Pet Medical Alert Tags

We know that living with a pet with a medical condition can be hard. You worry that if he gets lost he will not get the proper care that he needs if something should happen. There is a way to help calm your worries.

Pet Health Alert is offering free Medical Alert Tags for your pet. These are similar to the ones they have for humans and will let anyone know who finds your pet that he has a medical condition. They offer:

  • FREE custom engraved Pet Medical Alert Tags to give instant alerts for life-threatening pet medical conditions
  • FREE National Pet Health Registry – a safe and secure Service to update, access, store, and retrieve a pet’s medical history, emergency contact information and photo
  • FREE access to critical pet medical and emergency information from any Internet-connected computer – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – to anyone finding a lost pet.

The tag is free, but you do have to pay the shipping charge, which is $3.00 per tag.

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2 thoughts on “Pet Medical Alert Tags

  1. Jon & Amy Simpson says:

    Help! Our dog was diagnosed with luxation, which either is remedied by surgery & meds. or putting him down. The surgery costs approx. $3100 for both eyes.
    We can’t afford that kind of debt right now. One medication is $80 for one dose. Can anyone shed any other light on this subject, so we don’t have to use the other alternative? Vet says he’s in pain with the measured pressure behind his eyes. (which is above normal) This just started this last week, two days in a row my husband saw this, then a few days without. Yesterday, again, his eyes were clouded over huge pupils and couldn’t see enough. That’s when we took him to the vet.

    Please let me know if there is any other alternatives; whether it would be a less expensive place to purchase medications or any other information that would help.

    Clouded over.

  2. Lissa says:

    John & Amy,

    I talked with our staff vet and I’m afraid, your options are limited. This is his response.

    Hello, I will assume from the description that your dog was diagnosed with glaucoma with secondary lens luxations. This is a painful, frustrating and expensive disease to treat. Options include surgery, medical treatments, and eye removal. Dogs can be injected with chemicals to destroy the eye but this option may not be available in your area because many vets will not do this procedure. Ask around about your options. Good luck.

    Dr. Kesler

    If you are looking for low cost medications, you can try looking online at for quality Pet Medications at Low Prices

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