Finding new friends at the dog park! #dogcollarcharms

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With summer vacation just starting, the kids are getting bored quickly! We love to head to the park to play, snack, and watch the dogs in the dog park. I have a dog that does not play well with others so we stopped taking her when we go but the kids are such huge animal lovers that we always have to stop in and watch everyone ELSE’S dogs enjoying their day out with friends! We recently got the chance to work with to review their beautiful handmade and personalized dog collar charms. We received one to keep for ourself and 2 to share with others. The process of making the charm is amazingly easy! Just head to and follow the easy instructions on uploading your photo and choosing a border. Check out and wait a few days…they will show up in your mailbox!

After we chose the one we wanted to keep, we grabbed the other two and headed over to the dog park to share with others! People were a little curious at first as to why I was giving away these beautiful tags! I think they expected me to ask for money! But, they were really impressed with the quality and were very happy to get a little bit of bling for their furry companions!

I mentioned to the people at the park that they could upload their own pictures of family members to the charms if they wanted to make one that was a little more personal. I used clip art for the ones that I was giving away. They thought that was a really unique concept!

My thanks to for allowing me to review their dog charms! If you want to learn more about them, you can check them out on Facebook and Twitter!

You can also check out my ThisMoment story once the website is back up and running! It will show you the whole process I went through and you can see my own little fur kid with her new dog tag!

Disclosure: This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias  All opinions expressed here are mine and mine alone.

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