Your Pet Information on USB

How convenient would it be to have your pet’s care information, owner contact details, and veterinary charts on a small USB flash drive strapped on your pet’s collar?

There are many pet identification possibilities, ranging from the simple collar tags that are most common, to embedded microchips that many view as a cruel alternative.

In case your dog or cat is lost, sick, or being taken care of by others (while you are vacationing), this will have the important information stored on USB. The data can be accessed anytime by a simple plug-in to any computer USB connection.

The Pet Safe Micro I.D Collar for Dogs or Cats costs $42.99. Price can vary based on your pet’s neck size.

For those of you who would like to have the peace of mind of having the relevant pet information available in case your pet is lost or needs caring for, this could be a good solution.

Via: Zedomax

5 thoughts on “Your Pet Information on USB

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  2. Tal Siach.

    Hi Ken, Dror and Neece thanks for stopping by.

    @Ken: True, it is a good product for pet owners.

    @Dror: I agree that it is not cheap, but it is actually built in the collar. In addition, it comes with built-in software that helps you manage your pet details.

    @Neece: It is funny that just as I was writing my reply to Dror, you commented and brought up the same points.
    You really like your GPS idea. That would be pretty cool.

  3. Neece.

    This is neat! I think I would consider it, except Dror Ceder has a point, it’s rather pricey considering it’s just a USB drive. I guess it’s the software and the collar you pay so much for? Anyway, it’s a great concept. Now add GPS to this (which is also available) and you’ve really got a great pet collar.

  4. Dror Ceder.

    that is a great feature but I really don’t understand why it should cost 42$ !!! it’s just a usb with a tiny amount of memory.
    The big question is when will they start selling software on usb flash memory insted of CD’s.


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