In Case Of Emergency (I.C.E.) ManeStay ID Tag
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In Case Of Emergency (I.C.E.) ManeStay ID Tag gives your equines a huge advantage; in a field of evacuated equines, those wearing visible ID are going to be the first to be processed and returned to their families. In an extreme emergency such as fire, hurricane, tornado or flood, when every second counts, ManeStay is your go-to method to quickly, safely and securely attach VISIBLE identification to horse, mule or donkey in literally just 3 seconds. Even if your equine is tattooed, freeze branded or microchipped (all excellent forms of permanent identification), unless the person who finds your equine has the tools to read the chip, brand or tattoo, there will likely be a delay in getting your animal identified and returned to you. Keep your ManeStays with your other emergency supplies so it is ready when needed.
ManeStay is heat and flame resistant and is made of polycarbonate (just like NFL-caliber helmets so you know it's tough) and stainless steel components that make it corrosion resistant. Your critical contact information is permanent and waterproof giving immediate access to your contact info so the finder can call your cell phone.
Simply write your contact info using an Ultra Fine Point Sharpie® brand marker. Circling Yes or No will immediately tell the person who finds your horse whether the animal has been microchipped. Your info is permanent and waterproof.
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We ship worldwide from our warehouse located in Harrington, Delaware. We ship via UPS or the United States Postal Service whenever possible. Shipment time varies from 1-7 business days, depending on your proximity to Delaware.
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WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For the complete list of chemicals covered by this the statute, please visit California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment at: https://oehha.ca.gov/proposition-65/proposition-65-list.
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