Monthly Archives: September 2013

PetSafe Sponsors K9 Cancer Walk

By Sarah Folmar, Brand Communications Specialist On Sunday, September 22, 2013, PetSafe had the incredible opportunity to sponsor the K9 Cancer Walk in Knoxville, TN. The annual event raises money to benefit Morris Animal Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to … Continue reading

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Behind The Camera

  By Andrick Buggs, PetSafe Video Coordinator   Like most people, growing up I often wondered what I wanted to do with my life. Did I want to be a doctor, fireman policeman etc.? Of course! Most kids do! I … Continue reading

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Opening New Doors with Your Pets

  By Robin Hawn Rhea, Senior Brand Manager Every day we receive emails, calls tweets, pictures and posts from enthusiastic pet owners that have a great experience with our products. Of course, we love to hear great things from our … Continue reading

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Get Paid Back in Kisses and Tail Wags

By Jim Tedford, Director of Animal Welfare Initiatives and Alliances I saw a t-shirt recently that read:  “Whoever said ‘money can’t buy love’ never had a dog!”  There is definitely some truth to that statement.   The fee you might pay … Continue reading

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Senior Years: Saying Goodbye to Schuyler

By Sarah Folmar, Brand Communications Specialist   I was eight when my brother found the $1.75 dog in the paper. My mother knew there just happened to be an ink blot on the page, but she didn’t have the heart … Continue reading

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The World According to Cooper: I’m a STAR!

By Stacie Greene, PetSafe Supply Chain Specialist   Hey everyone!  I hope you have had a great summer.  I sure have, and I have been super busy.  A few months ago I told you that my picture was going to … Continue reading

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PetSafe Names Editor in Chief of Paw Print Blog

By Robin Hawn Rhea, Senior Brand Manager I have the great privilege of teaching a class on Presentation Skills as a part of our internal continuing education program here at PetSafe. My students and I share a good bit about … Continue reading

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New Uses for Pet Doors with Cats and Dogs

By Roslyn McKenna When I first got my dog, Doc, my cats were furious. While they don’t exactly enjoy his company now, they tolerate having him in the house now and have mostly pleasant interactions. Now that they’re getting along, … Continue reading

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PTSD and Pets: Finding Comfort in Our Furry Friends

By Sarah Folmar, Brand Communications Specialist Patriot Day began in the United States after the attacks on September 11, 2001. Our nation had a chance to honor the victims of terrorism, as well as the brave men and women who … Continue reading

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Senior Pet Pain Management

Guest post from Dr. Patrick Mahaney, VMD As our pets age, they become more likely to suffer from joint pain. Common adult and geriatric disease conditions include arthritis, which is painful joint inflammation, and degenerative joint disease, a progression of chronic … Continue reading

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