Monthly Archives: May 2012

Nothing like a Mother’s Love

I’ve often been grossed out by things I see mothers do for their human children. The spit-up after a bottle or wiping the ever gooey nose usually makes me a wee-bit-queasy, and anyone I have ever discussed the matter with … Continue reading

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Can’t Keep Up? Maintain Your Pet’s Eating Schedule with These 3 Tips

As a pet owner, the easiest way to show your pet how much you love them is to provide a balanced diet in healthy portions on a regularly timed schedule. More than likely, if your dog or cat is anything … Continue reading

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Do you protect your pet from the dangerous spots in your house and yard?

By Andrick Buggs, PetSafe Video Coordinator Sometimes there are areas of your home or yard that aren’t safe for your pet, like the trash can in your kitchen, the pool out back, or the landscaping in front of your house … Continue reading

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A Place of Healing

By Michelle Mullins, CPDT-KA   Whether it is from sudden, traumatic illness/injury or from a slower, expected loss due to age, the loss of a pet is a terrible experience.  The grief over it is often overwhelming and can be … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned from Presidential Dogs

  By Elizabeth Wasserman for The Dog Daily In the White House, they play howl to the chief. They are presidential dogs — the most common presidential pets. Throughout history, U.S. presidents have had faithful companions living with them at … Continue reading

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How safe is your pet in a parked car?

By Jim Tedford, Director of Animal Affairs and Alliances I grew up in the South where heat and humidity are a way of life. Back in those days, many cars came equipped with snazzy vinyl upholstery. It looked good (at … Continue reading

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All Pets are Special: Living with Disabled Pets

  By Roslyn Ayers, PetSafe Web Content Specialist As a pet parent, you’ve taken on the wonderful responsibility of caring for your pet for all of their days. Even when they have an accident in the house or cough up … Continue reading

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