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Groupon | Pet Tag with GPS Notification Service

$12+ $54.90+
+ Free Shipping
Expires: 11/18/12

About this Deal

  • $12 for a Red Dingo enamel ID tag with a PetHub one-year silver subscription ($54.90 list price)
  • $24 for a Red Dingo enamel ID tag with a PetHub one-year gold subscription and medical insurance ($64.90 list price)
  • Both options include choice of a blue tag with a bone logo or a red tag with a paw print
  • Free shipping

    Red Dingo ID Tag with GPS Notifications

    Red Dingo ID tags combined with PetHub data storage and notification services—winner of Dog Fancy magazine's 2011 Editor's Choice award for Best New Product—link to PetHub servers to help protect furry friends when lost, in need of emergency care, or trying to hack into government databases. When scanned by a smartphone, the tags bring up a page you’ve filled out with vital pet information, such as contact and special needs. In addition, each scan of a PetHub enabled Red Dingo tag automatically alerts owners to the location of their pet when scanned from a GPS-enabled smartphone.

  • Pet tag with GPS notification system
  • Stylish tags in bones or paw-print designs
    Link each pet to unique online account
  • Online accounts store owner contact info and vital pet info
  • Can be scanned by smartphones or cyborg mailmen
  • Automatic ping sent to owner’s email when tag is scanned
  • Can send online pet information, including medication and dietary needs, to local shelters and vets
    Tags are good for the life of the pet
  • Silver subscription can renewed after 1 year, account automatically becomes a free bronze account to retain database profile
  • Gold subscription get pets $3,000 EmergencyFirst medical insurance with a $50 deductible to cover injuries sustained while lost
  • One PetHub subscription covers an entire household of pets
    Pets can be added to the medical insurance plan for $5 each
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