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Purchase a SmartTag and set-up your online profile. Create and update your profile anywhere for FREE.
Emergency Contact Information
Important Pet Information, Breed, Size, Color
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Vet Information
Nationwide Shelter eAlerts

If your pet is missing, report it lost to SmartTag. SmartTag instantly alerts shelters, rescue groups, veterinarian offices and lost-pet websites within a 50 mile radius of your pet's last known location.

Live Emergency Response Center
A SmartTag emergency response team member calls and locates the owner to reunite them with their pet.
Home / Work / Cell
Sms (Text)
Email
Friend
Vet

Why Buy SmartTag

Your pet’s safety should come first. Over 90% of found pets have an IDTag. A SmartTag ID will ensure your pet is properly identified when found.
Features Standard Platinum
 

Instant Broadcast Alert

To Local Vets, Shelters and Rescues

 
 
 

FREE lost pet medical insurance

$1,000 of Coverage

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FREE lost pet medical insurance

$1,000 of Coverage

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Lost Pet Medical Insurance

 

Lost Pet Medical Insurance is one of your benefits as a SmartTag customer. If your pet suffers an injury while lost, lost-pet medical insurance will reimburse you for emergency medical treatment up to $1,000, less a $250.00 deductible and 20% co-pay. This is a benefit that no other ID Tag offers.

Your 12 Month Coverage Includes:

  • Medications Prescribed by a Veterinarian
  • Diagnostic Procedures Including X-rays and Lab Tests
  • Surgical Procedures Necessary to Treat Injuries Suffered While Lost
  • Dental Services
  • Overnight Hospital Stays
 
 
 
 

24/7 Toll Free

Live Emergency Support

 
 
 

6 Hour Recovery Guaranteed

Money Back on all Service Fees Paid

 
 
 

FREE Replacement ID Tags

Never Buy Another Tag Again

 
 
 

FREE Updates

Online Pet Profile and Owner Profile

 
 
 

Live Emergency Response Team

Calls Local Shelters. Rescues And Vets

 
 
 

FREE Engraving On Replacement Tags

Your Pets Name Engraved on tag

 
 
 

Lost Pet Reward $100

We Post and Pay Reward

See Sample

Reward $100-LOST

Buster, a Yorkshire Terrier, was lost on June 23rd in Gerogetown, TX. Please click image for more info - Posted by SmartTags.com

 
 
 

Online Lost Pet Notices

Leverage SmartTags Community to notify local residents

 
 
Dr. B Voynick Veterinarian,
American Animal Hospital, NJ
Dr. B Voynick Veterinarian, American Animal Hospital, NJ Dr. Brian T. Voynick is the owner and director of the American Animal Hospital. His fields of interest are in diagnostics medicine, endoscopy and alternative medicine. He is a renowned certified veterinary acupuncturist, with a special interest in chinese herbal medicine. Dr. Voynick's mastery of this remarkable healing art relieves pets' chronic pain to give them longer, happier lives. Clients and their pets find the treatments to be pain-free and relaxing. He has served as chairman of the New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association Ethics and Grievance Committee as well as president of the Randolph Area Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Voynick enjoys hosting the Pet Stop on News 12 New Jersey and spending time with his friends and family.

How Microchips Work

Dog and cat microchipping is a simple procedure. A veterinarian or trained vet tech simply injects a microchip for pets, about the size of a grain of rice (12mm), beneath the surface of your pets skin between the shoulder blades. The process is similar to a routine shot, takes only a few seconds, and your pet will not react any more than he would to a vaccination. No anesthetic is required. 
The SmartTag microchip is permanent pet ID with a one-time lifetime registration, that also comes with a visable metal SmartTag pet ID. The microchip itself has no internal energy source, so it will last the life of your pet. It is read by passing a microchip scanner over the pets shoulder blades. The scanner emits a low radio frequency that provides the power necessary to transmit the microchips unique cat or dog ID code and positively dentify the pet.

