(I love it when a company has a picture of their "founding dog" with their material!)
Dog Tag Art offered me two tags of my choice, and also a lifetime membership with their virtual leash program. The way virtual leash works is that there's a link on the tag, and you can update that page with pictures of your dog, medical information, do the little personality rubrick, have contact information, all that good stuff. If somebody finds your dog, they can go to that site and have all that info at their fingertips. I chose the peacock design for my virtual leash tag, which is one of their premades in their "retro designs" heading. A peacock for my pretty girl, you see.
For my other tag, I took this image, which I'm rather happy with:
And made it into a custom tag. The interface for this was fast and simple to work with, which was nice. Also, please excuse the quality of this picture, as it does look much better in person. I really should learn more about making my digital photography not suck:
Elka is better sometimes than others about being still for pictures. You get the idea with this one, anyway. I did select the larger size tag, and it is of a good size, and a solid piece of metal. The pictures on the tags are clear and lovely, and that I've noticed, they haven't gotten scratched up at all yet in the couple of days of wear. Stray Elka hairs do get in under the rim of the rubber silencer but, well, I find her hairs everywhere. Even places she has not been, like my job. So that sort of thing is not all that surprising.
I also got my tags super quick, though I'm not sure if this is representative of their shipment turnarounds across the board, or if I was just special because of my reviewer status. I'd like to err on the side of "they're really just that fast" until proven wrong, anyway. My contact at Dog Tag Art was also very responsive any time I had a question; I assume their customer service would be comparable to a paying customer! Their prices do seem reasonable to me, for the product that you receive.
Which brings me to the exciting part! Dog Tag Art has offered 2 custom dog tags to the readers of The Elka Almanac! I know that with my descriptions and hamhanded pictures, you're raring to order (seriously, ignore my pictures and look at the site. The quality is there.)
So, if you're interested in a free Dog Tag Art tag (2 total are being given away, one per winner, obviously), comment below and tell me what-all it is that your dog has hanging off of his or her collar that makes the jangles happen. Per usual, I will write names of accurate participants on pieces of paper and have Miss Elka V do the honors.
Your chance to enter will run for one week, starting today, Sunday, July 8 and ending next Sunday, July 15.