2012 Best of the Best posts

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It’s been a great year on the PetSafe blog. We can’t wait to celebrate 2013 with our readers.

By Natalie Lester, PetSafe Brand Communications Specialist

This year has been a great year for Petsafe, and we hope each of our readers have had a fabulous 2012 too! We’re gearing up for 2013 to be even better and hope pet parents everywhere will join with us to have even safer and happier pets. But, before we kick off the New Year, we thought we’d look back at the 12 best posts from 2012.

January: Can we really trust remote trainers?

February: 3 Reasons you should “fix” your pet

March: 10 Translated Barks: Know what your dog is saying

April: Is it all fun and games? Find out if your pet is a good playmate

May: Cat therapy: Why pets are good for your health

June: 10 Boredom busters for kids and pets

July: 8 Reasons why you should foster animals

August: Can a ride save a life?

September: Up in the gym, Mabel’s working on her fitness

October: 13 Reasons to love black cats

November: Thankful for dog poop

December: Pet holiday survival guide

Did you have a favorite post this year? If so, is it on our list? Share it in the comment section. Also, be sure to tell us if you and your pet have set a new year’s resolution together. See you in 2013!


As the PetSafe Brand Communications Specialist, Natalie manages the PetSafe brand across multiple social and content sites, including The Paw Print blog, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. She also generates other brand related content including product information for retailers, video scripts, and public relations. Before PetSafe, Natalie worked in the local media covering politics, education, and religion. Natalie’s puppy, Emma, spends almost as much time in the office as she does.


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2 Responses to 2012 Best of the Best posts

  1. houndstooth says:

    That’s a great list of posts! :)

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