 

The SmartTag microchip also has a anti-migration feature to help ensure that the microchip will stay in place so that it may be easily located and scanned. If your pet gets lost and is taken to an animal shelter or veterinarian, they will scan the microchip to read its unique ID code. This is the number used by SmartTag to identify the pet and retrieve your contact information, which is used to contact you and reunite you with your pet. 

FAQ's

Microchip

Do you charge update fees for my pet and owner profile?

No. If your pet has been found, the information you provide is our only means of contacting you. You can make unlimited free updates, including phone number and address changes. Even if you go on a short vacation with your pet, please give us a call and we will note your temporary address and phone number.

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What is the cost of a pre-paid lifetime SmartTag microchip?

SmartTag does not directly sell microchips to consumers, only to veterinarians, animal shelters, rescue organizations, municipalities or pet retail locations. The cost of the one time lifetime registration is only $7.00. This also includes the cost of the SmartTag microchip and metal SmartTag. If your pet was adopted from a shelter or purchased from a breeder, your pet may already have a microchip. Consult your pet adoption paperwork or have your pet scanned for a microchip at your next vet visit to reveal the unique microchip ID number and register it. A recent study showed that less than 2% of cats without microchips were returned home. However, if a cat is micro chipped, the return-to-owner rate is 20 times higher than if the cat was not micro chipped.

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How is a found pet reunited?

When we receive a call about your pet being found, we will take all the details from the finder first. We will then place the caller on hold while we try to reach you using all your contact details including your home, cell and work telephone numbers. Once you’re on the phone, we will directly connect you with the finder. For extra safety, we will be on the call with you and help to arrange reunification.

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Do you charge annual fees?

No. Your pet is enrolled for its life with a SmartTag microchip.

What frequency does the SmartTag microchip work on?

The International Standard Organization (ISO) is the universal standard for Microchips. The frequency these chips are set to/read at is about 134.2 khz. Our microchips are compliant with ISO11784/785 and the 2.12*12mm and were approved by ICAR.

How long will my microchip last?

A microchip will normally last the lifetime of your pet because it is composed of biocompatible materials that will not degenerate over time. The SmartTag microchip has a anti–migration feature to help ensure the chip stays where it’s implanted. Also, since microchips require no power source and have no moving parts, there’s nothing that can wear out and need to be replaced. Pet owners can also check to make sure their pet’s microchip is still working by asking a vet to scan it during their pet’s next checkup. Register your pet’s microchip in a national pet recovery database with SmartTag with your contact information, so you can be contacted when your lost pet is found. Also, remember to keep your contact information up to date whenever you move or change phone numbers. This is a lifetime registration that requires no fees to update any of your contact information.

 
 
How do I register and enroll my customers SmartTag microchip?

They are very easy to register and there is no paperwork involved! SmartTag will provide you with a unique login in URL, user name and password that you can use to register all of your lifetime SmartTag microchips. If you don’t have a computer, you can also fax or mail registration forms to our address, IDtag.com 600 Meadowlands Parkway, Ste 131, Secaucus, NJ 07094.

What is a microchip and how does it work?

It is vital to keep your contact information up to date so that you can be reached. Microchips carry a unique identification number to identify your pet. Pet microchips are not tracking devices. They are radio-frequency identification (RFID) implants that provide permanent ID for your pet. Because they use RFID technology, microchips do not require a power source like a GPS. When a microchip scanner is passed over the pet, the microchip gets enough power from the scanner to transmit the microchip's ID number. Since there’s no battery and no moving parts, there's nothing to keep charged, wear out, or replace. The microchip will last your pet's lifetime. If your pet gets lost and is taken to a vet clinic or animal shelter, your pet will be scanned for a microchip to reveal his unique ID number. That number will be called into the pet recovery service and you will be contacted using the contact information on file with your pet’s microchip.

 
 
How is a microchip implanted in my dog or cat?

The microchip comes preloaded in a sterile applicator and is injected under the loose skin between the shoulder blades. The process takes only a few seconds and your pet will not react any more than he would to a vaccination. No anesthetic is required for a microchip implant. The procedure is performed at your veterinarian’s office or at the shelter where you adopted them. It is a simple procedure that is similar to administering a vaccine or a routine shot.

 
 
How does the SmartTag differ from a microchip?

A: The obvious differences between the SmartTag and a microchip is that our ID tag is visible, non-invasive and less expensive. A microchip is injected into the top of the shoulders of a dog or cat, either by a veterinarian or a trained technician, depending on the state. In order for a microchip to be effective, it needs to be registered with the correct owner contact information and it needs to be taken to a shelter or veterinarian to get scanned. Microchips work on 3 different frequencies, so the shelter or veterinarian might not have the right microchip reader. Each SmartTag is engraved with a unique serial number and our live toll free phone number. In the event your pet is ever lost we immediately send out a broadcast alert via email and fax to all of the shelter, rescue groups and vets in a 50 mile radius of the pet's last known location. You can be anywhere in North America. If someone finds your pet astray, all they do is call the toll free number.

Why Buy SmartTag Microchips

SmartTag Micochips Benefits

 
 
Lowest Price - Lowest Price - The SmartTag Microchip offers the best value compared to any other microchip. For only $7.50 each microchip is registered for the life of your pet, with no other fees.
 
 
eAlert Service - Service - Each SmartTag Microchip registration includes lost pet “Amber Alerts”, If your pet is lost, we instantly send a broadcast alert, with all your pet details, via email, phone and fax* to all the shelter and rescue organizations in a 50-mile radius of the pets last know location.
 
 
Free Metal ID Tag Included - Free Metal ID Tag Included - Each SmartTag Microchip includes a metal collar tag, something no other microchip includes for free.
 
 
FREE Replacement Metal ID Tags - FREE Replacement Metal ID Tags - SmartTag also provides free metal replacement ID tags to all SmartTag Microchip customers. Shipping and Handling fee applies.
 
 
24/7 Toll Free Live Emergency Support - 24/7 Toll Free Live Emergeny Support - SmartTag operates a 24/7 live call center for any lost/found pet situations or questions.
 
 
Lost Pet Medical Insurance - Lost Pet Medical Insurance - Each SmartTag Microchip registration includes up to $1,000 in lost pet medical insurance.
 
 
FREE online updates - FREE Online Updates - Unlimited free updates to your pet/owner profile. (all contact information)
 
 
Instant Lost Pet Posters - Instant Lost Pet Posters - with one click of the button, print at your location or order color lost pet posters.
 

FAQ's

Microchip

Do you charge update fees for my pet and owner profile?

No. If your pet has been found, the information you provide is our only means of contacting you. You can make unlimited free updates, including phone number and address changes. Even if you go on a short vacation with your pet, please give us a call and we will note your temporary address and phone number.

Microchip
What is the cost of a pre-paid lifetime SmartTag microchip?

SmartTag does not directly sell microchips to consumers, only to veterinarians, animal shelters, rescue organizations, municipalities or pet retail locations. The cost of the one time lifetime registration is only $7.00. This also includes the cost of the SmartTag microchip and metal SmartTag. If your pet was adopted from a shelter or purchased from a breeder, your pet may already have a microchip. Consult your pet adoption paperwork or have your pet scanned for a microchip at your next vet visit to reveal the unique microchip ID number and register it. A recent study showed that less than 2% of cats without microchips were returned home. However, if a cat is micro chipped, the return-to-owner rate is 20 times higher than if the cat was not micro chipped.

Microchip
How is a found pet reunited?

When we receive a call about your pet being found, we will take all the details from the finder first. We will then place the caller on hold while we try to reach you using all your contact details including your home, cell and work telephone numbers. Once you’re on the phone, we will directly connect you with the finder. For extra safety, we will be on the call with you and help to arrange reunification.

Microchip
Do you charge annual fees?

No. Your pet is enrolled for its life with a SmartTag microchip.

What frequency does the SmartTag microchip work on?

The International Standard Organization (ISO) is the universal standard for Microchips. The frequency these chips are set to/read at is about 134.2 khz. Our microchips are compliant with ISO11784/785 and the 2.12*12mm and were approved by ICAR.

How long will my microchip last?

