Asheville, NC (PRWEB) July 8, 2009
Pet ID Tags just got a lot more stylish by "crowdsourcing" the latest designs from dog lovers and owners alike. DogTagArt.com offers pets the opportunity to express their inner fashionista with hip, artist-designed dog tags.
Dog Tag Art is laying the groundwork for a vibrant community of artists, pet lovers and photographers to show off their creativity by giving pets style and keeping them safe with an indestructible pet tag.
Think Threadless.com, the popular website for crowdsourced t-shirts, but for pet tags. Dog Tag Art is shaking things up. Pet tags are still informative, but no longer boring.
The site invites artists to submit original works of "tag art". Royalties of $1 will be paid out to artists for each tag sold with their unique design and each artist will be featured in a personal profile on the site.
Pet owners can even upload photos of themselves and their furry friends modeling the adorable dog tags. The most creative and stylish user photos will be selected to win great prizes. The first contest winner will receive a photo shoot with a professional photographer and second place a digital photo frame.
The site offers pet tags ranging from the naughty "Jaws" and "Bad Cat, Poor Bird" tags, to the nice "Love Me" and "Pet Me" tags.
Tags are printed on permanent, aluminum pet tags using a process that ensures the design and copy will never wear off. Each tag comes in at just $14.95 with free shipping and a lifetime guarantee.
Each year over one million cats and dogs are taken into shelters and never reunited with their owners. Why? Because they can't be identified. Accessorizing your pet with a cute and informative pet id tag can drastically reduce those odds.
Because the pet tags are designer quality, they can be worn by dogs, cats, kids -- anyone looking for a stylish means of identification. They are also great for outdoor enthusiasts like runners and bikers in case of emergencies.
DogTagArt.com also provides custom dog tags for corporate use and special medical conditions. The series of "I'm allergic!" tags, for example, calls attention to a pet's food allergies
Founded by pet expert, dog lover, and serial entrepreneur Jack Carrier, Dog Tag Art is the perfect outlet for those who love their pets and want to enhance their pet's style and individuality.
For more information please visit Dog Tag Art.