Category Archives: Guest Blogger

The Health Benefits of Pets to the Aging

By Jackie Roberts, Guest Blog from 1800PetMeds You may know friends or family who suffered empty nest syndrome after their children grew up and left home. They probably found other ways to keep busy, most likely with activities they didn’t … Continue reading

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Q & A with Pet Access

If you’re a frequent visitor of this blog, you know we share a lot of our pet ownership stories, animal welfare support, creative training advice, customer care of our products and so on. However, it isn’t often you get to … Continue reading

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How Training Saves Lives

Guest Post by Aimee Sadler, Director Training & Behavior at Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation She was one of the first “problem children” I met when I began my work at the Longmont Humane Society in 2005. Santa Maria was affectionate … Continue reading

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The Healthy Hound and Frisky Feline: Protecting your pet from the flu

By Natalie Lester, PetSafe Brand Marketing Specialist January hasn’t been too cold here in Knoxville, and it doesn’t seem too many people have been sick. Yet, I have been extra careful about germs this month because I forgot to get … Continue reading

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Awakening the body and the mind

By Kimberly Burgan, Certified Pet Dog Trainer and Accredited Canine Behavior Consultant (PetSafe guest blogger) I arrived at class today, not knowing what to expect. The standard meet-and-greet rituals took place before everyone relaxed and sat down. The instructor, along … Continue reading

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PetSafe’s 12 Days of Christmas blog contest

This holiday season, show off your pet’s holly jolly side during our PetSafe 12 Days of Christmas Pet Blogger Contest! Blog about Your Pet for the Holidays If you’re a pet blogger, we invite you to produce content that showcases … Continue reading

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How To Keep Your Senior Pet In Tip Top Shape

Guest post from Dr. Patrick Mahaney, VMD When is your cat, dog, or other companion animal considered a senior? There is no single answer applying to every pet, yet I consider seven to nine years of age as the threshold to … Continue reading

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There’s No Shame In Talking To Your Dog

By Stacie Greene, PetSafe Supply Chain Specialist PetSafe is a safe haven for pet lovers.  Most of the time we greet dogs before we greet their people and everyone seems to be more than okay with that.  For years I … Continue reading

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New Pet Guide: 4 Things to Consider Before Adopting

By Jim Tedford, Director of Pet Identification Within the past six months, I have gone through the process of introducing and assimilating new dogs into my household TWICE.   And, these are not just ANY dogs…both are relatively high-energy, five-year-old Labrador … Continue reading

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