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Sport Dog Rivet-On Dog Collar Name Plates

Sport Dog Rivet-On Dog Collar Name Plates

$15.00
Some dogs want nothing more than to spend all day every day in the great outdoors. That’s why we’ve created our line of Sport Dog Rivet-On Dog Collar Nameplates. Obviously keeping your dog identified and protected in your number one priority...

Medical Alert Dog Tags

$15.00
An Important PrecautionSince your dog can’t speak for herself to explain to strangers her medical needs, these Medical Alert Tags have been designed by dogIDs to easily inform others to be aware of special needs or provide emergency response...

Therapy Dog Tag

$12.00
Therapy Dog Tag We love therapy dogs and know how important it can be for their status to be apparent to others. These Therapy Dog Tags are easy to read and stand out because of their bold colors. Our high-quality laser engraving is guaranteed to stand...
Service Dog Engraved Dog Tag - Black

Service Dog ID Tag

$12.00
The Service Dog ID Tag is a great option for informing people that your dog is a service dog. This tag is perfect for all working dogs like mobility dogs, hearing dogs and guide dogs. The service dog products are sold strictly for legitimate...

Metal Pet ID Card

$12.00
$8.50 On Sale
You always keep your important information readily at hand. Why not have your dog’s info too The Metal Pet ID Card is the perfect way to make sure you always have all the information you need to keep your pet safe. Size & Space These metal...

Dog Training

We at dogIDs want you and your dog to have the best training experience possible. That is why we have put together tips and advice on training your pup and how to work through common behavior issues. If you would like information on how to begin training, check out our blog posts below.

Are you a new puppy parent? We’ve compiled a list of all the things we think you should know about bringing your pup home and how to begin training them. You can read this list in our blog Puppy Training Tips and Advice.

Some common issues with dogs are barking when home alone or not listening to commands. If you would like some advice on how to train your pup to stop doing these things, check out our post on Top Training Tips.

You want your dog to be comfortable and controlled on walks or around the house. If you’re wondering whether a collar or harness will most benefit your dog and what types of each there are, read our blog Collar vs. Harness.

Dogs tend to get very excited when meeting people. If your dog energetically greets people by jumping up on them and you would like to teach them to stay down, check out our article 4 Tips to Stop a Dog From Jumping.

Training a dog is a daunting task that takes time and consistent effort. There are plenty of tips on how you should train your dog, but you may have never thought about what you should not be doing. Here are a few Training Mistakes to keep in mind when teaching your dog a new command.