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The "Doggie Driver" - dog tags get data storage

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by BredaKim, Dec 4, 2007.


  1. BredaKim

    BredaKim PetForums Member

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    10 October 2007 10:54 GMT - These bone-shaped drives offer 512MB of flash memory which we assume is to use as a high-tech dog tag to store info about your precious woof should he/she escape, rather than make them carry your files and music. Although, they should earn that Pedigree Chum somehow, it's not cheap, you know... :D
     
  2. Debbie

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    Great idea but easily taken off of the dog if that dog is stollen - more a novalty item - cute and fun:)
     
  3. BredaKim

    BredaKim PetForums Member

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    I think my dogs would look at it as a rather nice attractive TOY on the other dog and happily chew it to bits!!
    Think I will stick with having them chipped and a good old fashioned metal tag LOL!
     
  4. Debbie

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    My lot would swallow it in one go...yep chip and metal tag it is :)
    Maybe for a cat LOL....
     
  5. Eolabeo

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    same... that wouldnt last 2 mins on my dogs necks lol, they would take it off eachother.
    pretty but thats bout it.
     
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