- Nickel plated - 22mm round
- Come with a stainless steel ring for attaching to the stethoscope or keys
- Custom engraved with a name on the back
Dog and cat silhouette ID tags. Customizable veterinary stethoscope tags. These tags are both cute and practical! Make sure no one walks off with the wrong stethoscope again! Great for vets, vet techs, anyone who carries a stethoscope! These also make great tags for your keys, scissors, or anything else you worry about losing.
With every item purchased from our store, you can choose to donate 5% of the order value to one of these organizations, or you can split the amount to all 4 of them.
This is a charity organization based in Massachusetts and it’s dealing with various animal welfare programs. At the moment, they are receiving donations to support “The Stray Animal Fund” – a program that assists financially for emergency and urgent care of stray dogs and cats; “Emergency and Disaster Program” – provides emergency response and recovery when a disaster happens, provides training and education for pet owners to prepare them for an upcoming disaster; and “Pet Oxygen Mask Program” – provides oxygen mask kits for animals to pet owners in case of a fire disaster.
This is a veterinary and social service organization dedicated to providing the basic veterinary medical care and support to low-income pet owners. They were established in 2014 and since then they were able to help pets with urgent medical services at outside facilities, spays and neuters, dental treatments for stage 3 and 4 dental diseases, and sometimes with necessary euthanasia.
This is a non-profit veterinary organization dedicated to providing a continued professional development and education for the global veterinary community. They offer cutting-edge education programs for veterinarians, veterinary technicians, veterinary nurses, support staff and practice managers.
This is a charitable veterinary organization directly connected to AVMA (The American Veterinary Medical Association). The foundation was established in 1963, has its headquarters in Chicago and since then they have helped many veterinarians with continued education, services, research programs and activities with more than $10 000 000 in grants.