Dog Collar/Leash Nameplate
Good deal for the money
Purchased these for as nameplates for a child's belt. They work great and the kids love having their ponies' names on their belts! This our third purchase of the same and they hold up very well.
January 18, 2013
No More Dangling Tags
The name plate looks beautiful on my dog's collar! When it first arrived I thought it was too small, but anything larger would be overwhelming. It fits his name on Line 1 and our phone number on Line 2. SmartPak is also brilliant by including two different sizes of harware to go through most collars. We have a padded collar, so the longer hardware was required.
October 29, 2012
I put it on my saddle
I ordered this plate for my saddle. The size is perfect! Not bulky or too big for the cantle. And, it's much cheaper than the actual saddle plate on here. I ran to our local home improvement store and bought brass screws. It was an easy install and I saved money. Order this plate for your saddle...it will work, I promise.
August 3, 2012
Wonderful! Dark engraving so you can see it. Definitely worth buying for your dog collar! Looks very nice on a leather collar
December 27, 2011
This is a wonderful tag and looks beautiful on the leather collar. The typeset and finish are wonderful. Pretty easy to attach to the collar, just make sure you have a leather hole punch on hand, otherwise can be a little tricky. :)
December 14, 2011
I have countless nameplates and tags and they have all lasted for a long time, and are still in great shape –both for my dog and out at the barn. They are thick, do not bend, dent or tarnish over time. The engraving is deep and does not fade.
I had a gift certificate for another tack shop and needed a few more tags made –not only where the tags more expensive but the quality does not even compare. They were thin and flimsy, the brass rubbed right off and the engraving not as deep. If only I had used the gift certificate for something else at that store! I will never purchase tags or nameplates anywhere else than SmartPak!
February 17, 2011