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Claire L
13th September 2008, 11:30 PM
Anybody know where I might get these (http://www.jazzytags.com/clips.html) in Ireland or the UK ??
I don't want to have to pay $12 for postage :eek:

Thanks

Ste
13th September 2008, 11:55 PM
I like the Maya collars on that site, very colourful! And it just so happens that Jasmine doesn't have a collar yet........... :D

Davy
14th September 2008, 12:13 AM
you could try and local haberdashery shops for them.

Did a quick search on google and found this site.

http://www.sewessential.co.uk/Category.asp?CategoryID=1527

Claire L
14th September 2008, 01:13 AM
I like the Maya collars on that site, very colourful! And it just so happens that Jasmine doesn't have a collar yet........... :D

Godd luck in choosing one Ste. I wouldn't be able to make up my mind................... so many to choose from icon_nwunsure

Claire L
14th September 2008, 01:14 AM
you could try and local haberdashery shops for them.

Did a quick search on google and found this site.

http://www.sewessential.co.uk/Category.asp?CategoryID=1527


Thanks Davy :flwr: I'll order from them tomorrow :jump:

brotymo
14th September 2008, 03:26 PM
Hi Claire,
I'd worry a bit that the tag hanging down that extra length would make them more likely to get caught in things (like air vents, between decking boards, on chain link fence). I say this because I have had tags get caught twice in years past (once on a chain link fence...I wondered where they had disappeared off the dog's collar, and found them later, hanging on the fence when I was weed-eating). She was a big dog and fortunately had bent the tag clip and freed herself. A couple years ago, my Malamute, Kaya had her tags dangle down through the air vent, turn sideways and entrap her. She is a big dog, and she yanked the vent out of the floor and was flinging it all around in panic until her breakaway collar released. (I was right there and saw that one happen). A small dog wouldn't have the strength. I use Chinook breakaway collars now, and small tags that have little protruding that can get snagged. I began using the collars after having Kaya got her lower jaw stuck under another dog's collar wrestling, the collar twisting and coming very close to strangling the other dog before I could get them apart. If I hadn't been there....I shutter to think.

Claire L
14th September 2008, 05:23 PM
Brotymo, I understand totally where you're coming from :flwr:
I use the clips for their harnesses only, as you can see here:
http://i84.photobucket.com/albums/k37/poochpal_2006/IMG_1132.jpg

It just makes it so much easier to transfer the tags and they don't always have their collars on when we go to the beach.

brotymo
14th September 2008, 06:33 PM
It just makes it so much easier to transfer the tags and they don't always have their collars on when we go to the beach.

Ah, very good idea. I totally see now. And I apologize if I sounded bossy or judgemental. I just would hate to say nothing, if I could prevent an accident by doing so.

On that note, I think I might look for some, too. I am sure our Home Depot or Lowes has a wide selection of sizes. Not sure if you guys have those overseas.

Claire L
14th September 2008, 07:23 PM
Ah, very good idea. I totally see now. And I apologize if I sounded bossy or judgemental. I just would hate to say nothing, if I could prevent an accident by doing so.

On that note, I think I might look for some, too. I am sure our Home Depot or Lowes has a wide selection of sizes. Not sure if you guys have those overseas.

No worries! You didn't sound bossy or judgemental at all :) I'm pleased you cared enough to post the warning - thank you :flwr::flwr::flwr:

Lucky's Aunt
14th September 2008, 10:43 PM
I literally ordered from them 2 minutes ago I almost bought some of the clips.

I have bought the clips from them before and use them for lots of household stuff too. I am almost out. If I order more, I will let you know and I will throw in a few more for you. How many do you want? The postage is not that bad. Lani or I can throw them in the mail.

Chelle & Rex
15th September 2008, 01:15 AM
Hi Claire,
I got Rexys tag from www.mollys.ie. I got it at Pet Expo last year but their delivery is very reasonable. PLUS they are at Pet Expo this year too as far s I know.

Claire L
15th September 2008, 01:17 PM
I literally ordered from them 2 minutes ago I almost bought some of the clips.

I have bought the clips from them before and use them for lots of household stuff too. I am almost out. If I order more, I will let you know and I will throw in a few more for you. How many do you want? The postage is not that bad. Lani or I can throw them in the mail.


Thank you Lynn, that's very kind of you :flwr: but guess what? I sent a mail to Jazzytags explaining that I only wanted to buy clips and that I thought the postage was a bit expensive :eek: Well! They replied this morning and will only charge me $3.96 for post :jump:
They even went to the post office to check out the cost for me :eek:

Now that's what I call *Customer Service* :flwr::flwr:

hbmama
17th September 2008, 03:33 AM
I clicked on the link and loved the tags and clips! So much so that I placed an order. They should be here in about 7 days. You can tell them thankyou and that you are drumming up business for them.:D

I have been looking for something that I can quick clip to different collars or harnesses when we change them. This should fit the bill. :thmbsup:

hbmama
20th September 2008, 06:50 PM
Received the new tag (round with red heart) and clips yesterday. It took less than a week and total bill was about $13.00. The tag is high quality and just what I was looking for. I also got the quick clip so I can easily change her jingle tags to her harness or whatever she is wearing when we go out. Thanks for the tip and I do reccomend this company!