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Stainless Steel Military Pet ID Tags

 Military dog tags are worn by the amazing active duty men and women of our Armed Services. Now you can use these strong and rugged brass or stainless steel dog id tags as customized identification for your dog. This will add a little swagger to your furry friend. These custom pet tags are made from genuine military dog tags and are deeply embossed and personalized with your pet’s name and your phone number and address. Most lost dogs never leave their neighborhood so these custom dog tags will help protect and identify your dog so they can be quickly returned to your family. These brass dog tags may be a little large for cats and smaller dogs. They look wicked cool too!


Each set consists of the following lightweight stainless steel components :

  • (1) stainless steel or brass dog tags with FREE embossing (up to 5 lines of 15 characters)
  • (1) Galvanized "S"-Hook OR Split Ring(used to attach to dog collar)
  • (1) rubber silencer in your choice of colors(Not recommended)


  • 15 Characters per line and spaces do count as a character.
  • Special characters we have available are:  & ' .  -  ,  # @ * : / + $ % ?
  • You can have different text and different colored silencers on the separate tags.
  • Military dog tags may be too large for small dogs and cats.



$3.49 EACH


Click on the pet tag above to view your silencer color.

Line #1    Center
Line #2    Center
Line #3    Center
Line #4    Center
Line #5    Center

Valid characters:  A-Z & ' .  -  ,  # @ * : / + $ % ?

1. Choose Silencer Color


2. Choose Stainless Steel or Brass


3. Choose Connecting Harware


4. Enter number of tags required



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