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A True Story About A Dog Named Baby

This true story of a three-legged white poodle named Baby and the inspiration for hope of dogs everywhere. Andy Rooney once said, “The average dog is a nicer person than the average person.”

Reminderband Inc had the honor in making some silicone wristbands to help bring awareness about cruelty in the dog breeding industry. This heart wrenching story about how Baby endured a nine year ordeal at a puppy mill. Her vocal cords cut, so that her cries could not be heard and one of her legs had to be amputated due to the abuse she encountered. Jana Kohl is an author and is now the new owner of this beautiful dog named Baby. For more information, please visit Jana’s website at

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Sergeant Merlin German

How do you repay the many men and women who fight for our freedom every day? They sacrifice so much in order for us to have the freedom and liberty that we all enjoy. Reminderband Inc had the opportunity of making silicone wristbands in honor of Sergeant Merlin German.

Merlin was born in Manhattan, New York on Nov 15th, 1985. On January 21st, 2005, Sergeant German’s squad was on a mission enroute from Jordan to Baghdad, when he saw an IED while standing in the turret. His humvee was hit by a gas-fed charge explosive and Sergeant German was burned over 97% of his body. He had endured about 100 surgeries and much pain before he died on April 11th 2008. His courage and great attitude will be missed by all who knew him. He fought his personal battle for nearly three years, but died while recovering from his last surgery.

Merlin loved children and started a foundation to assist burned children and their families. It was his dream to grant these families with their wish. To donate or read more about this information, go to