As pet parents, we’re always looking for ways to keep our pets happy, healthy, and safe. We have great news! There is a super simple way to help make sure your pets make it back home safely if they happen to make a run for it or are out and about trying to make new friends.  

No matter how well-trained your dog is, there are still a million different things that could cause them to bolt. Maybe they saw a squirrel, saw a fun new skateboarder to chase (not that I'm speaking from experience or anything!), or a heard sudden noise that startled them. Maybe your meter reader accidentally left the gate ajar or the kids went outside and the front door didn't latch all the way. Things like this happen every day, which is why it’s important to be prepared.  

Having proper identification on your pet at all times can make the difference between a lost pet and a found pet.  While microchips are a great backup system, the truth of the matter is that if someone finds a friendly dog, they might not think to get them scanned. It happens to thousands of pets every day, but luckily preventing it is as easy as getting an ID tag and comfy collar!  

If you’ve been in our stores lately, you might have noticed our fancy new engraving machines. That’s because we’ve brought in dozens of new ID tags in the name of safety! We know you want the best for your pets which is why we’ve recruited the help of MyFamily to give us such an amazing selection.   

What’s especially unique about MyFamily is that they didn’t start out as a pet company, but rather, as a small family of jewelry makers from Italy. In other words, they know their stuff when it comes to making high quality products! All of their tags are hand-enameled and made from only the best materials. They’re also 100% customizable and putting your pet’s info on them is a breeze. And the best part? We’ll happily engrave them for FREE with purchase!   

To view our selection and place an order, visit twobostons.com or pay us a quick visit in-store. As pet parents, we’re always looking for ways to keep our pets happy, healthy, and safe. It’s safe to say you’re probably doing a great job, but it’s always important to stay informed and occasionally reevaluate your pet’s lifestyle. Since humans aren’t perfect, we tend to make the occasional mistake, we fall into bad habits, or become forgetful. That being said, the absolute number one thing that your pet needs in their life is proper identification.