Monthly Archives: February 2013

Pet food: The good, the bad and the healthy

by Dr. Patrick Mahaney The majority of dogs and cats in the United States eat food and treats manufactured specifically for their particular species (i.e., dogs eat dog food and cats eat cat food). As a holistic veterinarian, I focus … Continue reading

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What we’ve been waiting 192 days to tell you

By Natalie Lester, Brand Communications Specialist Each time I’ve responded to a comment on the blog, question on our Facebook page, replied to a tweet on Twitter, or exchanged email with an inquisitive pet parent, one thing has been on … Continue reading

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The World According to Cooper: Let it snow

By Stacie Greene, PetSafe Supply Chain Specialist Hey everybody, it’s me Cooper! I’m sure that most of you are getting a touch of spring fever, especially if you live up north. I don’t have spring fever yet, but I do … Continue reading

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Can’t we all just get along? Getting dogs and cats to live happily ever after

By Roslyn Ayers, PetSafe Web Content Specialist When I first considered bringing a dog into our all-cat home, the first thing I was worried about was getting the cats used to a dog. None of our 4 cats had ever … Continue reading

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What toy is right for your pet?

By Natalie Lester, Brand Communications Specialist People have all sorts of preferences from clothes to food and beyond. Why do we expect dogs to be any different? After all, each pet has a unique personality of their own. Emma has … Continue reading

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How to love your pet unconditionally

By Natalie Lester, PetSafe Brand Communications Specialist Oh, Valentine’s Day. It seems you either love (pun intended) or hate it. Regardless of your feelings of the holiday, you have to admit – when you have a pet, every day is … Continue reading

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How do you celebrate a fur-iversary?

By Natalie Lester, PetSafe Brand Communications Specialist I can’t believe it has almost been a year since I entered the crazy world of pet ownership on my own. Sure, I’d had family pets growing up, but there were always other … Continue reading

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How to beat your pet’s winter boredom

By Toni Gibson, Training and Behavior Education Specialist Let’s face it, it has been down-right cold for parts of this winter. My dog, Sadie, and I already can’t wait for springtime to hit, and February isn’t over! I often see … Continue reading

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Fearful Dogs

By Toni Gibson-Mark Just like people, pets are afraid of certain things.  Vacuum cleaners, swimming, veterinary offices, and more—it’s easy to see that there are certain things that dogs are afraid of.  Unfortunately, some of these things are necessary in … Continue reading

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Training: The investment that always pays

By Jim Tedford, Director of Animal Welfare Initiatives and Alliances Let me start by admitting that my own dogs are not the most well-behaved you might ever encounter. Hopefully they are not the worst, either. They’re just loveable, spoiled dogs … Continue reading

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