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Stainless Steel Rivet-On Dog Collar Name Plate - 5/8 x 2 3/4 inch

Product ID: ID-00574

Price: $10.00

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Estimated Production Time: 1 to 2 business days.


  • Solid Stainless Steel
  • Engraving Guaranteed
  • Hardware Included
  • Install with a Hammer
  • Comes Curved for Best Fit to Collar
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  • Stainless steel material.
  • 2 3/4 inches long x 5/8 inches wide.
  • Up to 3 lines of text with 20 characters per line.
  • Supplied rivets accommodate collars up to 1/4 inch thick. If you need longer rivets than this, please indicate your dog's collar thickness in the comments section of your order and we'll send rivets with appropriate length.
  • Three two-piece rivets are supplied with each nameplate ordered...One extra just in case you need it.
  • Recommended for flat collars only 3/4 inch width or wider for the best look.
  • Customize your Dog ID Tag with your own unique fontClick here for a printable list of the fonts you can choose from. Arial is the default font we use if you would rather not choose.
  • Plate comes bent for the best fit to the collar. If you would prefer to have a plate plate, please request that in the order notes at checkout. 
  • Not sure what to have engraved on your Dog Collar Nameplate or how to install it? Click the following links for help...
    Engraving Text Examples
    Nameplate Installation Instructions

    Please fill in the blanks with the text you would like engraved on your Dog ID Nameplate. Feel free to use all 4 lines with up to 25 characters per line but please keep in mind that the more characters and lines used, the smaller the characters will be. All text will be centered horizontally and vertically unless you specify otherwise in the comments section of your order.
Stainless Steel Rivet-On Dog Collar Name Plate - 5/8 x 2 3/4 inch
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dogIDs Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Jeff H: Great as a back up May 7, 2013
Kenny S: aesthetic Apr 29, 2013
Jeremy H: I have hunting dogs and tags with rivits don't get pulled off by the brush, thorns, etc. that the dogs run through. Apr 14, 2013
Matt M: Needed some quality tags that wouldn't wear out or easily come off. Decided to give this a shot! Apr 13, 2013
Mark C: Tags get pulled off and lost. Feb 26, 2013
George M asked: Are special tools needed to install the rivets? Sep 25, 2013
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Chuck BStaff: 1. Place the nameplate on the collar in the location you would like to install it.
2. Mark the nameplate rivet hole positions.
3. Punch holes in the collar where you made the nameplate hole marks with a leather punch, hammer and punch, drill, etc.
4. Push the rivet posts through the holes in the collar and nameplate holes from the backside of the collar.
5. Tap the rivet caps onto the rivet posts with a hammer.
6. That's it...You're done!
Chuck B. Staff
Sep 25, 2013
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W. W: No. I have "installed" many of these plates, and I use a regular ice pick to
make a hole in the collar, then place 1/2 of the rivet through the ID plate and the hole in the collar, cap the other side with the other 1/2 of the rivet, place the whole thing on a hard surface (granite countertop, brick or something similar,) and finally hammer the rivet assembly together with a regular hammer. Whole process takes less than 5 minutes. And, the instructions provided by DogIDs are simple and clear - excellent. The quality of the plates and engraving is superb. I keep ordering more.
Sep 25, 2013
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FRAN P: The first time I used a nail and a hammer to make the hole for the rivet, it worked, but the second time, I used an awl and a hammer, and it was so much easier. Just work awl through the hole in the collar and the rivet will fit right through. Tap the cap and you will be good to go. Sep 25, 2013
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Brett F: All you need is a small hammer to fasten the rivet once its through the collar. An ice pick or something sharp would make it easier to punch the rivet through the collar, but I've been able to just push the rivet through a pretty thick collar without problems. Sep 25, 2013
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Victoria P: If you are riveting through leather like I was you may need to hole punch the spots where you are riveting to. Otherwise you just need a flathead screwdriver to secure the riveting hardware.
Mine has stayed secure for over a year with no issues.
Sep 26, 2013
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Ray C: First of all these are very nice name plates! No special tool needed for the rivets. Just a hammer to tap one end of the rivet and a hard surface (small piece of metal or something similar) for the other end to rest on. Sep 25, 2013
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Zebulon S: To install the rivets no. You will need a drill and drill bit to put the wholes in the collar. Other than that a small hammer to tap the rivets together and your done. It turns out awesome. We love ours on our min-pin. Sep 25, 2013
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Matt M: Nothing special, just your typical hammer to hammer the rivets into the little end pieces to secure the nameplate to the collar. Super simple. Sep 27, 2013
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Laura F: My husband poked holes in the collar using a small, sharp screwdriver and hammer. Then you simply pound the rivets together with a hammer. Sep 25, 2013
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Bettina M: I just used a pair of pliers to squeeze them together. The hardest part for me was getting the pin through the weave on the collar itself. Sep 25, 2013
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Jennifer M: You will need a hammer, yes. And it helps to use a nail or screw to make a hole for the rivet to go in to...Very easy to do though. Sep 25, 2013
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David C: The tools I used to secure the rivets were: hammer, a metal punch w/ diameter larger than the rivet and a block of wood. Sep 25, 2013
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Colin C: Just a hammer. High quality, easy to read & durable. Our two dogs and a cat all have the tags. No problems. Sep 29, 2013
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Mark C: All you need is a flat steel area to place the back of the rivet on, and a small hammer. Sep 26, 2013
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Cathy D: No. Just a hammer (to flatten rivets) and a nail (to make holes in collar). Oct 1, 2013
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Jeremy H: All you need is a hammer and a hard surface like a concrete floor. Sep 25, 2013
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Sara M: No special tool. A hammer is helpful but not necessary. Sep 25, 2013
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Graeme W: No, just a hammer! Sep 25, 2013
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Stainless Steel Rivet-On Dog Collar Name Plate - 5/8 x 2 3/4 inch reviews verified by Reevoo

(9.3 out of 10)
Overall Rating
Scores 9.3 out of 10 based on 28 reviews
(9 out of 10)


The plate and engraving are of the best quality.
The rivets supplied are of poor quality and look horrible once hammered in place. ( I replaced the rivets with Chicago screws for a beautiful finish.)
Confirmed purchase: May 22 2014
Published on: August 10 2014
(10 out of 10)


Fits well on any collar . Easy to assemble on collars
No cons
Confirmed purchase: June 10 2014
Published on: July 08 2014
(10 out of 10)


NorCal US
Looks great and true to the preview on the website. It feels sturdy, as do the rivets. They can be removed without too much trouble, though (like if you need a new collar but don't need a new tag).
A little pricey, but worth the expense.
Confirmed purchase: May 12 2014
Published on: June 09 2014
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