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"I love being able to look down at my Buddies’ knife and see my dog Eliza’s nose print. I adopted her from a shelter a few years ago and she is such a loving joyous dog who loves belly rubs and sharing food! Having the Buddies piece is like having her by my side all day long."
"I know that when I go back to the office after working from home for over a year, I will appreciate having my cat Mocha’s nose print with me all the time because it will be so hard to leave her at home for the work days! We adopted her from a shelter when she was three months old and she is just a tiny ball of love. She’s our second cat and just fit right in with the rest of the family."
"We adopted our little Izzy when we were volunteering at a shelter a few years ago. She was already a senior and had been abandoned at a shelter in another state, in bad shape. The vet fixed her up, said she was probably about ten years old, and we took her home and have been in love ever since! She’s really become my daughter’s dog so I got her a pendant with Izzy’s nose print on it, which she wears all of the time. It keeps them close, even though they’re almost inseparable already!"
"Our baby girl Athena is a rescue from our local shelter. Our son was asking for a dog and Athena has been his friend and confidant since the day we brought her home. He has a Buddies tag with a double of her nose and paw print on it and keeps it attached to his backpack so she’s always with him."
"We've had our lab Tazz since he was three months old, his litter was dumped by the side of the road in southern Wisconsin and we adopted him from a rescue organization. My kids were small at the time, and grew up with him; he has always been a part of them. Now that he is older he's starting to slow down a bit and the kids enjoy just being able to sit and pet and spoil him. I bought them dog tags from Buddies with Tazz's nose print, and they love being able to keep the tags with them, to keep a little bit of their buddy with them even when they're away at school and not able to see him every day."