Monthly Archives: July 2012

Do you need a dog park?

By Jim Tedford, Director of Animal Affairs and Alliances If someone told you there is a place other than a gym where you can get healthier and happier, you would get there as quickly as possible, right? In many communities … Continue reading

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Three Most Common Dog Allergies

    By Dr. Jessica Vogelsang for The Dog Daily Spend any amount of time in a veterinarian’s waiting room, and one sight will be sure to greet you on a consistent basis: a dog perched on his haunches, merrily … Continue reading

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I am proud to introduce to you: Chaos!

Let me start off by saying, my dog Sadie is a pretty well-trained dog.  I am a trainer, so Sadie and I are always working together.  She walks well on leash, she avoids problem behaviors, and we’ve got a pretty … Continue reading

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How Training Saves Lives

Guest Post by Aimee Sadler, Director Training & Behavior at Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation She was one of the first “problem children” I met when I began my work at the Longmont Humane Society in 2005. Santa Maria was affectionate … Continue reading

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Containment Tips from the Pros

By Andrick Buggs, PetSafe Video Coordinator When Radio Systems, PetSafe’s parent company, started in 1991, do-it-yourself containment was one of our first product categories. In the last 20+ years, we have been working to make installation and pet training even … Continue reading

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How to Help Your Pet Be More Independent

By Natalie Lester, PetSafe Brand Marketing Specialist When the U.S. gained its freedom from Great Britain some 236 years ago, we had a real reason to celebrate. We were finally free to make legislation and decisions as the majority saw … Continue reading

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Keeping your pets safe this week!

The past few weeks have been tough for people and their pets.  In many areas of the country, the heat has been extremely uncomfortable, the storms have been loud, the power goes out, leaving many without air conditioning, and we’ve … Continue reading

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Do fireworks make your pet nervous?

By Natalie Lester, PetSafe Brand Marketing Specialist As you prepare your grand fireworks finale for your July 4th celebration, remember to consider your dog’s reaction to the sparkly, but noisy, big show. The constant loud noise, rumbling and bright lights … Continue reading

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