Tag: safety

Introducing the Newest Line of Pet ID Tags

HDC Stainless Steel Pet ID Designs

As a dog owner, you want to see your pet healthy, happy and safe. Your pup is part of the family, after all. But did you realize one of the best things you can do for your dog is also one of the easiest? Dog ID tags are simple forms of doggy identification. If Spot, for whatever reason, gets lost in a nearby neighborhood, a kind stranger could peek at his collar for your phone number. This is more important than you might think. According to Dr. Emily Weiss, vice president of shelter research and development for the American Society[...]

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Dog Park Etiquette: 3 Things to Do Before You Unleash

Unleashing in Excitement Upon Arrival in the Park

When you grab your car keys and your pup’s leash, they know what time it is: IT’S DOG PARK TIME! Your dog (it’s like they’re half kangaroo) jumps into the car and is rearing to go. Watching their little bum shake as their tail wags one hundred miles an hour warms your heart. You’re such a happy and proud puppy parent! Everyone at the park knows who your dog is by their colorful and hip personalized dog collar, and you’re grateful for that. The last thing you want is for your dog to be recognized by his bad manners! But,[...]

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3 Dog Collars That’ll Keep Your Dog Safe on Your Daily Walkies

Dogs excitedly running in the park

If you had to choose, what do you think is your pupper’s favorite time of day? Are they most feisty early in the morning, or does your doggo get their tail wag on in the evening? More than likely their favorite time of day is whenever you’re home—they’re just always so happy to see you! But, to really answer the question posed above: you’ve probably noticed your pup get the most noticeably animated when you whip the leash out for a walk! Alas, a leash is only as nice as its matching designer dog collar. Without both a well-made leash[...]

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Pet Safety Rules For The 4th Of July

It's true, July 5th is the busiest day of the year for pet shelters.  Fireworks, food at BBQs, and simple lack of attention cause more pets ot be injured on this day than any other.  A few basic rules can help save your pet from injury or worse.  Here is a quick, 1 page printout to use at your next BBQ, party, event, beach bonfire, or other Summer season gathering.  Share it with your guests so they can help keep their and your pets safe too. Our Free Poster is a PDF file that will download or open in a[...]

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