| Dwane Lauinger on 11/06/2013
Hi, how are you today?
My name is Dwane Lauinger, and I live in Calgary, Alberta, Canada,...I'm retired, and travel from Alberta to Saskatchewan every 6 to 8 weeks.
I have two Bichon/Shih tzu puppies named Chavis (male), and Eva (female), who travel with me wherever I go.
I bought Red Dingo Red Fire hydrant dog tags five years ago, but Eva lost hers two months ago. I like the durability of the tags, and unlike the cheap tags you can get, a person can still read the pup's name, and a person can still see the phone number, on the tags long after the purchase date. Plus, the tags look good because of their bright colour.
I decided to purchased two tags, one tag for Chavis (male), and one tag for Eva (female), so Chavis didn't feel left out, plus, it doesn't hurt to renew a tag just to keep it fresh, and easy, to read.
So in the end, I would recommend the Red Dingo tag,...I'm sure if Chavis, or Eva, could talk,...and type,...they would've said the same thing I just did,...and I wouldn't have had to.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada