Dog Milkers! We have a very, very, VERY exciting announcement to make today. Remember our post about the Donation by Design tags from blanketID? The ones where designers create a tag and a portion of the sales goes to the designer’s charity of choice? Yeah, that one! Well, we’ve been sitting on this info for a little while now, so you can imagine our excitement at finally being able to spill the beans. Drum roll, please…
We are thrilled to introduce the Dog Milk Donation by Design Collection for blanketID!
There aren’t enough exclamation marks in the world to adequately express how stoked we are about this. Seriously. So, want to hear more about our collaboration? Read on!
The Donation by Design collection is a new project from the fine folks at blanketID. It’s a simple but brilliant idea: There are a lot of animal-loving, creative people out there who would love to help and use their talents for the greater good. So, blanketID asked them to create a design for a tag and donate it, along with a choice of charity that’s close to their heart.
The following post is brought to you by blanket ID. We’re very paw-ticular about our partners and only feature those we think are top dog.
In the nightmare situation where your furry friend is lost – or even worse – stolen, it’s so important to act quickly. When you store vital information and a photo of your pet at blanket ID, you can send that information in an immediate ‘Missing Pet’ broadcast to local shelters, animal hospitals, rescues, SPCA locations, and other blanket ID members in your area. You can also print your own lost/stolen pet posters and, when your pet is notified as found using a smartphone, you can receive a GPS map and driving instructions to that location.
Great for travelling with your best friend, these tags always look great and you can change your details at any time for free so that your information is never out of date. Currently, every blanket ID tag sold raises money for the Blanket Fund for Animals, but now you can choose your own rescue to receive donations from your membership. Now, every year you’ll be giving back to a rescue close to your heart — how cool is that? (Looking good in the park is just a bonus!)
Bonus Holiday Offer: Follow this link to get a special coupon – with 41 designs to choose from it’s easy to find the perfect one! Please join blanket ID on Facebook to catch up on all the latest!
I get so excited when I hear that two of my favorite brands are collaborating. This time, it’s blanketID and Mascot, who worked together to create a specially-designed range of ID tags that have the security of blanketID and the luck and charm of Mascot. The tags are available through blanketID and Mascot and various retailers.
BlanketID has released new tag designs for 2011 in bright, colorful modern graphic styles as well as a brand new program targeted to help local animal charities.
blanketID has released their new ID tag summer designs — pink and green with flower and leaf motifs. I love that if you look closely at the camouflage one you will see that it’s actually butterflies!
I have to admit, I have not invested in any tracking devices for my dog. I do have those $8 collar tags on each dog with their name a phone number in case of emergency. However, I’ve often wondered if I should make the extra investment in a special ID tag.
blanketID is a special 15mm x 25mm tag that is individual to your pet. You purchase a tag, then go on to the blanketID website to add details and photos of your pets under your unique blanketID tag number. It’s waterproof, scratch-proof, and lightweight fitting right on your dog’s collar like a name tag. Plus, the designs sure beat those ugly metal tags from the machines.
If your pet gets lost, simply report your pet missing and blanketID.com automatically sends a broadcast email to local SPCA, animal hospitals, shelters, other local blanketID members. Everyone will be able to access a full description and photos of your pet. If you find a pet with a blanketID tag you can log on and enter its blanketID tag number to find its owner.
Have you ever considered a pet ID service such as this or do you use the standard tags you get from the “big box” pet store?