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Itzadog partners with Guide Dogs For The Blind
Itzadog announced this week a new partnership with Guide Dogs for the Blind. Established in 1942, Guide Dogs for the Blind provides enhanced mobility to qualified individuals through partnership with dogs whose unique skills are developed and nurtured by dedicated volunteers and a professional staff.

As a part of this new partnership, Itzadog will donate a Quiet Spot Pet Tag Silencer to every Guide Dogs for the Blind Guide Dog upon graduation and placement with their new partner. Among the many benefits of using Quiet Spot, perhaps the most important to assistance dogs is the ability to remain unnoticed and unmolested by loose and potentially aggressive dogs. "By not attracting any unwanted attention from other dogs, an assistance dog can remain focused on their job," stated Itzadog founder Scott Schaible. "The main reason dogs bark and charge the fence when you walk with your dog is because they HEAR the jingling tags," he continued.

According to Guide Dogs for the Blind, there has been an increase in the number of attacks upon guide dogs in recent history. When a loose dog attacks an assistance dog, in addition to being a very traumatic experience for everyone involved, the assistance dog oftentimes is unable to resume official guide responsibilities and must be retired. Quiet Spot helps assistance dogs to blend in and go unnoticed by potentially aggressive dogs as well as humans who don't realize that they should not pet or distract a working dog.

Other benefits of Quiet Spot include a genuine 3M Scotchlite (tm) reflective treatment for safer walking after dark, and the product keeps the important information on dog tags from wearing off.

For more information about Guide Dogs for the Blind visit

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Itzadog, LLC
191 University Blvd., #316
Denver, Co 80206
Phone: 1-800-961-2364
Fax: 303-322-6118
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