Pink Mini Medical Dog Tag
The pink aluminum mini epilepsy medical alert necklaces are a perfect scaled down version of the original size medical dog tags, measuring 3/4" wide by 1 1/2" long. Our epilepsy ID tags are offered with an accessory choice of either a 24" ball chain necklace or a spiral key ring for hooking onto a backpack or keychain! These epilepsy ID tags are reasonably priced to cover both departments if you choose!
N-Style ID does not recommend epilepsy medical alert necklaces for children. View our children's medical ID bracelets.
Availability: In stock
- Color not as pictured.
This tag looks hot pink but in reality it’s a dark metallic looking color. They should specify that it’s a really metallic color like a bad car color. (Posted on 4/16/2018)
Good price and I really like the pink. (Posted on 10/10/2016)
This smaller size is perfect. I love the pink! (Posted on 4/1/2014)
- Just right
We put this on our daughter's lunch box. It's perfect. (Posted on 10/17/2013)
- Mom's happy
Ordered for my mother who is 64yrs. old and she loves it. When Mom is happy everybody's happy. (Posted on 3/5/2013)
My daughter loves it. She doesn't give me a hard time wearing it. The color is perfect for this 6 year old (Posted on 3/1/2013)
- Pleased with my tag
The writing is small, but in case of an emergency, it can be read. (Posted on 1/2/2013)
- Not good
I was really shocked to see how small this was as well as how light the print is, won't purchase again. Thought about returning it but too big of a hassle. (Posted on 7/9/2012)
- Great i.d.
Easy to order, cute dog tag, my daughter loves it. (Posted on 4/6/2012)
- Loved it!
My daughter was very excited to receive her pink dog tags. Another diabetic child at her school has the ID tags and now they will match. (Posted on 12/30/2011)
- LOVE IT!
I ordered a pink dog tag necklace for my daughter and she loves it. We have been on the website looking for awhile but could never decide on just one, so we took a chance and ordered the dog tags and she wears them everyday. Thanks again, Linda Finniss (Posted on 9/21/2011)