What Can You Do to Stop Pet Tags From Rattling?

by Caryn Anderson Google
    Noisy dog tags can be just as irritating to your dog, as they are to you, so eliminating the noise is essential.

    Noisy dog tags can be just as irritating to your dog, as they are to you, so eliminating the noise is essential.

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    Dog tags are necessary because they tell strangers who your dog is, where he’s from and that he’s been vaccinated. Dog tags also help ensure your dog will be returned to you, should he go missing. Unfortunately, dog tags aren’t silent, and they can cause a bit of ruckus when the metal pieces clang together. You can silence your dog’s tags while still ensuring your dog’s information is visible.

    Silicone Dog Tag Silencers

    Most pet stores carry silicone dog tag silencers. These inexpensive rubber bands are easy to affix, and fit snuggly around your dog’s tags to keep them from making noise. When purchasing, bring in your dog’s tags to ensure your purchase is the right shape and size.

    Do-It-Yourself Dog Tag Silencers

    Secure your dog’s tag, so that it doesn’t swing freely and make noise. With a dab of hot glue, you can secure the tag to his collar. Remove the collar from your dog before gluing the tag to it and allow it to dry fully before you reattach the collar. Alternatively, you can wrap string around the tag and collar, ensuring the tags stay tightly in place when your dog is in motion. It’s important to be sure the string is wrapped in such a way that it doesn’t obscure the information on the tags.

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    About the Author

    Caryn Anderson combines extensive behind-the-scenes writing experience with her passion for all things food, fashion, garden and travel. Bitten by the travel bug at the age of 15 after a trip to Europe, Anderson fostered her love of style and fashion while living in New York City and earning her degree at New York University.

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