- Please note that your order will be printedEXACTLYas you input your customisation including how you enter upper and lower case letters, spellings, spaces and punctuation. Triple check what you have entered as customised items are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged.
A maximum of two words willprintclearly on the front. On the back of your tag, we suggest a maximum of 4 lines of text to ensure clear printing. We recommend including the owner's name, address including postcode and telephone number.
Our tags come with a secure split ring and lobster clip connector, making it easy for you to swap from one harness or collar to another.
- Small 25mm - Tiny to small breed
- Medium 32mm - Medium to large breed
- Large 38mm - Large to biggest breed
As each ID tag is customised and printed to order, this product is non-refundable. Please carefully check your customisation text ahead of placing your order, it will be printedexactlyas you type onto the form.This does not affect your statutory rights.
ID Tags are dispatched separately to our other products, within 4 days of order.
In the UK, the Control of Dogs Order 1992 states that any dog in a public place must display the name and address, including postcode, of the owner. A telephone number is optional but we would recommend this in case your dog does get lost.
You can be fined up to £5,000 if your dog does not wear an identification tag in a public place. Microchipping alone is not enough, your dog needs both a microchip (from 8 weeks) and an ID tag by law.
You do not have to put your dog's name on the tag, this is optional. Unfortunately dog theft is rife and if a thief knows the name of your dog this may help them pass on the dog to unsuspecting new owners.
The Control of Dogs Order does state seven exemptions to the law:
- any pack of hounds (hunting animals)
- any dog while being used for sporting purposes
- any dog while being used for the capture or destruction of vermin
- any dog while being used for the driving or tending of cattle or sheep
- any dog while being used on official duties by a member of Her Majesty’s Armed Forces or Her Majesty’s Customs and Excise or the police force for any area
- any dog while being used in emergency rescue work
- any dog registered with the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association