A microchip will normally last the lifetime of your pet because it is composed of biocompatible materials that will not degenerate over time. The SmartTag microchip has a anti–migration feature to help ensure the chip stays where it’s implanted. Also, since microchips require no power source and have no moving parts, there’s nothing that can wear out and need to be replaced. Pet owners can also check to make sure their pet’s microchip is still working by asking a vet to scan it during their pet’s next checkup. Register your pet’s microchip in a national pet recovery database with SmartTag with your contact information, so you can be contacted when your lost pet is found. Also, remember to keep your contact information up to date whenever you move or change phone numbers. This is a lifetime registration that requires no fees to update any of your contact information.

 
 
How do I register and enroll my customers SmartTag microchip?

They are very easy to register and there is no paperwork involved! SmartTag will provide you with a unique login in URL, user name and password that you can use to register all of your lifetime SmartTag microchips. If you don’t have a computer, you can also fax or mail registration forms to our address, IDtag.com 600 Meadowlands Parkway, Ste 131, Secaucus, NJ 07094.

What is a microchip and how does it work?

It is vital to keep your contact information up to date so that you can be reached. Microchips carry a unique identification number to identify your pet. Pet microchips are not tracking devices. They are radio-frequency identification (RFID) implants that provide permanent ID for your pet. Because they use RFID technology, microchips do not require a power source like a GPS. When a microchip scanner is passed over the pet, the microchip gets enough power from the scanner to transmit the microchip's ID number. Since there’s no battery and no moving parts, there's nothing to keep charged, wear out, or replace. The microchip will last your pet's lifetime. If your pet gets lost and is taken to a vet clinic or animal shelter, your pet will be scanned for a microchip to reveal his unique ID number. That number will be called into the pet recovery service and you will be contacted using the contact information on file with your pet’s microchip.

 
 
How is a microchip implanted in my dog or cat?

The microchip comes preloaded in a sterile applicator and is injected under the loose skin between the shoulder blades. The process takes only a few seconds and your pet will not react any more than he would to a vaccination. No anesthetic is required for a microchip implant. The procedure is performed at your veterinarian’s office or at the shelter where you adopted them. It is a simple procedure that is similar to administering a vaccine or a routine shot.

 
 
How does the SmartTag differ from a microchip?

A: The obvious differences between the SmartTag and a microchip is that our ID tag is visible, non-invasive and less expensive. A microchip is injected into the top of the shoulders of a dog or cat, either by a veterinarian or a trained technician, depending on the state. In order for a microchip to be effective, it needs to be registered with the correct owner contact information and it needs to be taken to a shelter or veterinarian to get scanned. Microchips work on 3 different frequencies, so the shelter or veterinarian might not have the right microchip reader. Each SmartTag is engraved with a unique serial number and our live toll free phone number. In the event your pet is ever lost we immediately send out a broadcast alert via email and fax to all of the shelter, rescue groups and vets in a 50 mile radius of the pet's last known location. You can be anywhere in North America. If someone finds your pet astray, all they do is call the toll free number.

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Features

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Lowest Price With Life Time Registration
 
         
 
eAlert Instantly Alerts Shelters, Rescues & Vets of Lost Pet
 
 
       
 
Free Metal ID Tag Included
 
         
 
FREE Replacement Metal ID Tags
 
         
 
24/7 Toll Free Live Emergency Support
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Lost Pet Medical Insurance
 
         
 
FREE online and phone updates To Your Account
 
 
   
 
 
 
Instant Lost Pet Posters
 
 
     
 

FAQ's

Microchip

Do you charge update fees for my pet and owner profile?

No. If your pet has been found, the information you provide is our only means of contacting you. You can make unlimited free updates, including phone number and address changes. Even if you go on a short vacation with your pet, please give us a call and we will note your temporary address and phone number.

Microchip
What is the cost of a pre-paid lifetime SmartTag microchip?

