Monthly Archives: November 2012

Dog Heroes in Need of Homes

By Deborah Kandoll for Exceptional Canine Military working dogs (MWDs) are the unsung four-legged heroes of our armed services. Every day, these amazing dog heroes put their lives on the line, on patrol and on specialized drug and explosive detection … Continue reading

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How do you and your pet give thanks?

By Natalie Lester, PetSafe Brand Marketing Specialist At Thanksgiving last year, I wrote about how to protect your pet from the different areas and potential danger in your home during the holidays. I remember thinking how exciting it would be … Continue reading

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Brilliant Pet Halloween Photo Contest Winners

Congratulations to Bob Marley, the cat, and his human companion, Debbie M.  Bob & Debbie won a ScoopFree Ultra and a 6-pack of ScoopFree premium blue litter tray refills for submitting this picture of Bob in his Hawaiian grass skirt … Continue reading

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Holiday DIY – Homemade Pet Treats

HEALTHY HOLIDAY TREATS FOR YOUR DOGS & CATS ‘Tis the season to feast!  But while you are indulging on home cooked meals and family fun in the kitchen, don’t forget about your pets!  This holiday season, experiment with some pet … Continue reading

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5 Reasons You Should Appreciate Your Animal Shelter

By Jim Tedford, Director of Animal Welfare Initiatives and Alliances We are in the midst of a very important week. By the time you are reading this post, the US presidential election will be in the history books. Hope things … Continue reading

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My name is Sadie and I approve this message

To my fellow dogs and cats of America, my name is Sadie and I am running for President of the United States of America.  If you elect me, here are the things I would like for our future living in … Continue reading

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Chew on this: Doggie Destruction Woes

By Natalie Lester, PetSafe Brand Marketing Specialist When you adopt a puppy, you have to be prepared to possibly say good bye to your favorite pair of shoes or a comfy pillow. Why? Because dogs tend to chew and they … Continue reading

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Fight Dog Cancer

  By Rose Springer for The Dog Daily Aimee Quemuel, a writer based in Ventura, Calif., did not know a thing about canine cancer when her 11-year-old golden retriever, Cody, was diagnosed with hemangiosarcoma (a cancer originating in the lining … Continue reading

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