Pet ID tags give you a place to put your contact information, making it easier for your pet to be returned to you if they get lost.
Aluminium Pet ID tags that are lightweight and come in a range of sizes and colours.
Every aluminium tag is deeply engraved and made to last and comes complete with a split ring for attaching to the collar of your pet.
Dog Tags and the Law In the UK, the Control of Dogs Order 1992 states that any dog in a public place must wear a collar with the name and address (including postcode) of the owner engraved or written on it, or engraved on a tag. Your telephone number is optional (but we would recommend this)
Unfortunately, your dog’s name on its tag does not help identification much. You may put your dog’s name on its tag. However, if your dog knows how to respond to its name when you call it, there is a risk that pet thefts will use it to lure your pet to go outside and come along.
Should You Put Your Dog’s Name On Its Tag – What The Law Says! (breedingbusiness.com)