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dogIDs Names Unveils Cyber Monday Specials

dogIDs Names Unveils Cyber Monday Specials












Fargo, ND (PRWEB) November 23, 2011

dogIDs, a leading provider of personalized designer dog collars, custom dog tags, dog beds and dog leashes, has announced its 2011 Cyber Monday pet specials. More than 10 of the most popular and best-selling products from dogIDs will be deeply discounted, some as much as 50 percent off.

“We are super excited to bring our customers these Cyber Monday pet deals,” says Clint Howitz, pack leader and president of dogIDs. “Customers will love our new holiday items including dog ID tags in fun patterns such as a Christmas ornament, a “ho, ho, ho, my name is” name tag, a red peppermint, and Christmas dots design. Plus we’ve extended ‘don’t miss these deals’ discounts to customer favorites like our personalized dog collar, leash and bed package.”

Cyber Monday dog deals from dogIDs also include huge savings on their new personalized velvet dog collars and personalized nylon dog collars, both are great for large and small breeds.

Other exceptional Cyber Monday pet specials include the new Roughrider double-ply leather dog collar with personalized name plate and dogIDs’ signature paw print dog ID tags.

“We want to take this opportunity to thank our customers for their patronage and to wish them a wonderful holiday season,” concludes Howitz. “We encourage them to take advantage of our Cyber Monday specials; they include some of the best prices we’ve ever offered!”

dogIDs’ personalization process utilizes laser engraving. Up to four lines of information, with a choice of 14 font styles, can be engraved on the back of the dog tags.

Additionally, dogIDs is offering Secret Santa Specials that enable customers to save more than 20 percent on select products and gift packages, including dog boots, sweaters, outdoor dog bundle packages, and playful dog bundle packages. Customers can join the dogIDs newsletter list and receive an additional 10 percent off. dogIDs offers flat-rate shipping of $ 2.95 for pet ID tags and $ 6.95 for all other products.

About dogIDs

Since 1999, dogIDs has been producing personalized dog collars, custom dog tags and unique pet ID tags. In addition to its wide selection of handmade designer dog tags, the company also offers other distinctive dog accessories, including custom leather dog collars, embroidered dog collars, designer dog collars, dog leashes, dog harnesses, dog apparel, dog beds, dog safety and health products, electronic bark collars, electronic dog training collars and many more high-quality accessories for dogs. Visit http://www.dogIDs.com or call 800-720-TAGS (8247) for more information.

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Costume Wearing Pooches to Take Over the Rack for Howl-o-ween Fest

Costume Wearing Pooches to Take Over the Rack for Howl-o-ween Fest










Boston, MA (PRWEB) September 28, 2006

You asked for it, so we are bringing it. SkyBark in association with the Rack’s Dog Day Afternoon is coming back! On October 19, 2006 beginning at 5:30pm, the dogs will come running and howling to our Howl-o-ween Festival at the Rack, located at 24 Clinton St in Faneuil Hall.

The innovative concept of SkyBark began with a simple premise of allowing people to enjoy the nightlife with their pets, and in doing so help support a great cause. Each event benefits a worthy local charity. The Howl-o-ween Fest will benefit the local Boston charity, the Animal Rescue League of Boston. This charity is a non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing domesticated animals and wildlife from suffering, cruelty, abandonment, and neglect. Since 1899 the League has advocated the philosophy of its founder, Anna Harris Smith, that “kindness uplifts the world”.

Located on five campuses in Boston, Dedham, Brewster and Pembroke, the League offers critical programs and services to the hundreds of communities in Massachusetts. The League also maintains a low cost mobile spay/neuter clinic – The Spay Waggin’ – to assist with pet overpopulation as well as a summer day camp in Cataumet, on Cape Cod. Helping animals and people for over 107 years, the League aims to be the leader among animal welfare organizations in providing rescue and law enforcement services and promoting a compassionate and responsible attitude towards all living beings.

In order to help achieve this goal of the Animal Rescue League, SkyBark in association with the Rack will sponsor a Howl-o-ween Festival for all the local pet owners and doggies in the neighborhood. The event will feature a dog bar with dogtinis and treats, special goodie bags for the first 200 people, a doggie costume show, music, a silent auction, special guests, and more! Some of the fabulous items being auctioned off include designer pet fashions by Donald J. Pliner, Oscar Newman, and FabDog, as well as other items which will be listed on the event website a couple of weeks before the event. As always, PETaPOTTY, an indoor lawn toilet system, will sponsor indoor dog potty areas for your dog to do his or her bathroom duties.

The event will be located at The Rack (24 Clinton Street Boston, MA) and will begin at 5:30p.m. The event will be open to all ages until 7pm and then after that 21+ only. You may purchase your admission to the event presale by visiting http://www.skybark.com and clicking purchase tickets or calling 213-891-1722. Tickets are $ 10 per adult and $ 5 per child (under 15) pre-sale; door prices are $ 15 per adult and $ 10 per child. For this event all pooches will be allowed in free of charge! We will also be giving away a great little gift bag for the best dressed pooch! We hope to see you and your pooch there.

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Teaching Your Dog to Sit

Basic Training, Part 1 – Teaching Your Dog to Sit

Having a well-mannered pet is the dream of every dog lover. However, dogs don’t come with instructions and they aren’t born knowing how to behave in every setting. Teaching your puppy or adult dog the basics of sitting, staying, and laying down not only keeps her safe if she’s outside in your yard, it also makes her a better companion when she’s at home in your house.

Basic training for your dog starts with you, and your willingness to work with your pet regularly.


How to Teach Your Dog to Sit

Place a leash or halter on your dog or puppy and make her stand on the ground in front of you. Step on the lead so that your hands are free and she is not able to run off.

Make sure all of your pet’s attention is focused on you by talking to her, calling her name, or holding one of her favorite toys in your hand.

When she is closely watching what you are doing, hold a doggy treat just out of reach of her nose so that she is tilting her head slightly back to look at the treat.

As your dog looks at the treat, say “Sit” in a firm, but kind, tone and move the treat toward her forehead so that she is forced to sit back on her haunches.

If she sits, immediately give your dog the treat and praise her, petting her for good behavior. If she chooses to grab for the treat, move the hand holding the treat behind your back and use your other hand to make her stand quietly in front of you again.

You may need to gently push down on her haunches to show her what to do several times before she understands. 

Repeat placing the treat in front of her nose and saying “Sit” until she accomplishes the task several times in a row. Reward your dog and praise her immediately every time she sits on command.

As you train her to sit, gradually start removing the treat during sessions, using just your hand and voice commands. Eventually, you won’t need the treat at all to make your dog obey.

Don’t make your teaching sessions longer than 20 minutes at a time. Canine behavior experts for the ASPCA state that to train dogs for longer than 20 minutes causes them to lose their attention span and they won’t retain as much information as they do during shorter time periods.

Remember that training your dog or puppy is just like training a human baby. Your pet is going to make mistakes and there are going to be setbacks. Practicing patience, consistency, and kindness while working with your furry companion gives you the best chance for success. 

Next week, be sure to check back as we will post Part II of our Basic Training Series