Puppy ID Bands 8 - 12
Puppy ID Bands are colorful litter collars to provide identification to newborn puppies and kittens or other small animals for the first few weeks after birth. This two-pack includes one newborn 8 inch size and one 12 inch size package. Lightweight and thin velcro-style bands wrap around and self attach with a secure grip. 12 different colors in each package. Adjustable. Check often for growing adjustments.
Puppy ID Bands are colorful litter collars for newborn puppies, kittens and other small animals. The puppy litter collars provide an easy way for breeders to keep up with who's who in a litter. Each package contains 12 collars (puppy bands) so each pup wears a different color. Our wrap-around style puppy bands are lightweight and thin made with a softer (safer) velcro material that self attaches. When used correctly, they are safe for young puppies and other small animals.
- give each puppy identity using a different colored collar on each puppy
- self attaching lightweight collars
- no buckles or strings
- easy wrap-around soft velcro
The 8 inch size is recommended for all breeds (newborns) to start with. The 8 inch size can be used for about 7 days before moving up to a larger size if desired.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to wrap the puppy band straight around so that it attaches to itself completely. There should be a minimum 2 inch overlap for it to have a secure grip. Wrap the band loose enough that a finger can slide under it but not so loose that it can get hung on another object. Check daily for growth adjustments. Please view the video on the home page which shows how to wrap the puppy band around the neck of a young puppy. These are temporary collars and not intended for long term use.
For breeders who like to keep detailed records on all the puppies and kittens, we offer color coordinated Record Keeping Charts that match our puppy litter collars. This is a great record keeping system that allows breeders to keep track of whelping details, feeding times, daily & weekly weight progress, vaccinations, wormings, microchip numbers and new puppy owner information. The record keeping task is greatly simplified when the litter collars are used together with the charts.