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Dig this Deal: Free Pet Tag with Collar Purchase

Free Pet ID Tag

For eight days only, we’re giving away a free engravable pet tag with every collar purchase! Designed with an important message in mind, this deal is meant to keep your four-legged loved ones suited with stylish safety. And it’s perfect timing, as we just received our brand new, very lively spring collar collection.

Safety first! Pet tags are just as essential as collars. Without a tag, the chances that you and your pet will be reunited in the unfortunate event that they ever get lost, can be rather slim. Adding a pet tag to your cat or dog’s collar means that they are never without the essential information needed to reach you, a phone number at the very least.

Small Chrome Circle Engravable Pet Tag Large Red Heart Engravable Dog Tag Small Pink Bone Engravable Dog Tag
We carry a wide variety of pet tags to choose from, but only select styles are included in this promotion. Customers can choose from any HMG tag that retails for $11 or less. These styles include bone, circle and heart shape tags, available in small and large sizes. Depending on the tag chosen, you can request two to five lines for engraving. See each product description for further engraving instructions.

Now for the fun part, a brand new collar! Whether your four-legged family member is a fashionista or an avid outdoor explorer, moves at a slow pace or constantly pulls on the reigns, we have just the right dog collar to meet their needs and match their personality. Our vast dog collar assortment includes Fabric & Nylon, Leather, Sparkle, Striped, Plaid & Solid Fabric, Teacup and Training collars. For felines we carry Nylon & Fabric and Leather cat collars. Trouble choosing one? Take a look at these shopping tips to help guide you towards the right collar for your pet.

Leather Dog Collars Training Dog Collars Stripe & Plaid Dog Collars
Don’t miss out on this limited time offer to spruce up your pet’s collar collection while saving on safety! Promotion begins today, March 11th and runs through next Tuesday, March 18th. As mentioned, only select tags apply (HMG styles $11 or less). To redeem this special offer online, add a collar and tag to your Muttropolis shopping cart and use code TAGME at checkout.  Promotion also available in store locations.

Tips To Keep Your Pets Safe This New Years Eve

Happy New Year

We’d like to wish you and your pets a very Happy New Year! With celebrations right around the corner, we wanted to share a few tips and suggested precautions to help keep your furry friends and family members safe and sound for the holiday.

Small Chrome Bone Engravable Pet TagCheck your pet’s ID. Be sure your dog is wearing an up-to-date and visible ID tag on their collar at all times. This way, in the unfortunate event that they get lost, they can be returned to you promptly!If you find a lost pet, check their tag first and contact their owner, but if they don’t have a tag, we recommend that you take them to your local animal shelter, where they will have the best chance of being reunited with their owners. Each year, animal shelters across the country are prepared for receiving “New Years dogs” that run off during fireworks celebrations.

Peanut Butter MunchersKeep your pets on their normal diet. Human food and drinks should be out of reach of pets. Any change in a pet’s diet can result in indigestion and diarrhea. Foods and drinks such as alcohol, onions, chocolate, coffee, avocado, grapes & raisins, salt and yeast dough are especially harmful and can be potentially toxic to animals. Ingestion of alcohol may cause intoxication and weakness that could lead to a coma and/or respiratory failure. Keeping dog treats on hand will allow guests who want to give your dog food a healthy and safe alternative.

Always keep matches and lighter fluid out of pets’ reach. Many types of matches contain chlorates, which if ingested can damage blood cells and lead to difficulty breathing, in the most severe cases it can result in kidney disease. Lighter fluid is also very harmful. It can cause skin irritation and if ingested, gastrointestinal irritation and central nervous system depression. If inhaled, aspiration pneumonia and breathing problems could develop.

Never use fireworks around pets. When curious pets get too close to fireworks, whether activated or unused, there is the potential for severe burns and/or trauma. Many types of fireworks contain toxic substances including arsenic, potassium nitrate and other heavy metals. Also, the noise and sight of fireworks displays can spook pets, leading to anxiety and distress. Most pets will try to get away from the noise so it is best to them in a safe and secure place, preferably at home.

If needed, take additional precautions to keep your pet calm. Even well-adjusted pets can get anxious during out-of-the-ordinary events. If your pet is prone to anxiety, please consider consulting with your veterinarian on ways to alleviate their fear and anxiety prior to the New Years festivities.  ThundershirtThere are many natural calming products that may help. We also recommend exercising your dog early in the day, whether they are prone to anxiety or not. Make sure that any off-leash time is securely fenced and any walks have a good leash as some people may set off fireworks before dark.

We hope these tips are helpful, and wish you and your pets a safe and  Happy New Year!