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Custom Dog Collar Plus 3 Other Ways to Ensure Your Runaway Dog Makes it Home

By Allison Edrington Subscribe to RSS | December 8th 2011 | Views:

Safety for your dog is paramount, especially if he has a tendency to find trouble (or maybe trouble just finds him). To ensure your dog can find his way home, owners should consider picking up a custom dog collar along with taking a few other precautions. Unlike a majority of cats, dogs are not always able to find their way home.

Whether you are off to spend time with family for a holiday or going out on a date, your dog may try to escape if he gets too anxious. Festive times of year are often the most stressful on your dog, as the normal routine is broken so you can spend time with those you care about.

There are four main ways to ensure your dog sticks around through the holidays by making him more identifiable to strangers and keeping his anxiety down.

Slipping a custom dog collar onto your canine companion can really be a life saver. The colorful collar will show people immediately that your dog has an owner if he slips out of your backyard, plus you can spell out his name on the collar so friendly neighbors can easily call to him to try and bring him home for you. And besides, a custom dog collar will look adorable.

Take your dog to the veterinarian and do two things. The first is have your dog micro-chipped so if law enforcement or animal control officials pick your dog up they will know who to call. If your dog often slips out of his collar, this is the best option. The second reason to go to the vet is to ensure your dog is up to date on all his vaccinations. Your dog may not like needles, but he will like not having rabies.

Attach a customized dog tag to your custom dog collar so anyone who finds your dog can give you a call. Put your name, phone number with area code and address.

Pick up one of the many designer dog carriers available so your dog doesn't have to stay at home at all! With a stylish and cozy pet carrier, your dog can come with to see family and friends. That way you know he is safe and won't be lonely enough to try to escape.

Allison Edrington - About Author:
Doggie Diva Dog Boutique Online offers a wide selection of luxury dog products to improve your dogs quality of life, including the custom dog collar, cute dog clothes and designer dog carriers.

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