping the animal forever, they’re merely making a simple phone call. And when people intervene, that’s less time the animal is wandering, at risk of being injured or killed by a vehicle, or attacked, or landing in a shelter where, often, it will be euthanized in 72 hours.
It’s simple insurance. And cheap, but most importantly, it comes from a reliable source called SmartTag, with a proven track record of saving pets one day at a time, where every second counts. Visit our blog at and see what everyone is talking about!