Up to 4 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.
Please fill in the blanks with the text you would like engraved on your Dog ID Nameplate. Feel free to use all engraving lines and characters allowed 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.
Herbert B: Had it before and it was great. No rusting, even after the ocean (many times).May 9, 2013
Kiersten W: I can't keep my dog out of the water, which results in her losing tags constantly. She never loses this type of tag so I know she always has ID on her.Apr 20, 2013
Nora H: Because we have lost all the traditional dog tags that hang from the collar.Apr 15, 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
GREGORY I: Good size. Customizable. Good service. (Thanks, Chuck!)Apr 12, 2013
Kristin S: Want ID tag to be sturdy part of collar. Sick of jangling dog tags.Feb 27, 2013
Melaney C: our dog has a collar that this could easily be attached to.Feb 26, 2013
Polly S: My dog loves to go into the bush and regular dog tags either fall off or they fade. The Rivet-On Dog Collar Name Tag stays on the collar, so I don't have to worry about it getting lost and it does not fade so last for years. The only reason why I am ordering a new one is our contact phone numbers have changed. Totally Recommend this product.Feb 19, 2013
A shopper asked:Can these be used on only leather collars or can they be used on nylon collars too?Dec 30, 2012
Gayle D:I see no reason why you couldn't use them on a nylon collar except you'll have to "burn" the hole to melt the nylon just a liitle so it doesn't frey Might work best to use a hot nail to make the hole.Feb 20, 2013