I recently had the pleasure of testing a new pet ID called FurCode. Talk about a 21st century tag for your pet!
What is FurCode?
FurCodes are a smart modern upgrade to the dog tag of previous generations. Each tag links to an online Pet Profile allowing pet owners to keep their pets contact, vet and care information current. Learn more here.
My Review What I Found Irresistible About FurCode
1. Less Clutter. One Pet ID Tag!
Fur Code allows Chuy to wear just one tag instead of 4! He was wearing a rabies tag, city license tag, micro-chip tag, and his name tag! Good grief! His collar looks like a charm necklace! LOL. You can store all of that information on Fur Code.
2. Easy to Use & Set Up
Setting up your FurCode account is so simple. As soon as you set up your account and enter your pets information, its available immediately upon scanning their FurCode ID. That comes in handy if they were to get lost and you need to update your phone number.
3. Sophisticated and High Tech
Ive never seen another pet ID tag like FurCode! If your furry friend goes missing, the person can do 1 of 2 things:
1. Scan the QR code and your pets info immediately comes up on their Smart Phone (including your phone # and name!)
2. If they dont have a scanner, your personal URL is located on the back side of the tag.
4. Irresistible Price
Fur Code is not expensive and starts at just $19.99. It comes in multiple sizes and 2 colors; black or pink.
5. Immediate Information at Your Fingertips
I dont believe that FurCode will take away from micro chipping. The difference between the two is that FurCode is immediate. Say that your pet gets lost and someone finds him or her. They could easily scan the tag and get your info and your pets info immediately. In Fur Code, you can load all your pets allergies, meds, vet numbers, and more!
AND, Chuy Chihuahua loves it! He says FurCode gets 2 Paws Up! He just cant see himself without FurCode ever again!
CLOSED – FurCode Giveaway!
We are giving away 5 FurCode tags! Click here to enter the giveaway!
Have you enter tried FurCode? What did you think? Will you try it?