Monthly Archives: September 2011

10 Ways To Make Your Cat Happy

September celebrates Happy Cat Month. Yep, that’s right, there’s a whole month dedicated to making your furry feline happy. To celebrate, I thought I’d share the CATalyst Council’s 10 tips to ensure your cat is happy and healthy this month. … Continue reading

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Take The Lead With Your Dog

Take the Lead With Your Dog Managing your dog on a leash (or lead) is the best way to protect him from harm. You can control him from running into a busy street – prevent others from feeling frightened or … Continue reading

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The Year of the Whippet

By Carey McNamara – Brand Manager  All photography courtesy of Carey McNamara         Forward: General truths about whippets. I read several books before deciding on this breed. Here are some things I picked up: Whippets are … Continue reading

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These Dogs Sure Have Team Spirit

What do a majestic eagle, a ferocious tiger, a bold knight and a fighting artichoke have in common? They’re all university mascots! While some of these may be wise, and some a bit silly, mascots have come to represent the … Continue reading

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There’s No Shame In Talking To Your Dog

By Stacie Greene, PetSafe Supply Chain Specialist PetSafe is a safe haven for pet lovers.  Most of the time we greet dogs before we greet their people and everyone seems to be more than okay with that.  For years I … Continue reading

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Healing Hands Require More than Medicine

By Sherrie Yuschak RVT, VTS (Behavior) Does the veterinary technician handling your fearful or rambunctious pet know how to effectively give necessary medical treatment with as little stress to your pet as possible? He/she would if they are a participating … Continue reading

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How To Train Your Dog To Your New Containment System

Congratulations on your new PetSafe containment system! Proper training of your pet is essential to the success of your PetSafe fence. Have fun with your pet throughout the training process. Training should be fun, fair, firm and consistent. While we … Continue reading

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