Tag Archives: Ownership

How does your dog learn?

By Natalie Lester, PetSafe Brand Marketing Specialist When I adopted a puppy four short months ago, I had some basic dog training instruction but no more than the average pet owner. I knew Emma’s training needed to start immediately. One … Continue reading

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Grieving For Furry Children

By Sarina Lyall, LMSW, University of Tennessee Veterinary Staff Social Worker What I know, through personal and professional experience with grief, especially grief over the loss of a pet, is that we can experience a variety of feelings that arise … Continue reading

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Summer Movie Madness: Learning from pets in film

I’ve always been a bit of a movie-buff. Back in the day (which I find slightly ridiculous to say since I’m in my early 20s) before Netflix, Red Box and $10 movie tickets everyone knew where to find me on … Continue reading

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Dog Park Benefits: How barking for a park can help you, your pet and your community

Most people probably see a dog park as a fun place for a dog to run and play off-leash, but do you know how beneficial they are to you and your community? A great playground for your pal, dog parks … Continue reading

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5 ways to have fun in the sun with your pal

Don’t let your dog be a couch potato this summer. Just because it’s hot out doesn’t mean he should say cooped up in your nice cool, air conditioned home. While he shouldn’t be outside for extended periods of time, if … Continue reading

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Is your pet ready to travel?

Summer is almost here, which means it’s time to start preparing for your all important summer family getaway! No matter where you go or how long you go for, don’t forget to include one very important member of your family: … Continue reading

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My Nightmare Before PetSafe

By Laura Potts, Communication and Social Media Specialist at PetSafe Two years ago, Ellie, an American Eskimo, came into my life. We already had a dog and were quite happy being a one-dog family. Lincoln is a quiet, mellow, meek … Continue reading

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Are You Rescue Ready?

By Courtney Cerbin, Iowa Director of Great Plains Pointer Rescue For many, the thought of getting a new rescue pet is an exciting one. But what some people fail to realize is how their life will change once this pet … Continue reading

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Correcting unwanted behaviors

When buying a dog, every owner has a picture perfect image of what life with their new pup is going to be like. You imagine a compassionate, quiet friend that loves long walks in the park, snuggling up on the couch … Continue reading

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Pet Poisons: Is your house safe?

From human food to house plants many of the items that are safe for you are deadly for your cats and dogs. Do you know if you have any of these products in your home? Human Food It may be … Continue reading

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