SPOTtag Mini Automatic Flashing Bone-Shaped ID Tag
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Moore4dogs
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Rating: 5

Nice feature for night walks

posted 6 years ago

This is great for spotting your dog in the backyard at night or providing a little more visual at night if you are walking your dog....but it is only a little extra visual, not a whole lot.

Pros: a little extra safety for night time

Cons: N/A

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Amber M.
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Rating: 5

Good tag for nighttime walks

posted 6 years ago

I got a couple of these for the dogs cause I like to walk at night. They are really cool. It is always a good idea to add extra visability at night. I have one dog that is black and I turn hers on when she gos out to potty at night. Even in a fenced in yard it helps me keep an eye on her.

Pros: flashes in the dark

Cons: doesnt hold up well to abuse

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