Stop in or contact us to order a doggie cake for pick-up in the store. (We need three business days to bake and decorate a cake). We also have pet-ID tags and lots more items to see and purchase in the store, so come by Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
National Pet ID Week: April 17-23 – Doggie Cakes
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National Pet ID Week: April 17-23

  1. Microchipping: A tiny microchip, about the size of a grain of rice, is implanted beneath the pet’s skin, typically between the shoulder blades. This chip contains a unique identification number that can be scanned by a veterinarian or animal shelter to retrieve the owner’s contact information from a database.
  2. QR Code Tags: QR code tags provide a modern alternative to traditional engraved tags. These tags contain a QR code that, when scanned with a smartphone, directs the finder to a website where the pet’s information and owner’s contact details are stored.
  3. GPS Trackers: GPS trackers are wearable devices that allow pet owners to monitor their pet’s location in real-time using a smartphone app. These devices are particularly useful for pets who frequently roam or have a tendency to escape.
  1. Update ID Information: Ensure that your pet’s collar and tags are up-to-date with current contact information, including your name, phone number, and address. If you move or change phone numbers, remember to update your pet’s ID tags accordingly.
  2. Microchip Your Pet: Consider microchipping your pet if you haven’t already done so. Microchips provide a permanent form of identification that cannot be lost or removed and greatly increases the likelihood of a lost pet being reunited with its owner.
  3. Register Microchip Information: After microchipping your pet, be sure to register the microchip with the appropriate pet recovery database and keep your contact information up-to-date. This ensures that if your pet is found, the microchip can be scanned, and you can be contacted promptly.
  4. Use Visible Identification: In addition to microchipping, ensure that your pet wears a collar with visible identification tags whenever they are outside the home. Engraved tags should include your pet’s name and your current contact information.
Trina Messano
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