Pet ProTek - Digital Pet ID Tag
- Great Gift Idea for any Pet Lover
- No Annual Fees / No Software to Install
- Water and Dirt Resistant
- Easy To Use - MAC/PC
- Instant Access to Your Pets Care Information
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The PetProTek is revolutionary Digital Pet ID tag ..easy to use !! no annual fees it's the Perfect Gift for Pet Lovers.. simply plug into any Computer and fill out easy form thats it no software to down load no need for a special app or smart phone.. Pet ProTek is perfect for finding lost pets or to provide extra info to your pet providers rather its a sitter, Pet Hotel or Vet... all your pets vital info is in 1 easy to access place. Water and Dirt Resistant. The PETPROTEK is the perfect size for most any pet. No Annual Fees
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I didn't give this product five stars because one of the two tags came without the preloaded form - the drive was just blank. I ended up downloading a copy of the form from their website, but I could have just as easily copied the blank form over from the other tag. Still, even for an inexpensive product, I expected it to be as advertised.
The only other thing I could see making this better would be having a space where you could write your phone number on the tag. Even though most people know what to do when they see something labeled USB, it would just be easier to have my main phone number in a place that doesn't require someone to have a computer. I ended up leaving my cats' old tags on their collars, too, just to cover all my bases.
We did just moved, so we had the need to update our two cats' ID tags. The tags looked like new, although they'd been worn 24/7 for over 3 years. We popped them into the USB and 10 minutes later, their info was updated in both Word and PDF and back on their collars.
This really has been the perfect low-cost solution for us. Our cats are allowed outside into enclosed areas, but we always worry they'll run off someday, and these tags make us feel that if they did, we'd get a call with good news, or at least know if the news were not so good.
Perhaps the buyer whose tags were detached could take a look at the dogs' collars and the rings used to attach the tags to the collars to see if this is the problem. Perhaps all byers should. If the ring won't stand up to an active, outside animal, the Pro-Tek can't serve its intended purpose. But in our experience, the device, itself, is sound.