Decal -  Pets Inside / Emergency Decal Set - Mydeye

Decal - Pets Inside / Emergency Decal Set

  • $5.00

When an emergency situation arises, you don't want to have to worry about your pets.  This customized decal will let emergency rescue personnel know exactly what pets are in your house so they can be rescued too.

These decals are customized for your unique household, so the height will vary depending on the number of animals you have.  However, all decals will be approximately 3 1/2" wide.  Each image will come as a single decal for easy placement, and will also come with an additional year decal for the following year (all orders in 2018 will also be sent a 2019 decal).  In the new year, simply adhere the new year over the previous year on the decal.

Each emergency decal set will come with: 1 "Pet's Inside", up to 3 animals (depending on what is ordered in the comments section); 1 current year; 1 next year.

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Decals are customized for your household, so when ordering make sure to put the number of each animal in your home in the comments box.

For example: 2 dogs, 1 cat, & 3 ferrets.


    All Mydeye decals are made in the USA with Oracal 751 Vinyl - long lasting, exterior vinyl. This vinyl can be used on most hard surfaces such as, windows, doors, or even aluminum siding. When applied properly, it will easily last for years.

    Each decal comes with transfer paper to use in application. The vinyl is applied with pressure sensitive adhesive, and works best on a clean surface. 

    For best results:

    1. Use rubbing alcohol to clean non-porous surfaces before applying. 
    2. Remove the back plastic from the decal and put the decal in place.  If placing on a window, the decal will go on the outside of the window. 
    3. Use a credit card or other stiff device to very firmly push down on the decal through the transfer paper.
    4. Pull the transfer paper off of the decal in a horizontal motion - straight back, not up.  If the decal is not completely stuck to the surface replace the transfer paper and continue to apply pressure to the areas not adhering.
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