TabBand Max collars STAY ON, so you'll have 100% pet identification, 100% of the time—backed up by a money-back guarantee.
Max collars are the most widely used brand of temporary identification for one really simple reason: they work better than the others!
- They stick together and stay on the animal.
- You can write directly on any TabBand Max with an ordinary ballpoint pen or pencil. No special pen required.
- Since the colors are laminated in, not printed on, they're guaranteed not to run and turn a white poodle pink.
We routinely leave
Max plastic pet ID tags on cats and dogs for three months or more and we can still read the writing. Imagine how well they work for a short hospital or kennel stay.
They'll work for you, too, or we'll give you your money back.
TabBand Max animal collars are available in white or six other colors for color coding.
Choose a 10-inch length for small dogs and cats or 20-inch length for bigger dogs and cats. (Put two 20-inchers together for a St. Bernard.) Just snip off any excess length.
Would you like to know more about how to use temporary collars? Here's how to set up a reliable system. And here's how one Practice Manager does it. Are TabBand Max collars safe? They're very safe. But if you're concerned about possible choking, please read this.
Contact TabBand today for more information about plastic pet ID tags and more including animal bands, medical bands, crowd control bands, frequently asked questions, or to order a sample.
Product Numbers: V-3350 for 20-inch bands and V-3310 for 10-inch bands.