Because EVERY Pet Deserves to Find Their Way Home!
The perfect safety collar for cats, small dogs . . . even ferrets!
Now there are no more excuses not to have your small pet
properly collared and ID'd.
Many owners feel that collars can be harmful,
even traditional break-aways.
Others feel that because theirs is an indoor pet,
there is no need for a collar or ID.
They feel a collar might be uncomfortable
for cats who live indoors
or for dogs who live indoors and are not walked,
but only "go potty" in a fenced in yard.
But accidents happen. Doors open and pets escape.
Pets travel in cars and should an accident occur,
the unthinkable can happen,
and the pet in all the confusion, runs off.
Visits to the vet can also result in a lost pet.
But now there is our "No Excuses" Collar!
We believe there is no more comfortable
or easy-to-use collar available anywhere.
This clever collar is made of stretchable 3-layer neoprene
with Velcro closure for a perfect "cut to fit" size up to 13".
Neoprene is light-weight, stretchy, durable, and easy to care for.
Simply wipe off with a damp cloth.
We firmly believe collars are an important component
of pet ID programs designed to reduce euthanasia in shelters
and to get pets returned to their caregivers.
Besides its ease of use, another fantastic feature
of this one size fits most collar
is its two options for identifying your pet.
This collar has a reinforced brass eyelet for attaching an
"O" ring and ID (purchased separately).
Or you can simply use a waterproof marker
and write the information of your choice
directly on the collar!
How simple is that???
Or are you the creative type?
Have you ever looked at a collar and thought to yourself
"I could do better than that"!
Well, here is your chance to create your very own
unique collar design for your very own unique pet!
So like the name says, now there are "No Excuses"
not to have your pet properly collared and identified . . .
just in case!
Dogs Get Found, Cats Stay Lost
Did you know that a lost Pooch is more likely to be found than a missing PurrKid?
Why? Because man's best friend is more likely to be wearing collars and identification tags
than our finicky feline friends.
These findings, published in the Jan. 15, 2007 issue of the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, found that while 71 percent of lost dogs in the Dayton, Ohio, area were reunited with their owners, only 53 percent of lost cats ended up back at home.
Cat owners may not put identification on their cats because the cat dislikes the collar.
Others don't feel the need for identification because they keep their pets indoors.
But pets can and do slip out of the house.
And when people find pets (most particularly cats) without identification,
they might mistakenly believe they are strays and feed and adopt them
or take them to a shelter where the chances of being reunited with their owners
is significantly reduced without the proper collar and identification.
Please, please remember . . .
just because you keep your pet indoors shouldn't mean you don't have to identify them.
A LOVED PET IS AN IDENTIFIED PET!