This Thanksgiving, we’re especially thankful for our fans, customers, and their dogs. We asked people, “Why are you thankful for your pet?” and their beautiful responses are as follows:
It’s crazy to think that Thanksgiving is peeking around the corner! Here at dogIDs, we are especially thankful for the pets and their owners that make it possible for us to do what we do every day. As a token of our appreciation, we’d love to give you a chance to win a beautiful canvas portrait of your pet, valued at $200!
The first five days after the weekend are always the hardest. On the plus side, you’re probably handling Monday a lot better than these dogs are.
Disclaimer: This post may cause you to smile, even if your attitude is “anti-cheer-because-Monday-is-here.” But that’s okay. These dogs aren’t feeling today, either:
1. This dog, who still hasn’t woken up.
Getting involved with a local shelter or rescue is easier than you might think. While you may be familiar with the idea of volunteering at a shelter or fostering dogs, there’s a new way to give back that requires little to no commitment on your part: recycling cans for a local shelter! Now you can simultaneously help the environment and animals. Talk about a win-win!
On a beautiful Saturday in August, the small township of Cormorant, Minnesota held a ceremony to be remembered. After a five-hour grooming session, the town’s favorite dog, Duke, was elected and sworn in as honorary mayor of the city!
Cormorant Daze is the township’s annual summer festival weekend, so the committee decided to do a fun and different competition this year to get everyone involved. Hence, the ballots, which cost $1 each, were cast for Cormorant’s Mayor-Elect.
Believe it or not, dogIDs now offers collars that keep your dog even safer than our current lines of custom engraved collars. These collars are still personalized and just as industrial as ever, but we’ve added a center ring for additional safety! High-five to technology!
Benefits of a Safety Ring
If your dog spends time in the woods, in the field, or really anywhere with things that can get caught on collars, there is a concern for safety. But fear not– you don’t have to keep your pup in a padded room. Thanks to the new center ring, if your dog gets hung up on a branch or object he has more room to swivel his head and keep his airway clear.