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The 'Street ID' Labels Help Owners Identify Their Dog's Disposition

 - Jun 14, 2015
References: barklynpup & kickstarter
Not all dogs are comfortable around strangers, so 'Barklyn Pup' has created a clever set of tags for owners to warn others about their dog's disposition. The 'Street ID' tags were created by a Brooklyn-based couple after they noticed that one of their dogs was extremely nervous around strangers and other dogs. Instead of continually warning people about their dog's skittish personality, they created a set of recognizable labels that would easily identify their dog's disposition.

The Street ID line features double-sided tags, stitched with the phrase 'friendly' or 'nervous.' The tags are large in size and can easily be spotted and read from a distance. The tags ultimately help to prevent unpleasant exchanges with strangers and other dog owners by warning them in advance if your dog is uncomfortable around unfamiliar faces.