Monthly Archives: August 2012

12:30 meeting- puppy class!

This is the final part in the series of my experience fostering a litter of 7 puppies.  The puppies are about 6 weeks old now, and I will be continuing to socialize them until they are 8-10 weeks old and … Continue reading

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Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks

By Laura Potts, Digital Marketing Specialist We all know you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, right? Actually that isn’t true. But even I believed that saying when it came to my two older dogs Ellie and Lincoln. Like … Continue reading


How does your dog learn?

By Natalie Lester, PetSafe Brand Marketing Specialist When I adopted a puppy four short months ago, I had some basic dog training instruction but no more than the average pet owner. I knew Emma’s training needed to start immediately. One … Continue reading


The World According to Cooper: My Mom Thinks I’m Human

By Stacie Green, PetSafe Supply Chain Specialist Hi everybody! It’s me Cooper. I have a secret to share with you. I am pretty sure my mom thinks I am human. Boy, I hope she doesn’t read this month’s blog. She … Continue reading


Part 4 of the series- Welcome to the world!

This blog is Part 4 in the series that I am writing about my experience fostering a Momma and her littler of 7.  I’ve written previously about building my relationship with Momma in Welcome Home! and Momma, My BFF, and about … Continue reading

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Back to School Barking

By Natalie Lester, Brand Marketing Specialist August is here and for so many families, this means the summer is coming to an end and the school year is just around the corner. It seems programed into our minds, but our … Continue reading


How to Save on Veterinarian Bills

  By Tracy Libby for The Dog Daily When dog owner Melody Peterson’s bull terrier, Shasta, ate Peterson’s carpet, the veterinary bill set the Bend, Oregon resident back $1,800. That’s the good news. The bad news is that subsequent veterinary … Continue reading