Cleveland Browns Pet ID Tag
- Product Description
Calling all Cleveland Browns fans for an officially licensed NFL dog tag!
Just what any Cleveland Browns fan would love for their pet, a Cleveland Browns Pet ID Tag. This NFL dog tag is painted seal brown with burnt orange and white accent stripes and features the familiar bullmastiff Brown's mascot.
This ultra-light ID tag will show your team spirit if you are a regular in the DAWG POUND at First Energy Field or just walking your pooch in the local neighborhood. In addition to the team logo on the front, we will laser engrave up to 4 lines of information on the back of the tag, plenty of room to include any needed information. As we know, even well trained pets can wander off, and you will rest assured should your best friend become lost, this tag can help him return home.
We include a glow-in-the-dark dog tag silencer made of silicone, which not only prevents jingling noises, but also prevents wear and tear at the same time. At dogIDs we guarantee that all laser engraving on our sports tags will last your pet's lifetime, so if the engraving wears off for any reason we will replace the tag.
This sporty pet tag is a one size fits all, and will serve to remind you of the great teams and traditions of the past. With greats like Coach Paul Brown and outstanding players like Jim Brown and Bernie Kosar, you tag will identify you as a loyal fan among pet owners. With 4 NFL Championships and a long tradition of helmets without logos, your pet will be able to wear this tag as a daily tribute to this great football club.
- NFL Officially Licensed
- Free, Custom Laser Engraved Personalization
- High Quality Glossy Color
- Glow in the Dark Tag Silencer Included with Purchase
- Includes S-Hook and Split Ring for Your Choice of Attachment
- Guaranteed to Withstand Rust
- One Size Fits All
- 1 ½ inches x 1 inch
- Up to 4 Lines of Text
- 15 Characters Per Line
- Guaranteed for Life of Pet
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