Author Archives: Robin Rhea

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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The Taming of the Zoo: Managing a Multi-Pet Household

By Robin Hawn Rhea, Senior Brand Manager Benefits of a multi-pet menagerie are…many. In fact, 42% of pet owning households in the U.S. have multiple pets. Why are we all finding ourselves with herds of pets? Pets just seem to … 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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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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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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“Little Dog” Syndrome – Reducing Big Dog Anxiety in Smaller Dogs

 By Toni Gibson-Mark, KPA-CTP Small dogs can be some of the most amazing dogs!  However, sometimes people associate little dogs with certain undesirable behaviors, such as yappy barking, ankle biting, cowering when people approach, or increased aggression when approaching their … Continue reading

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The Ruff Life of a PetSafe Dog

By Sarah Folmar, Brand Communications Specialist Work. Career. Job. Call it what you will, but not everyone can enjoy braving that morning traffic and making sure the piping hot coffee stays in its special “I Love Pugs” mug. The same old … Continue reading

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Post Bark For Your Park – When the Barking Subsides, the REAL barking begins

By Robin Hawn Rhea, Senior Brand Manager One month after Bark For Your Park and we are still COMPLETELY BLOWN AWAY by incredible and intense amount of “barking” and spirit that communities create during Bark For Your Park. Congratulations to … Continue reading

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The World According to Cooper – Cookie Competition

By Stacie Greene,  PetSafe Supply Chain Specialist You know there is nothing wrong with a little competition. One of my buddies at work, Bruiser, and I compete for cookies from all of our human co-workers every day. I really don’t think … Continue reading

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Pet Obesity: The #1 Nutritional Disease in Pets

Guest post from Dr. Patrick Mahaney, VMD You may not even realize it, but your companion canine or feline could be pushing the upper limits of a healthy body weight. Carrying extra weight can cause mild to severe health concerns. The … Continue reading

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