QR code pet tags help dogs and cats get home

QR code pet tags help dogs and cats get home

QR code pet tags help dogs and cats get home | QR4U.in

Pawcode has announced its new quick response code products to give peace of mind to animal owners.

With these innovative QR code pet tags, it becomes possible for a larger amount of identifying information to be worn by the animal so that a good Samaritan will be able to scan the barcode with his or her smartphone and obtain the contact information of the owner. This will make it far easier for someone who has found an animal to be able to find out exactly how to bring the dog or cat home again.

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