Monthly Archives: April 2012

How To Make A Go Kit For Your Pets

By Jo Ellen Cimmino What is a “Go Kit” and why do I need one? A Go Kit is a mini survival kit for your pet in case disaster should strike, and you can’t access your regular supplies you may … Continue reading

1 Comment

Can I see your ID?

By Jim Tedford, Director of Animal Affairs and Alliances Many years ago, a friend and colleague in animal welfare shared with me information on a promotional campaign encouraging pet owners to put identification on their pets. I don’t recall all … Continue reading

2 Comments

Charlie loves his containment system – what about your pet?

By Andrick Buggs, PetSafe Video Coordinator When you become a pet owner, your number one priority becomes keeping your pet safe and sometimes pets can come under the most harm in our own back yards. That was definitely the case … Continue reading

Leave Comment

Are you doing all you can to protect your cat?

By Natalie Lester, PetSafe Brand Marketing Specialist We often hear great success stories about our containment products from dog owners. They were, after all, our company’s first product nearly 21 years ago. However, some consumers aren’t always aware we make … Continue reading

6 Comments

The Truth About Hairballs

By Roslyn Ayers, PetSafe Web Content Specialist Every cat owner knows the warning sound of the Hairball Hack: hack, gulp, hack, gulp, hack– ker-pluh. Cats keep clean by licking themselves, ingesting some fur in the process. While most of the … Continue reading

6 Comments

Premier's Scavenger Hunt Challenge

Are you ready?!   I’d like to invite all fans of Premier Pet Products to participate in a special challenge! In this week’s blog, I’d like to challenge each of you, our faithful readers, to find one snapshot listed in … Continue reading

Leave Comment

Control Your Pet’s Weight With Food

  By Brad Kloza for The Dog Daily According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, an estimated 45 percent of all dogs in the U.S. are overweight or obese. Luckily, there are food choices, based on good science, that … Continue reading

1 Comment

5 Ways You and Your Pet Can Go Green

By Laura Potts, Digital Marketing Specialist at PetSafe Today more than 170 countries will come together today to appreciate Mother Earth and raise awareness on how we can all do more for the environment. While we humans can do our … Continue reading

Leave Comment

Play that Trains Your Puppy

By Susan Hoffman for Exceptional Canine Playing with your puppy is a no-brainer, right? Your irresistible bundle of furry energy is willing to frolic with you at a moment’s notice. Puppy play is instinctive. It harkens back to the time … Continue reading

1 Comment

Is it all fun and games? Find out if your pet is a good playmate.

By Natalie Lester, Brand Marketing Specialist One of my favorite things about my Boykin Spaniel puppy, Emma, (and any other dog for that matter) are their constant playful attitudes. Nothing brings my heart as much joy as watching Emma hop … Continue reading

8 Comments