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Custom K9 Lifeline Designs ID-Tag Holder

K9 Lifeline Designs ID-Tag Holder is created to carry your Service Dog’s tags in style. Each ID-Tag Holder is hand-braided specifically for your partner in your choice of up to 4 colors. With literally 1,000s of available color combinations, the sky is the limit when it comes to expressing your Service Dog’s unique personality. From K9 Lifeline Designs:

“Our ID-Tag Holders are were designed with form, function and fashion in mind. Lots of Service Dogs wear a lot of gear daily, but only wear a collar to carry their tags. That’s hard on your partner’s fur and it’s a lot of unnecessary bulk, hardware and noise. Our round braid ID-Tag Holders are thin at only about 3/8” wide, but they’re exceptionally strong and incredibly bold.

Our IDTH’s are designed to slip over the dog’s head, making tag removal quick and easy, and you can be certain with our single-ring design your partner’s tags are always flat against their body, easy to see and read and secure for those moments your partner may need to tell someone to “have their people call his people.”

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Comments

  • De December 11, 2013

    Is this one more thing for our dogs to wear or is it a collar? Not understanding it really. Thanks!

    • Kea Grace December 11, 2013

      De,
      ID-tag holders are meant to replace bulky collars with hardware and unnecessary features for dogs who don’t need them. Maybe your dog is just working around the house and isn’t going out, but still needs to wear tags. Maybe your dog works on a head halter or harness and doesn’t NEED to wear a collar – ID-tag holders are a lightweight, non-bulky, functional, beautiful option for when collars are too much. Of course, lots of people use both – the ID-tag holder adds a splash of color and personality to professional “uniforms” and easily allows tags to be swapped out and changed with zero hassle or fine motor skills required.

  • Littlewolf December 11, 2013

    Oh, these are really pretty — I love the one that is pink, blue, green, and purple.

  • Leslie December 11, 2013

    I love the jazzy colors. And great to have an ID holder, when you aren’t needing a collar. Nice!

  • Jag Boyer December 12, 2013

    my dog never wears a collar but always has to have his tags so these are awsome

  • Lynda Hadsell December 13, 2013

    I think this is a great idea. I have my dog’s tags on a loop on her vest, which she only wears when we are out and about. She’s a tiny little thing, all of 9 lbs., so any collars are rather bulky on her petite neck, so she doesn’t wear anything at home. She never leaves the property, but if anything ever happened, she would have no ID.

  • Phoebe December 13, 2013

    Nice! these are perfect actually because with my dog I have to switch collars depending on what we’re doing and these are great so that he always has his ID on. How do you put them on, over his head?

  • Shannon Golden December 13, 2013

    These look so nice! Perfect for quick visibility of tags, without adding too much bulk! I’d love one of these for my SD Zoey!

  • carly wilson December 13, 2013

    i’m very excited to get my IDTG! i love these — so great for letting your dog wear tags without having such a big bulky collar on.

  • Heather E. L. Gerquest December 13, 2013

    This would look nice on my service dog.

  • Laurie A Westover December 17, 2013

    This would work great for my SD who I use a harness for.

  • Karen Corson & Sasha Rose Corson December 22, 2013

    It would be great being her regular collar is hard on her coat being she alway has it on during the day.

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