Yearly Archives: 2011

Doctor dogs: How our dogs can save our lives

By Natalie Lester, PetSafe Brand Marketing Specialist I don’t own a puppy, and that is a hard pill to swallow coming to work at PetSafe with everyone else’s pet everyday. I’m avidly searching for the perfect puppy, going back and … Continue reading

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Sugar, Spice and Everything Nice… except when it’s too much: Pet Diabetes advice

By Dean Vickers, Director of Animal Welfare Studies and Education at PetSafe We all want to make certain that our dogs live as healthy of a life as possible.  It is part of being a responsible pet owner.  In addition … Continue reading


Thanksgiving for the dogs

By Natalie Lester, PetSafe Brand Marketing Specialist Tomorrow you will probably be looking for a good way to store and get rid of the leftovers from your feast. You will also be really tempted to feed your dog from the … Continue reading


Tips for a Safe and Relaxing Holiday Season

by Michelle Mullins   Once again the time has flown by and the holiday season is upon us. I always look forward to the spending time with special friends and family including my wonderful pets. Having an attention seeking, counter … Continue reading

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Good and bad holiday foods

By Lindsey Hughes About this time every year most of us begin day dreaming about our favorite holiday treats. Images of succulent turkey, mounds of fresh mashed potatoes, heaps of casseroles and, of course, a never ending supply of pie … Continue reading

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Fan Photo Friday: Martin, Bella, Tully Mars, Suesse, Frannie

         We hope these and all our other fans have a great weekend. What are you planning to do to get ready for Thanksgiving next week?

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The World According to Cooper: Thanksgiving

By Stacie Greene, Supply Chain Specialist at PetSafe Hi everyone! It’s me, Cooper! First, I want to wish everyone a really happy Thanksgiving. My mom has been explaining Thanksgiving to me, and it sounds great! You see, this is my … Continue reading

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Using Training and Enrichment Tools For More Than Just Behavior

By Jacqueline Munera   For a cat lover like me, working with shelter cats is always a risk. I thought the walls around my heart were pretty solid, but Daphne really spoke to me. She had been brought to the … Continue reading

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Protect your puppy and the potluck: Thanksgiving pet proofing advice

By Lindsey Hughes, PetSafe Content Specialist It’s almost your pet’s favorite time of year! No, not summer. I’m talking about the holiday season. With Thanksgiving feasts just around the corner, we’re sure your pal’s mouth is already watering. Just think … Continue reading


5 Most Common Dog Behavior Problems: Barking

By Dean Vickers, Director of Animal Welfare Studies and Education at PetSafe As we know, dogs bark for a variety of reasons.  They may howl, whine, growl or outright bark.  There is nothing unusual about this. After all, they are … Continue reading