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Posted by Ravenspirit on March 17, 2003 at 20:17:00:
In Reply to: Re: Can you get these toes tags from some place for a keeper to. posted by Bill Moss on March 17, 2003 at 16:41:42:
:That's a good idea, and I've thought of it too, particularly after I had a 50lb sulcata stolen last fall (since recovered). What's the chance that anyone who found one of the animals would look for the ID? I was thinking that for practical purposes, the only benefit would be for positive identification purposes if ownership was in question.
Well, Its good for proof of ownership, and proof that, in my cas,e that the animals are the legitamate animals I have, so when I travel over state lines, that Im not moving or selling illegal animals - I alsoThought that if some one elses, or a dumped animal shows up or something on my property, or is loose somewhere -I have evidance that MY animals are all tagged, registered, and accounted for - and it is NOT one of mine -
If an individual found one of my animals, Say one of my ravens, Each has a metal hang tag, that unscrews, attached to the the alymeri anklet. Inside the roll out letter it says "My Avid chip number is (number) - Im lost, and scared! please call my owner at (my phone number) and return my to my houme! Thiers a BIG REWARD For safe my return!
(I got them at petsmart, thier made for dogs) - For my crocs, my igs, and my tegus, I have larger tags on thier harnesses that are just silver dog tags, that say - "Avid ID Number #############" - And a seperate tag for thier name, my adress, and my phone number -
Many humane societys, etc, check for AVIDS now -
I always say, it doesnt hurt to cover all potential issues at hand, and better safe then sorry -