Quick-Tag Star Wars Millenium Falcon Military Personalized Dog & Cat ID Tag

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Whether your co-pilot is a kitty or a canine, the Quick-Tag Star Wars Millennium Falcon ID Tag will look great on your pet’s collar! This ultra sturdy brass tag can be customized with clear, permanent laser engraving, helping it stand up to tons of ruff play. It’s a great place to list your sidekick’s important info, such as addresses, medical conditions, and phone numbers. As an added bonus, the fun tag comes with a split ring for you to secure it to the collar. For tag that’s built for looks and for life, go with this one from Quick-Tag!

Key Benefits
  • Brass tag is super sturdy, helping it stand up to all sorts of conditions.
  • Reverse side can be customized with clear and permanent laser engraving.
  • Paw-fect for listing important info like phone numbers, medical conditions, and addresses.
  • Secures to your furkid’s collar with the included split ring attachment.
  • Military-style ID tag is officially licensed by Star Wars.

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  • Dimensions
    2 x 1.125 x 0.04 inches
  • Weight
    4 ounces
  • Made In
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  • Lines of Custom Text
    4 lines on back
  • Breed Size
    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds
  • Features
    Personalized, Ring Included
  • Personalization Method
    Laser Engraved
  • Material
    Coated Metal, Metal
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    Love These!

    By StarWarsDogMom on Dec 10, 2021

    Obi-Wan and Wicket are stylin' with their new tags! They are great quality and just as described. Arrived in a timely manner.

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