These Dog Collars Are Everything You Didn't Know You Needed For Your Puppy

A lost puppy is most certainly a worst case FML, but these dog collars will ensure you get your Lil' bud returned to you ASAP.

The Etsy account Eastcoast Engraving must know what it actually feels like to lose a pet: that it's nothing even remotely close to being calm, cool, or collected. In fact, wandering around your city, putting up posters of your little furry friend all while profusely ugly crying is one of those FML moments for the books.

That's why the Etsy account has created exactly the right dog tags for for that particularly horrendous occasion. Check it out:

Let's be real: you don't want to the person who finds your pupper to read "please call and return my dog." You want them to truly sense the urgency of the situation!

But for the generally calmer person (first of all, what is your secret?) This Etsy account still has got the funniest tags around, that will probably perfectly match your puppy's sassy attitude. See a few examples below.

What do you think? Would you buy these for your pup? Let us know in the comments. 

By nadine / Tuesday 17 July 2018 21:24 / France
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By  DragonMaiden7  |  15

About a year ago, my cat, Phoenix, got out. He’s an indoor cat, but I have a harness for him so he can go on a little leash out in my yard to get exercise and enjoy the outdoors. Anyway, usually he would usually come home right away, but this time he was gone for about two weeks. I don’t know exactly what happened, but he had lost a lot of weight so we think he got trapped somewhere.

My family and I printed hundreds of posters, I offered a five hundred dollar reward for his return and I couldn’t stop ugly crying, sleep soundly or eat until he finally came home on his own.

TL;DR These tags are for dogs, but I think they would be great for any animal.

  SneezyBear  |  27

Aaaaaand this is exactly why you should let your cat gradually off the harness, with supervision at first, so that they learn how to explore and get back on their own. I've heard so many stories of "strictly indoor" cats getting horribly lost the first time they get let out accidentally. Such a bad idea.