SmartTag does not directly sell microchips to consumers, only to veterinarians, animal shelters, rescue organizations, municipalities or pet retail locations. The cost of the one time lifetime registration is only $7.00. This also includes the cost of the SmartTag microchip and metal SmartTag. If your pet was adopted from a shelter or purchased from a breeder, your pet may already have a microchip. Consult your pet adoption paperwork or have your pet scanned for a microchip at your next vet visit to reveal the unique microchip ID number and register it. A recent study showed that less than 2% of cats without microchips were returned home. However, if a cat is micro chipped, the return-to-owner rate is 20 times higher than if the cat was not micro chipped.

Microchip
How is a found pet reunited?

When we receive a call about your pet being found, we will take all the details from the finder first. We will then place the caller on hold while we try to reach you using all your contact details including your home, cell and work telephone numbers. Once you’re on the phone, we will directly connect you with the finder. For extra safety, we will be on the call with you and help to arrange reunification.

Microchip
Do you charge annual fees?

No. Your pet is enrolled for its life with a SmartTag microchip.

What frequency does the SmartTag microchip work on?

The International Standard Organization (ISO) is the universal standard for Microchips. The frequency these chips are set to/read at is about 134.2 khz. Our microchips are compliant with ISO11784/785 and the 2.12*12mm and were approved by ICAR.

How long will my microchip last?

A microchip will normally last the lifetime of your pet because it is composed of biocompatible materials that will not degenerate over time. The SmartTag microchip has a anti–migration feature to help ensure the chip stays where it’s implanted. Also, since microchips require no power source and have no moving parts, there’s nothing that can wear out and need to be replaced. Pet owners can also check to make sure their pet’s microchip is still working by asking a vet to scan it during their pet’s next checkup. Register your pet’s microchip in a national pet recovery database with SmartTag with your contact information, so you can be contacted when your lost pet is found. Also, remember to keep your contact information up to date whenever you move or change phone numbers. This is a lifetime registration that requires no fees to update any of your contact information.

 
 
How do I register and enroll my customers SmartTag microchip?

They are very easy to register and there is no paperwork involved! SmartTag will provide you with a unique login in URL, user name and password that you can use to register all of your lifetime SmartTag microchips. If you don’t have a computer, you can also fax or mail registration forms to our address, IDtag.com 600 Meadowlands Parkway, Ste 131, Secaucus, NJ 07094.

What is a microchip and how does it work?

It is vital to keep your contact information up to date so that you can be reached. Microchips carry a unique identification number to identify your pet. Pet microchips are not tracking devices. They are radio-frequency identification (RFID) implants that provide permanent ID for your pet. Because they use RFID technology, microchips do not require a power source like a GPS. When a microchip scanner is passed over the pet, the microchip gets enough power from the scanner to transmit the microchip's ID number. Since there’s no battery and no moving parts, there's nothing to keep charged, wear out, or replace. The microchip will last your pet's lifetime. If your pet gets lost and is taken to a vet clinic or animal shelter, your pet will be scanned for a microchip to reveal his unique ID number. That number will be called into the pet recovery service and you will be contacted using the contact information on file with your pet’s microchip.

 
 
How is a microchip implanted in my dog or cat?

The microchip comes preloaded in a sterile applicator and is injected under the loose skin between the shoulder blades. The process takes only a few seconds and your pet will not react any more than he would to a vaccination. No anesthetic is required for a microchip implant. The procedure is performed at your veterinarian’s office or at the shelter where you adopted them. It is a simple procedure that is similar to administering a vaccine or a routine shot.

 
 
How does the SmartTag differ from a microchip?

A: The obvious differences between the SmartTag and a microchip is that our ID tag is visible, non-invasive and less expensive. A microchip is injected into the top of the shoulders of a dog or cat, either by a veterinarian or a trained technician, depending on the state. In order for a microchip to be effective, it needs to be registered with the correct owner contact information and it needs to be taken to a shelter or veterinarian to get scanned. Microchips work on 3 different frequencies, so the shelter or veterinarian might not have the right microchip reader. Each SmartTag is engraved with a unique serial number and our live toll free phone number. In the event your pet is ever lost we immediately send out a broadcast alert via email and fax to all of the shelter, rescue groups and vets in a 50 mile radius of the pet's last known location. You can be anywhere in North America. If someone finds your pet astray, all they do is call the toll free number.