They’re on business cards, magazine ads, and pamphlets, so why not ID tags? QR codes are the next big thing in giving people quick access to information, and FurCode ID tags have taken it to the next level by putting them on a pet ID tag.
Each ID tag has a unique code on it; when the code is scanned by a smartphone or input into the website, users will have access to the pet’s profile containing contact information, veterinary information, vaccine history, and any other notes you’d like to include. I always disliked how traditional ID tags only have space for one or two pieces of information, especially in this day and age when we all have multiple phone numbers and means of access. Between myself and my husband we have about five various phone numbers at which we might be accessible, but if you want to get a hold of me fast, you know to e-mail me.
FurCode has offered TEN tags to pawcurious readers. Want one? Leave a comment below.
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