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Win a DogTuff ID Tag for #NationalPetIDWeek – 3 winners!

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The statistics about lost pets are terrifying: one in three pets will become lost in their lifetime. April’s National Pet ID Week draws attention to the need to ID your dog, in case he should get out or become separated from you.

In observance of National Pet ID Week, we’ve got a special giveaway from DogTuff.com: enter to win one of three Red Dingo Classic or Enamel Series Pet ID Tags. These premium pet IDs can be engraved with your dog’s vital information on solid stainless steel. Each tag is guaranteed readable for the life of the product.

A look at DogTuff’s infographic on this topic and it’s easy to see why your dog needs an ID tag–one with current information that is readable and will hold up to wear and tear. And while microchipping is great, there’s nothing like the simplicity of an ID tag for getting your dog home FAST. Over the years, we have found over 20 lost dogs and were able to return all but one (who became our Alby) to their families thanks to tags with a current address and phone number.

DogTuff.com – your source for the world’s most durable dog toys and accessories from top manufacturers, all at unbeatable prices, knows about tough products so you’ll know these tags are durable as well. From small dogs to large, there is something for every dog at DogTuff.com.

The Prizes

You’ll find a huge selection of pet IDs on the DogTuff.com site–and THREE lucky winners will choose their tag and personalize it with their own information.

Winners will select, design, size and a color option if the design selected has multiple color options. (Not all tags have color options.) Each winner will receive a code allowing them to select the prize via the URL supplied.

Please note: giveaway includes only the Classic & Enamel series. Not the Diamante Tags.

How to Enter

This giveaway has ended. Congratulations to our winners:

DogTuff is sponsoring this giveaway and will fulfill prizes.

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Jess Harteis

Sunday 30th of April 2017

Yes, my pups all wear name tags, license and rabbis tags.

Char

Sunday 30th of April 2017

Yes. With his name and my phone number.

Robin

Sunday 30th of April 2017

Yes, rabies.

Melody Finch

Sunday 30th of April 2017

Yes

Kats5dogs

Saturday 29th of April 2017

My dogs wear ID tags but one was playing and lost his somewhere in the yard I never found. I do rescue work and have rescued so many dogs without tags… it is SO important.

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