Monthly Archives: August 2012

What would your dog name you?

Dog names graphic produced by Matt Beswick for Pet365. Click here to view the original post.


An Unexpected Guest

By Jon Cornwell, Point of Purchase Manager Have you ever had one of those days that didn’t go the way you had planned? Well, for my wife, Kristi, and I, that day came a few Saturday’s ago–July 28th to be … Continue reading


The secrets to success in housetraining

Training your dog to eliminate outside or in an appropriate indoor area is one of the most important behaviors on an owners list. Elimination is a normal and rewarding behavior for your dog. I have to “go” is followed by … Continue reading

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Can a ride save a life?

By Jim Tedford, Director of Animal Welfare Initiatives and Alliances The atmosphere is electric with the anticipation of 30+ volunteers, half of whom are PetSafe associates, waiting to see who will be on the next truck coming in from New … Continue reading

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National Dog Day Do’s and Don’ts

  By Kim Boatman for The Dog Daily National Dog Day on August 26 offers the opportunity to celebrate not only your pooch, but also dogs everywhere. While National Dog Day founder Colleen Paige worked as a paramedic in Los … Continue reading


Innovation Station: Who invents your pet’s products?

By the PetSafe Innovation Team August is Inventor’s Month and we’re lucky to have an entire team dedicated to Innovation at Radio Systems Corporation, makers of the PetSafe Brand. We receive hundreds of product ideas each year, and the Innovations … Continue reading


"I quit!" How to save yourself and your dog from your own training mistakes

Starting a diet can be a lot like training a dog.  Sounds funny, right?  This might not seem to relate to dog training at first, but let’s explore this example.  You start your diet on Monday.  You’re excited, you stock … Continue reading

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Breed All About It: A Face Only A Mother Could Love

By Robin Rhea, Senior PetSafe Brand Manager You either love ‘em or hate ‘em – those dogs with smushed in faces known as Brachys or Brachycephalic (meaning short head) breed dogs. These short-snouted breeds include Pugs, Boston Terriers, Pekingese, Boxers, … Continue reading

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A Beginner’s Guide to Fostering Pets

By Roslyn Ayers, PetSafe Web Content Specialist Fostering animals is many things to many people. You might have found a stray dog who needs to stay in your fenced-in backyard for a few days. Maybe your local shelter has asked … Continue reading


Teaching a New Dog Old Tricks

By Natalie Lester, PetSafe Brand Marketing Specialist Shortly after I got Emma and attended Michelle Mullins’, CPDT-KA, dog training class to understand how my dog learns, I felt I was really ready to begin teaching my new puppy a few … Continue reading