About Us

Welcome to The ‘How-To’ Dog Blog, dogIDs’ latest venture in keeping the pet life interactive and fun outside of dog tags for pets. From training tutorials and nutrition to exercise and dog names – our site is jam-packed with all the information you’ll need to raise a happy, healthy dog.

The ‘How-To’ Dog Blog was created by the team at dogIDs, an online retailer of personalized dog products like dog ID tags. dogIDs develops and produces high quality pet ID tags and other products designed to enhance the lives and relationships of pets and their owners.

How Does It Work?

We’ve talked with some of the best-known dog experts out there and collaborated to write awesome, how-to articles for dog owners. Our content is based on the real life experiences for people just like you, that truly love their dogs!

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This information-packed dog blog is about more than creating awareness for pet training and nutrition or spreading our love of personalized dog tags for pets. It’s about building a community and writing the virtual book we’d like to read ourselves.

Are you an animal lover at heart? Join our community of like-minded “dogaholics” here at The ‘How-To’ Dog Blog by signing up for our newsletter, and talking posts that you like. Feel free to contact our writers if you have any ideas for topics you would like to read about.

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  1. Re: “What to Do If Your Dog Gets Lost”
    The article “What to Do If Your Dog Gets Lost” hit home with me. A few years back I found a cocker spaniel dog running as fast as she could following railroads tracks out on the edge of a Phoenix suburb in mid-summer. No tags or chip. She broke my heart & then stole my heart. You can imagine the shape she was in. I could tell she was someone’s long lost pet, as she had been well taken care of before the desert took its toll on her. I tried to find where she belonged to no avail. If only she had an id tag!!! It’s just so important.

    I am a professional pet caretaker and have enjoyed caring for other people’s most precious pets over the past 10 years. I’ve had pets of my own that have changed and molded my life to who I am today. I love writing about my experiences and the things I’ve learned over the years.

    Anyways, I would love to write a piece for blog.dogids.com and I have a couple of article ideas that I thought might spark your interest. They are the following:

    “Kama the Cocker Spaniel Who Survived the Arizona Desert”
    “Things You Should Know & Do to Prepare for Your Pet’s Caretaker

    Let me know if either of these is of interest to you and what editorial guidelines you might have. Once I get the go-ahead, I will get started and hopefully have something back to you within a few days. How does that sound? 

    Oh, and if either of these 2 topics doesn’t sound good, just let me know and I would be happy to work with you on finding one that does. 
    Thank you again for your time and I look forward to hearing back from you soon. 
    Stay safe.
    PS I sent a copy of this email to Hannah at dogids.com

  2. Hi,

    Hopefully you and your health is well,

    I have visited your site and I am interesting to working with you in respect of sponsored post,

    So, kindly let me know the price per post with do follow a link and also the price for in-content link placement in an existing post?

    Looking forward to your response. Thank you very much.


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    Pay attention to the ID tags, collars, harnesses, and leashes from WAUDOG. Very high quality products with interesting prints and patented products. They are sold on Amazon and at waudog with an affiliate commission of 15%.

    We can write for you an expert article.

    If you are interested, send me an e-mail


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