Solid brass nameplates get your dog identified quickly
Durable design will last for the life of the collar
Easy to attach with included rivets
Permanently engraved, these slim brass nameplates fit on most of our Buckle and Quick Klip collars. And if you buy a collar from us and would like the nameplate attached, please phone in your order and we will be happy to accommodate your request. Rivets are included with both nameplates. (Please Note: Adding a nameplate to a Quick-Klip collar may reduce adjustability.)
Collar identification is one of the most important things you can do for your dog no matter where you live. The use of nametags helps ensure your pet’s return, should you become separated. We recommend that every pet who spends any time outside wear a collar and nametag. It could just save your pet’s life.
Please click on "More Information" for engraving details including number of lines and spaces per line on each nametag.
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Please note: If you are ordering more than one nameplate tag with different personalization per tag, please add tags to your shopping cart one at a time and specify desired personalization for each tag separately. Thank you!
Please be sure to stay within the allowable character count as described below.
Standard holds up to four lines, 24 characters per line (including spaces). Nameplate measures 3/4" wide x 2-3/4" long.
Small (recommended for 5/8" collars and cat collars) holds up to three lines, 19 characters per line (including spaces). Nameplate measures 3/8" wide x 2" long.
All uppercase letters and numbers can be engraved, as well as the following characters:
Can the Brass Nameplates be attached to a harness?
Yes, Brass Nameplates can be attached to any harness. The best place to attach the nameplate is across the piece that lays across your dog's back. This way it won't be in the way if you need to adjust the harness.
To attach your brass nameplate to your dog's collar first make two holes for the rivets to go through. Lay the plate on the collar, lining it up with the holes, and slide the top rivet into the holes. Slide the bottom rivet over the top one, and with the collar laying on a hard surface, pound the rivet with a hammer. Your nameplate will then be attached to your dog's collar.
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