Pets can be easily injured in summers from such elements like heat and insects. To stay prepared and aware of these injuries, check out this nifty infographic for more information.
I have an active, young Weimaraner whose parents and grandparents are working, competitive hunting dogs.
While my guy is very much a beginner when it comes to field training (and so am I), I’ve learned about some of the important safety tips for training a hunting dog. Please list your own tips or tricks in the comments below. We’d also love to see a picture of your hunting dog!
We knew that we wanted to start 2017 with a Paw it Forward partner that would bring hope and light to homeless pets nationwide. We wanted an organization with a tried and true record of improving the lives of dogs, as well as promoting responsible pet ownership.
dogIDs is proud to announce that our 2017 Quarter 1 Paw it Forward partner is Best Friends Animal Society. This will be our third Paw it Forward featuring for Best Friends Animal Society, and this year they have even more to be proud of.
Best Friends Animal Society’s mission is to “bring about a time where are No More Homeless Pets”.
They do this by helping to end the killing in America’s animal shelters through their community programs and partnerships. They also use their animal sanctuary in Utah, which is the largest in the nation and cares for almost 1,600 homeless animals.
Best Friends Animal Society (BFAS) also provides support in the form of funding, resources, advocacy and marketing assistance to their main partners in Los Angeles, Utah, New York and Atlanta as well as hundreds of rescues and shelters throughout the United States.
This past year, BFAS had 3 main areas of increased focus:
August 2016: Best Friends Animal Society committed $100,000 to Louisiana flood relief for their rescue partners located there as well as other homeless pets affected by the disaster
October 2016: Atlanta Pet Rescue and Adoption merged with BFAS to become Best Friends – Atlanta, creating a new resource in the Atlanta area for Best Friend’s work.
December 2016: Best Friends – New York hosted Best Friends Super Adoption, a 2 ½ day adoption event with 28 shelters participating. 4,000 people attended and over 320 pets were adopted.
It goes without saying that 2016 was a banner year for Best Friends Animal Society and we are thrilled to be partnering with them again for our Paw it Forward donation program and seeing how our customer’s donations can help them do even more in 2017.
Have a suggestion for a Paw it Forward partner for us? Leave it in the comments below.
Since its inception in 2015, the dogIDs Paw It Forward program has raised over $16,000 for dog-related non-profit organizations. We’ve partnered with a variety of organizations but the one common thread is their commitment to improving the lives of dogs.
We’re so happy to add another partner to our program. Starting October 1st, dogIDs will be featuring The Grey Muzzle Organization for the 4th Quarter of 2016.
The Grey Muzzle Organization is a non-profit whose mission is to improve the lives of senior dogs. They are one of the only organizations in the United States that focus on senior dogs specifically, and their vision is “a world where no old dog dies alone and afraid.” [Read more…]
It’s fall time and you know what that means! Cooler weather, lots of beautiful walks, pumpkin treats- for humans and pups, hayrack rides, leaf piles and of course FOOTBALL!
We love Sunday football and so do our dogs. They get to show off new collars and tags of their human’s favorite team, they get pumpkin treats and to top it all of they get belly rubs when your friends come over to watch the game.
Here are some ideas on how to include your pup even more in your NFL festivities! [Read more…]