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How ID Tags Can Save Your Dog’s Life – Three Examples

How ID tags can save your dogHere at dogIDs we understand the importance of pet ID tags, and we want to encourage all pet owners to put collars and tags on their pets.

The following are just three examples of dogs who were reunited with their owners after getting lost. In all three cases, the fact that the dogs were wearing ID tags made all the difference.

You just never know what can happen, and we hope these stories will remind other dog and cat owners how important ID tags can be.

If you have ever lost dog or cat, please share your story in the comments section.

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Celebrating ‘Bring Your Dog to Work Day’ Everyday

eric playing with poochesToday is National Bring Your Dog to Work Day, a day when all pooches large and small get the opportunity to experience their human’s workplace.

At dogIDs, you could say that we celebrate this holiday every day. On a typical day, we have anywhere from 1-4 dogs roaming around our office. We truly believe that having our dogs around us keeps our stress level low and inspires us to provide the best products for them.

To celebrate this special holiday, we thought we’d reflect on our favorite aspects of having office dogs.  Each member of the dogIDs team has their own reason for enjoying the team pets. [Read more...]

How to Stop a Dog From Begging

My dog typically stares at me and drools while I’m eating until I eventually smile or give him some of my food. My behavior of course encourages Ace to beg, even if I only acknowledge him 50 percent of the time.

Since so many other dogs beg while their humans are eating, I asked a professional dog trainer for some tips on how to manage this behavior. Please leave your own suggestions or questions in the comments. [Read more...]

4 Reasons to Use a Harness to Walk Your Dog

Reasons to walk your dog on a harnessI’m a dog walker, so I use a variety of available tools for walking different types of dogs. One of those options is a leash and harness.

The following are some reasons why you may want to consider a harness for your dog.

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4 Ways to Raise Pet Cancer Awareness All Year

Pet Cancer Awareness MonthDogs and cats can get cancer too, and since May is Pet Cancer Awareness Month, I want to share some things you can do all year to raise pet cancer awareness.

I hope these tips will be helpful for keeping your own pets healthy as well as raising overall awareness for all pets.

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Celebrating dogIDs Spokesdog, River!

Happy Birthday River!Today is a very special day. It’s River’s 5th birthday!

For the past five years, River has been the dogIDs spokesdog, fit model, product tester and morale booster. He spends every day helping us further our mission of producing and selling the highest quality dog products. [Read more...]

Tips to Help Prevent Dog Bites

Crossbreed dog sitting, looking intimidated, isolated on whiteMost dogs are friendly, but any dog can potentially bite, especially if the human fails to read the dog’s signals.

This week is National Dog Bite Prevention Week, according to the American Veterinary Medicine Association. It estimates there are 70 million dogs living in U.S. households, and more than 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs each year.

To learn more about how to prevent these incidents, I talked with a couple of dog experts to get their tips.

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Five Ways to Prepare for a Puppy

Five Ways to Prepare for a PuppyMost new dog owners know what basic supplies they’ll need for a puppy. They know to purchase a leash, toys and food, for example. But what are some of the less obvious necessities new puppy owners may not think about?

The following are a few of my ideas, and I’d love to hear yours in the comments.
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Celebrating Another Kind of Mother

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! [Read more...]

Reunited and It Feels So Good: Why Your Pet Needs ID

Lisa Napell Dicksteen never thought that her beloved family pet cat Gus would be lost. But one October day, he snuck out the door and didn’t return for months.

It’s most pet lovers’ nightmare. If your pet became lost, how confident are you that he would find his way back home? If Fido is microchipped and/or wears ID tags, his chances are pretty good. But without ID? Chances aren’t so good. Can you even bear to think about losing your furry friend?

Reunited and it feels so good - Why it's important to ID your petsNational Pet ID Week, the third full week of April, is almost here, and so we here at dogIDs want to remind you the importance of ID tagging your pet. It just may be the one hope you have to getting your friend back home. [Read more...]