The need for pet tags is real and makes the production of pet tags a good business proposition. But where would a potential pet tag maker go for the equipment needed to start or enhance a business? The Hillman Group in Cincinnati manufactures and markets pet tag machines via the names PetScribe and Quick-Tag.
With Quick-Tag™, customized and engraved pet ID tags can be created at affordable rates in a very short time. The machine features a computerized engraver and video touch screen. The machine supports both credit card and cash payments to enable self service. Token payment is also possible, if required. Tags in different colors, shapes and sizes can be produced.
PetScribe™ can create engraved pet ID tags in less than sixty seconds. The machine allows engraving on both sides in two sizes (large and small). A number of tag styles including bone, large heart, bell, oval, rivet, small decorative, etc., can be used. Portable and fixed units of “model 40 B pet tag stamping press” of Your Supply Depot Ltd. are in the market.
FINDER Lost Pet Tag System™ uses patented communication technology. With the help of the next generation technology, someone who finds a lost pet can contact the owner using a toll-free number. The system can dial any of three stored phone numbers but the caller does not have access to these numbers. Users can change telephone numbers and messages as many times as required. The system is designed by Secure Connections in McLean, Virginia with the help of the American Humane Association.
The iMARC Pet Tag Engraver is des-
igned for a variety of countertops. Different anodized aluminum tag styles including hydrant, rivet, heart, etc are provided for easy selection. The machine is equipped with three tag holders for different sizes. Engraving on both the sides, lower and upper case text, and logo options help in creating quality pet tags.
Pet ID tags are essential tools that help quickly find lost animals. A wide range of pet tags are available at affordable prices but even diamond pet tags are available for celebrity pets. From the working dog on a sheep farm to the tiny Chihuahua in a socialite’s arms, all pets should wear pet tags.