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Sureflap Collar Tags

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Sureflap Collar Tags is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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I156269-Sureflap Collar Tags
I156269-Sureflap Collar Tags

Product details

SKU
I156269
Pet
Cat
Dimensions
2 units
Life Stage
Adult, Senior
Dc Door Type
Replacement Magnets
Dc Housing Type
Doors & Gates
Description
We recommend that you use the SureFlap Microchip Pet Door or Cat Door with your pet?s veterinary inserted microchip. However if your pet is not microchipped, the SureFlap RFID collar tag is available as an alternative. SureFlap RFID collar tags contain a code that is unique to your pet so that if other pets in the neighbourhood have a SureFlap collar tag, or any other type of collar tag used in selective pet doors, they will not be able to gain access.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from It does what it needs to do. Cats that are microchipped as kittens, as they grow the microchip moves in their body. Our now-adult cat can't get through the microchip cat door using her own one. Not sure where it is, but not in her shoulders any more. Solution: tag her collar too. Now if only she could stop losing her collar...
Date published: 2024-01-29
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