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Claire L
17th March 2008, 10:11 PM
me find some that stay in good condition and remain easy to read.
I've bought Jazzy Tags and they scratched. I've tried several different kinds but after a while they just become unreadable even though I polish them .
Can anyone recommend a good doggy tag that will withstand the rigours of two very lively Cavaliers:sl*p:

Cavvygirl
17th March 2008, 11:04 PM
I use the plastic ones from www.identitag.co.uk (http://www.identitag.co.uk) and they are brilliant still look like new!!:)

pippa
17th March 2008, 11:18 PM
I use the plastic ones from www.identitag.co.uk (http://www.identitag.co.uk) and they are brilliant still look like new!!:)


These look great, what size did you get?

BELLE'S MUMMY
17th March 2008, 11:18 PM
Hiya, those tag look fab and great prices, what size did you get?

*Pauline*
18th March 2008, 12:17 AM
I use the same company as Cavvygirl. I found the round medium size to be too big and had to get a second tag in small. They deliver very quickly. I went for chrome. You can have writing on the front and back of tag so you can fit on quite a bit.

Karlin
18th March 2008, 12:50 AM
I use them too -- I get the plastic tags as they don't discolour white coats (maybe they coat the metal ones but the jangling drives me crazy). Excellent service. I know Stephen (Ste) used them and that's how I found them. I have medium tags.

Claire L
18th March 2008, 12:13 PM
Thanks guys :flwr: I ordered two small size red plastic bones so we''l see how they look. The medium size looked to be a bit on the big side. Anyway, I can always order some more later.:thnku:

Now! Anybody know where I can get some lightweight collars??
I don't usually leave collars on the girls but if I can get really lightweight ones then I will leave them on 24/7.