This past May, dogIDs happily partnered with local news station, Valley News Live, for a special promotion benefitting the Humane Society of Fargo Moorhead.
While we’re all aware our dogs should know basic commands, sometimes we need a reminder on why certain commands are so important and how they can even save a dog’s life.
This is my list of the top 5 commands I believe all dogs should know and respond to. If you have additional commands to add to the list, please mention them in the comments.
The following are some reasons why you may want to consider a harness for your dog.
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.
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!
You’ve probably been out walking your dog, minding your own business, when someone’s off-leash dog charges you. While this is often annoying, it’s usually no big deal as long as both dogs are friendly. But what if your dog isn’t friendly? Or, what if the approaching dog isn’t friendly?
The following are some tips on possible ways to handle an approaching dog, keeping in mind that every situation is different.