The inner beauty in these gems is that they help ensure you’ll find your pet if it’s lost. With blanketID, anyone who comes across your pet can enter the tag number on the company’s website to find all the information you’d want them to have.
If you report your pet missing, blanketID.com will automatically send a broadcast email to local SPCA, animal hospitals, shelters and other local blanketID members. The email includes a link to 24/7 a full description and photos to help identify your lost pet.
I had the honor of reviewing a tag for Olive and I’m sold. She’s microchipped, but the company offers some compelling reasons why it’s also advisable for pets to have visible identification.
According to blanketID, microchips can be rendered useless if the person who finds your pet doesn’t take it to a suitable place to trace your address. And since they’re invisible, that person may not realize the pet has an owner.
Identification could be the difference between losing your pet forever and having her safely returned home, so my advice is the more, the merrier. Especially when they’re this cute.