Monthly Archives: October 2013

Feline Freedom Is the Best Gift on National Cat Day

By Roslyn McKenna, PetSafe Web Content Specialist Yesterday was National Cat Day! To celebrate, I decided to take my cat Lily for a walk so we could enjoy the nice fall weather together. She loves to be outside. When she’s … Continue reading

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Fright Night for Fido

By Michelle Mullins, CPDT-KA  Like about 70% of Americans, my family will celebrate Halloween this year. We love the treats, the decorations and the costumes! We dress up and hand out candy to all the trick-or-treaters and there is usually … Continue reading

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Customer Service Week Highlights

By Sarah Folmar, Brand Communications Specialist I’m going to start this blog off by writing about my first job at PetSafe. I wanted to be a part of this company so badly, and I had heard that the call center … Continue reading

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The World According to Cooper: Whooo’s in My Backyard?

By Stacie Greene, PetSafe Supply Chain Specialist I love fall.  I love it when it starts getting a little cooler outside.  I don’t like it when the days start getting shorter. There is less time to go to the park … Continue reading

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2013 Paw Print Blogger Summit

By Sarah Folmar, Brand Communications Specialist We make sure to have a great time at work. I remember being completely blown away by all of the fun activities PetSafe offers at the office. We bring our dogs to work, so … Continue reading


Treating Without Tricking Your Dog

by Toni Gibson-Mark, KPA-CTP It’s the season of treats!  Halloween is the time when people dress up in funny costumes and run around collecting all different kinds of treats.  Why do we keep doing it year after year?  Because it’s … Continue reading

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Celebrate National Feral Cat Day!

By Jim Tedford, Director of Animal Welfare Initiatives and Alliances fe·ral [feer-uhl]  adjective 1.existing in a natural state, as animals or plants; not domesticated or cultivated; wild. 2.having reverted to the wild state, as from domestication: a pack of feral dogs roaming the woods. In most every city, town and village one would not have to try too hard to find colonies of cats living outdoors.  Check around … Continue reading

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Winter Preparations for Your In-Ground Fence

By Sarah Folmar, Brand Communication Specialist Remember the story of the grasshopper (or was it a squirrel?) who goofed off all summer while the ant (or was it a chipmunk?) stored up food for winter? Well, this year let’s all … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget the Dogs: Treating the Whole Family

 By Sarah Folmar, Brand Communication Specialist My dogs were always spoiled. We got Sheeba during college, which meant she went everywhere with us. Festivals, parades or back home to visit the parents. Tyson came into our lives two years later … Continue reading

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If These Dogs Could Talk… You Wouldn’t Need PetSafe

By Robin Hawn Rhea, Senior Brand Manager  If our pets could talk they could tell us what they need. Since our conversation with them is only a monologue, we need the products that we use with our pets to be … Continue reading

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