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Does your dog play nice?

By Phil Monroe, PetSafe Village Kennel Representative Is your buddy really a bully? Do you know if your dog is “playing nice” with others? Do you know how to recognize when Fido is displaying behaviors that can turn into an … Continue reading


How to introduce a new cat to your home

By Dr. Julie Albright, PetSafe Small Animal Behavioral Chair at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine Are you considering adding another cat to your household? Owning multiple cats can be a lot of fun, but also frustrating if … Continue reading

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Pet proofing prevents poisoning

By Jim Tedford, Director of Animal Welfare Initiatives and Alliances There is an old cliché saying, “Curiosity killed the cat.” Like most old clichés it bears significant wisdom. And, curiosity can lead to the demise of more than just the … Continue reading

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Door + Containment System = Freedom

By Natalie Lester, PetSafe Brand Communications Specialist With crammed schedules and lives that only seem to get busier, do you ever look at your pet and wish for just a second, “I wish you were more independent.” You know your … Continue reading


Pet food: The good, the bad and the healthy

by Dr. Patrick Mahaney The majority of dogs and cats in the United States eat food and treats manufactured specifically for their particular species (i.e., dogs eat dog food and cats eat cat food). As a holistic veterinarian, I focus … Continue reading


What we’ve been waiting 192 days to tell you

By Natalie Lester, Brand Communications Specialist Each time I’ve responded to a comment on the blog, question on our Facebook page, replied to a tweet on Twitter, or exchanged email with an inquisitive pet parent, one thing has been on … Continue reading


Can’t we all just get along? Getting dogs and cats to live happily ever after

By Roslyn Ayers, PetSafe Web Content Specialist When I first considered bringing a dog into our all-cat home, the first thing I was worried about was getting the cats used to a dog. None of our 4 cats had ever … Continue reading


What snoring says about your dog’s health

  By Kim Boatman for The Dog Daily Does your dog’s snoring keep you up at night? “We seem to put up with dog snoring more than spouse snoring,” says Dr. Bernadine Cruz, a Laguna Hills, Calif., veterinarian and nationally … Continue reading


Top 6 New Year’s Resolutions for Dog Owners

  From the Editors of The Dog Daily While dogs aren’t capable of resolving anything, the end of December is a good time to take stock of ways to help your dog become healthier and happier. Below, Dr. Trisha Joyce … Continue reading

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When does a Christmas accident turn into an emergency?

By Michelle Mullins, CPDT-KA, PetSafe Training and Behavior Education Department Manager Pet emergencies can happen at any time. However the holidays can provide additional challenges with the increased travel and festivities that accompany them. By recognizing an emergency and having … Continue reading

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