TopTag Pet ID helps keep tabs on Fido and Fluffy

by Carolyn

toptag.jpgNo matter how careful we are, there is always a chance that our pet may get out of the house or yard and get lost and then found by someone that doesn’t know your pet. Or, you may be going out of town for a family vacation and leave your pet with a pet sitter or boarder. In these situations, your pet could be in the care of someone that is not familiar with your pet, their dietary needs, medical conditions and general behavior. What’s a pet owner to do?

All of this information and more can be stored on the Top Tag Pet ID so that it is ready and available if your pet’s care-giver needs it. If your cat won’t eat a certain kind of food or your dog needs a certain medication for heartworm treatment, they be able to check and know for sure. The Top Tag Pet ID is easy to use – simply plug it into the USB port on your computer and the program starts automatically. Next, simply click on the button for your type of pet: Dog, Cat, Bird or Other. The program will then automatically configure itself to fit your pet.

The Top Tag Pet ID can contain 7 main categories and 14 sub-categories of information about your pet including: Basic Information, Food and Diet, Behavior and Personality, Words and Commands, Nature’s Call, Medical Information, In Memoriam and a Photo Album.

Also, it allows you to have all that information on your pet without having to go through the surgery (or expense!) of having a microchip implanted. Pick one up for your pet for just $39.95.

[Top Tag via Techie Diva]

2 reviews or comments

jimmy christmas Says: December 20, 2007 at 4:05 pm

this is a junk gadget. if dogs get away its usually because the collar breaks. Also microchip implantation is not a surgical procedure, it is a needle and take about .5 seconds and the cost is about the same as this thing. it will also never get lost.

Nell Says: September 16, 2013 at 1:24 pm

Jimmy Christmas is speaking a pile of rubbish! I have known 11 dogs go missing over the last 4 years and all but one when found still had their collars on! Yes okay a microchip is more permanent but a microchip does not hold information like any allergies or important meds, so therefore I think this is quite a good idea! My dog is allergic to 5 different meats and has other allergies and needs medication so I would consider this… although there is probably a way to hang a normal usb stick from his collar!!

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