Enjoy our fluffy friends' happy stories.
Our story is about the dog Ada, who returned home thanks to caring people and a QR pet ID tag. Let's go!
"This morning, a woman brought our four-legged friend home!" - told us the Ada`s pet owners.
"Her words described Ada, who had been lost recently, walking near the school and scaring everyone around her with her formidable appearance - she is not a small dog.
The woman who rescued her used to work with dogs, so she was able to contact her and scan Ada's QR code. That's how the woman found out our number and address. By the way, we bought the QR pet ID tag just a week earlier, as if we felt something .
Unfortunately, we didn't hear the phone, because the sound was turned off - a small child is sleeping at home, and we put the phones on silent mode at night. Our address is not even listed in online maps.
So, she called Ada by nickname and told her to go home.
This is how our fluffy friend Ada returned to us. Thanks to Animal ID and brave woman."
Different cases happen, friends. Don't forget about the safety of your pets - identify them and stay together.
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