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New State of the Art Tags will Make it Easier to Find Lost Pets in Plano

A new technologically-advanced registration tag system will help pet owners get their lost dogs or cats back quickly and safely.

The City of Plano Animal Services Department just introduced tags that are equipped with QR codes with individual web pages specific to each pet. These codes will allow people who find pets to instantly access specific information about the animal on their smartphones, tablets or computers.

The tags will also help Animal Services officers instantly obtain pet and owner information when they pick up lost animals.

An optional service is also available involving GPS notifications if pets are lost and someone scans the tag. Pet owners can sign up for this service any time, including after their pet is lost.

All dogs, cats and ferrets in Plano are required to register with the City to verify rabies vaccinations.

City Of Plano
Plano, Texas, is the largest city in Collin County with a population of 271,140 as of January 2015. Incorporated in 1873, the city is located 20 miles north of Dallas. Plano was recently named the third Best Run City in America by 24/7 Wall Street. The City offers a high quality of life that includes: nationally-recognized schools, award-winning parks and sustainability initiatives, designation as one of America’s safest cities by Forbes magazine, and a wide variety of multi-cultural neighborhoods appealing to families, young singles and retirees. Plano is home and future home to many major international corporations and Fortune 500 headquarters such as Toyota, Liberty Mutual, FedEx Office, JC Penney, Dr. Pepper/Snapple Group, Rent-A-Center, Cinemark Holdings, Denbury Resources and Alliance Data Systems. The dynamic community features excellent restaurants, vibrant shopping and entertainment venues, a lively historic downtown district and active local arts scene. Easy access to DART light rail and major highways makes Plano a convenient place to live, work and visit.


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