Our Georgia Pet IDs are perfect for dogs, cats, and any other family pets. Each Georgia Dog Driver’s License is printed with your pet’s photo and detailed information such as address, breed, date of birth and more! Our tags are printed on heavy duty plastic to ensure you the highest quality and durability.
Available for all 50 states. Each order comes with 2 different sizes, a real sized Pet License and a smaller Collar version.
See an example of a Georgia Pet License Below. Some states may have multiple versions of IDs.
What does a real id look like in Georgia?
Driver’s licenses in the US are typically a plastic card with a photograph of the license holder, as well as personal information such as the holder’s name, date of birth, address, and driver’s license number. The license will also usually have an issue date and an expiration date. In addition, the license may have security features such as a hologram, microprinting, or a magnetic strip to prevent counterfeiting.
It’s important to note that driver’s license designs can vary from state to state, so a Georgia driver’s license may look different from licenses in other states. Georgia is called the Peach State, but the fruit has been part of Georgia’s history long before there was a Georgia. Georgia will always be the Peach State, and the peach became Georgia’s official state fruit on April 7, 1995, Today in Georgia History. You will find this peach logo on all of Georgia pet ID cards.
You’ll also find the state seal. The seal features the image of three pillars that represent the three branches of government: legislative, judicial, and executive. Above the pillars is an arch with the word “Constitution” written on it, which represents the foundation of the state’s government. The arch is supported by two oak branches, which represent strength and wisdom.
In the center of the seal is a circular image with a scene that depicts agriculture and commerce. The image shows a farmer plowing a field, with a ship and a lighthouse in the background. The farmer represents the importance of agriculture in Georgia’s economy, while the ship and lighthouse represent the state’s thriving commerce and trade.