Sherman and Leroy don’t wear dog tags.
They only wear their collars when we go somewhere, and we go somewhere they are on a leash, so I’ve just always figured they don’t really need a dog tag, but maybe I’ve been wrong all these years.
I mean why shouldn’t my dogs have a little bling bling on their collars when they are wearing them?
After all, dog tags aren’t what they use to be.
These days you can get a dog tag for just about any dog that says just about anything.
That’s why I was super excited when Paul from Packleader asked if I would be interested in doing a review of their dog tags that were originally designed for their Newf Heidi, who is constantly swimming in the sea, and needed a tag large enough to be visible and withstand the constant submerging in water.
I was sent 2 dog tags to review. One for Leroy and one for Sherman.
Out of several designs to choose from I of course chose the one with the brown Newfoundland displayed on it, although the Newfoundlands Are Kind Of A BIG Deal one was pretty awesome too.
I had a their names, addresses and my cell phone engraved on the back.
I was really impressed with the quality and size of the 45mm brass tags. Big enough to be seen on a large Newfoundland, but yet not so big that it gets in the way or looks awkward.
And the fact that it can stand up to being constantly submerged in sea water left me feeling pretty confident about Sherman’s slobber that was constantly overflowing from his mouth onto the tag.
Since receiving the tags I’ve already gotten several compliments and inquires about the tags and, well, Leroy thinks that he is a little cooler now that he has some bling.
Packleader is based out out of the UK but the majority of their sales are in the US. The average cost for a tag is $23.00 which includes the tag and the engraving on the back and shipping is free.
I’m pretty excited now that my dogs have some super cool tags and what’s even cooler is that now they have a tag that says they are a NEWFOUNDLAND, which is very nice for the strangers that are trying to figure out what they are when we are out and about! BONUS!
***Disclosure: I was sent 2 dog tags from Packleader for free in return for my honest review of their product. All opinions expressed here are mine and mine only.