This week is National Pet ID week & in honor of that, Pet Hub is offering over 10,000 digital pet ID tags + free basic membership for just $2 shipped. These digital ID tags are regularly $16/each. There is a limit of 5 tags per person and it’s available in the US only. This deal is only going on thru Sunday evening.
Pet Hub is a new, local Seattle-based company which is offering an innovative, new system for finding the owners for lost or injured pets quickly & making sure information about your pet’s home is the most up-to-date. These digital pet tags can be used by anyone with a Smartphone who can scan a QR code on the digital pet’s tag to find their owner’s information. Or if they don’t have a Smartphone, there is a unique web address on the tag which they can use to find a pet’s information & how to easily locate their owners.
When you buy the digital ID pet tag it will include a free PetHub membership, which provides immediate, one-scan access to the critical information you can provide for your pet. You’ll then be able to update that information about your pet at anytime from any browser or mobile device. So, if you were on a vacation with your pet, you could change that information on the tag so that your pet could be brought back to you safely if they get lost, even when away from home. Watch a video explaining more about the system.
There are additional subscription services you could sign up for thru Pet Hub:
- Silver Subscription – $3.95/mo or $39/year – helps owners notify local animal shelters if the pet gets lost & sends owners an email with the exact location of where the tag got scanned with a GPS-enabled phone (if that’s what they used)
- Gold subscription – $4.95 per month or $49 per year includes all the benefits of the Silver subscription as well as a collectible PetHub ID tag each spring and $3,000 emergency insurance that covers the pet for injuries sustained while lost.
Disclosure: I will be sent a digital ID tag for review & to try out with our cat, but I’m sharing this information because I think it could be a very helpful product/service for pet owners as I know what it’s like to lose a pet. All opinions are 100% mine. See my disclosure statement for more details.