Last week during the BlogPaws conference, we were lucky to meet many amazing brand representatives. We also received many free samples. Bentley and Pierre were very pleased with the wide variety of bounty that we brought home. One of my favorite non-edible items was the two PawPrintsIDs. We met Jason Smith, who is one of the founders of the company. He was extremely nice and very helpful. The boys are quite proud of their new high-tech dog tags. They insist on telling you about them.
|My mom loves me and|
never wants me to get lost.
Bentley: “Thanks Mom. I want to tell our readers about the cool ID tags that Pierre and I are sporting on our collars. It hasn’t been too long ago that I began wearing a collar. That’s all thanks to PurelyPersonalized Pet. You can read about it on this post. Anyway, I didn’t have a nametag to hang on my spiffy collar. It was a great surprise when Mom attached this new acrylic coated aluminum tag to it.”
Pierre: “I have always worn a collar because that’s just how I roll. Speaking of rolls, you haven’t worn one because of that roll of extra skin around your neck. *snicker* These new tags don’t have our names on them. Instead, they have a QR code. QR stands for Quick Response. That is something that you never do, unless it involves food! Sorry, I couldn’t help myself from being hilarious.”
Bentley: “Oh you are just a laugh a minute today, aren’t you? I’d tell you to get lost, but with our new tags, it wouldn’t do any good. You see, all anyone has to do is use their smartphone and scan our tags. Just like magic, within 30 seconds Mom would get a text message letting her know that your tag has been scanned. If the person who found you has GPS enabled on their phone, it will even give her a Google map with your exact location. Paw Prints ID even has a free download for a QR reader. In case the person that finds you doesn’t have a smartphone, they can type the tag number into the user-friendly PawPrintsID site and your information pops up on the screen.”
Pierre: “Do you think Gramma put the fact that I’m on the cover of her book on my information page? I do want to be treated as a celebrity sighting. She did use one of my
handsome photos. My page also says that
I love everyone, and that I’m an inside dog.
It even has my veterinarian information on it. I checked, but didn’t see anything about me
being fabulous. I wonder what’s up with that.”
|I just wanted to be treated|
like a superstar. Is that so wrong?
Bentley: “Oh good grief! She had to limit the information to the facts. It does say that you’re a runner. You know how you don’t come back when you’re called. Yeah, that IS on your information profile. It will also be super easy for your mom to update the information whenever you move back with her. *hint, hint* The only thing that can’t be changed is your name and your sex. That means you can’t undergo any sex change operation and change your name to Pierrette. I’m just sayin’. These tags are so much more efficient than posting flyers all around the neighborhood. I like all of the information that Mom wrote about me. I also like everyone, including children unless they act all goofy and hyper. That gets on my last nerve. Obviously, the site was really simple to navigate; even she didn’t have any trouble. You know that she isn’t the most tech-savvy human around.”
Pierre: “Bless her heart, most really old people aren’t. She was so proud when she had everything filled out and our tags were ready to begin protecting us from possible loss. We never are loose, but I’ll admit to having made a break just the other day. Papaw was running around after me as I dodged and darted. I’m thinking of trying out for the New Orleans Saints, because I can sure hustle. I just have to figure out how to make my smooth moves with a football. I finally gave up and came back to the front door. Papaw didn’t see the humor in my little escapade for some reason.”
Bentley: “You’re just lucky that you came back home. That happened before we were tagged. There is no telling where you would have ended up without these ingenious jewels on our collars. Since neither of us have ever been microchipped, we were pretty much on our own if something happened. Plus, those chips can move around and when most vets or shelters scan a dog or cat, they scan their backs. If that little rice-sized chip moves, you’re basically a lost cause. You could be saying hello to shelter life or *shudder* the pound! The PawPrintsID tag only costs $39.95 and that’s for life. No monthly payments and if you manage to lose yours while your digging for moles or any other fruitless shenanigans that you engage in, a replacement is just $12.95. That’s cheap to ensure we get back to living in our lap of luxury. Personally speaking, I’m worth it.”
Pierre: “I’m worth much more and my mom tells me that I am priceless. My mole digging
is only fruitless until I pull one of those tunneling varmints out
of a hole. Then, you’ll be calling me Mr.
Pierre Mole-Catcher Extraordinaire. I
keep digging for them because practice makes perfect.”
|I am a fierce mole-hunter.|
Bentley: “Well, that may be so but your practice only makes huge holes in the backyard. That’s beside the point anyway. Did we cover all of the crazy great features of our new ID tags? Let’s see; they are light as can be, durable, hold tons of information in a tiny funny looking square, the site is easy to use, and we look super sexy in them. Yep, that should cover it.”
Pierre: “We’d better mention that our readers can buy them at their vet or other places for $19.95. The other $20.00 is payable when they register their tag. Of course, a visual is always helpful. You can click here to see an example of the profile page that comes up when a tag is scanned. Below, you can see what a QR code looks like. You’ve probably seen them in hundreds of places like magazines, television, and newspaper. Even business cards have them nowadays.”
Bentley: I guess all that’s left to do is thank the fabulous folks at PawPrintsID for our new tags. Thanks so much. My mom isn’t as stressed about us getting lost and never returning. Personally, I am never leaving. I know a great thing when I have one. My family, my home, and now, my PawPrintsID tag are all great things. I think that I’ll keep them. If you want to know more about these incredible tags, click here to watch their video.”
|This is a QR code.|
*I received two PawPrintsID at the 2014 BlogPaws conference. They were given to any attendee that requested one. There was no mention of posting a review for this product. I am reviewing this product only to share the information with my readers.
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