This tag is shown entirely copper but can be made in any combination of copper, nickel, and/or brass.
Our dog is shown wearing the Large size tag.
Tiny - 3/4" (.75") perfect for tiny dogs (Pocket Poodles, Chihuahuas, Yorkies) and small cats
(Tiny tags are limited as to how much can fit on these tags. Please message me so we can discuss what info and image you will need.)
Small - 1" Good for small dogs (Shih Tzu, Maltese, Daschund) and medium cats
Medium - 1.15" for dogs like Border Collies, Pit Bulls, Cocker Spaniels and large cats
Large - 1.5" for breeds such as German Shepherds and Boxers
XLarge - 2" for large breeds including Great Danes and Newfoundlands
Cost is based on the work involved in creating this piece, so it is the same no matter what size you choose. Tag will include 2 size-appropriate split rings for attaching the tag to your pet's collar.
When placing your order, please include the following information:
Tag Size (Small, Medium, Large, XLarge)
Metal (Copper, Nickel, Brass?)
Please take a moment to double check the information you are providing to ensure that it is accurate, including the spelling of the pet's name and the accuracy of the phone number.
Disclaimer: After much deliberation and speaking with a few friends who are veterinarians, we have decided against treating these tags to resist tarnish. Most chemicals and sealants that we would typically use could be harmful to pets if swallowed. What this means is that these metal tags will tarnish, especially the copper! Please keep this in mind when you are ordering. Your pet's safety is of the utmost importance and we would prefer a little tarnish to a lifetime of being able to get that call if your pet gets lost.
Shipping note: It takes about six weeks to complete these tags. We feel it is important to take the time to create every tag correctly. Please be patient, we will ship your tag as soon as possible. Feel free to contact me at any point to discuss the progress of your order. -- Thank you
The artist, Lisa Klein Addison, reserves all copyrights on this work. Reproduction of any kind is strictly prohibited.