I just wanted to let everyone know that Kurgo is offering International Assistance Dog Week supporters a 30% off coupon code they can use to shop at www.kurgo.com.
By using the coupon code, SX4A9ED, you’ll not only get a great discount, you’ll help support IADW. A portion of the proceeds from purchases made with the special IADW coupon code will be donated to International Assistance Dog Week.
For those of you who may not be familiar with International Assistance Dog Week, it was created in 2009 to recognize all the devoted, hardworking assistance dogs helping individuals mitigate their disability related limitations. You can read more about the annual event at www.assistancedogweek.org.
A company who is committed to providing high-quality dog products, Kurgo also is committed to social responsibility. Over the past few years Kurgo Products has been making donations to nonprofit organizations around the country. These charities are working hard to give humans and pets alike, a positive chance at life.
Kurgo’s mission is to help dogs and their owners get out and enjoy an active lifestyle together. This ambition has guided them to develop award-winning products that make this simple joy in life effortlessly fun.
Many of the Kurgo products are designed for dogs and humans on the go, and make traveling with you in your car or van safer and more convenient. They also have pet bowls, collars, dog beds and so much more.
Check out the Kurgo products at www.kurgo.com, use the coupon code, SX4A9ED, and get 30% off your purchase while helping to support IADW.
Please share this information with all your friends on your websites and Facebook. Thanks for helping to support International Assistance Dog Week!
Most service dogs come with the basic equipment that they will need to do their jobs such as a backpack, harness, identification patch, etc. Every service dog agency is different and each agency has a different set of tools and equipment that they provide to each recipient. When I got my first service dog, she came with a backpack that included an identification patch, two bowls, a toothbrush, a nail clipper, and some other assorted items. It reminded me of the items a new mother would receive in a hospital welcome basket.
However, as time goes on and your relationship evolves with your service dog, the need may arise for additional items. For example, my first service dog’s backpack had pockets on each side. The pack was bulky and we would get stuck sometimes going through tight spaces. I looked around for alternative backpacks and was thrilled to find several providers that could accommodate our specific needs.
Over the years, I have turned to such providers as www.wolfpacks.com, www.petjoyonline.com, and www.twotuttlesfourpaws.com for service dog equipment and accessories. With the internet, service dog team members can find quality equipment that goes beyond the welcome basket of items that they receive when they are first placed with their dog.
As the service and working dog industry grows, service dog recipients will have more volume and higher quality options for their service dog equipment and supply needs. Their dogs can find all types of gadgets and devices that can provide for easier travel, grooming, healthier treats, easier public access, and for an overall higher quality of life and care.