We are excited to welcome our newest partner, Justin Nelson, to the dogIDs pack! Justin’s sewing shop is located right here in our hometown of Fargo, ND. This new partnership means your dog can enjoy the safety and comfort of a custom-embroidered nylon collar in a variety of bright colors, shipped quickly and conveniently to your mailbox!
Hopefully the dog will be friendly and wearing ID tags. That way, you could just contact the owner yourself. But we all know it’s not always that easy. What if the dog is not wearing tags? Some lost dogs may not even be wearing collars. And some dogs may not be very friendly.
The following are some ideas on what you can do to help a dog if you come across one that appears to be lost.
If you haven’t heard the story, this past May the Urness Family’s 3 year-old son, Carson, went missing while playing outside at their farm near Cooperstown, ND. The family dog, Cooper, was gone too, so the family hoped the two of them were together.
A team of 200 people searched for many hours to find Carson and finally found him about a mile away from the family home. Sure enough, Cooper was there too – lying on the boy to keep him warm and safe.
This past May, dogIDs happily partnered with local news station, Valley News Live, for a special promotion benefitting the Humane Society of Fargo Moorhead.
It’s that time of year where we see advertisements for ways to pamper Mom – a bouquet of flowers, an Edible Arrangement, a spa day, some jewelry. But what about the other mothers? The fur moms?
There may not be an official Pet Mother’s Day, but that won’t stop us from recognizing some of the lovely fur moms out there.
To honor the relationship between human and pet, we asked some of our friends, staff, readers and customers to tell us what they think is best about being a pet mom. Here’s what they said!
There’s something heartwarming about animal stories. Cats who traveled across country in a truck muffler, only to be reunited with his owners weeks later. A dog who helped somebody through a tough situation or a pet that gave a child more confidence. But one of my favorite types of stories are those of unlikely animal friends.