Tag Archives: responsible pet ownership

All Pets are Special: Living with Disabled Pets

  By Roslyn Ayers, PetSafe Web Content Specialist As a pet parent, you’ve taken on the wonderful responsibility of caring for your pet for all of their days. Even when they have an accident in the house or cough up … Continue reading


Can I see your ID?

By Jim Tedford, Director of Animal Affairs and Alliances Many years ago, a friend and colleague in animal welfare shared with me information on a promotional campaign encouraging pet owners to put identification on their pets. I don’t recall all … Continue reading


Play that Trains Your Puppy

By Susan Hoffman for Exceptional Canine Playing with your puppy is a no-brainer, right? Your irresistible bundle of furry energy is willing to frolic with you at a moment’s notice. Puppy play is instinctive. It harkens back to the time … Continue reading

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Is it all fun and games? Find out if your pet is a good playmate.

By Natalie Lester, Brand Marketing Specialist One of my favorite things about my Boykin Spaniel puppy, Emma, (and any other dog for that matter) are their constant playful attitudes. Nothing brings my heart as much joy as watching Emma hop … Continue reading


Does your community take care of its animals?

By Jim Tedford, Director of Animal Affairs and Alliances “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way in which its animals are treated.” Mahatma Gandhi Cruelty to animals is a crime. In fact, … Continue reading


Are you a responsible pet owner?

By Jim Tedford, Director of Animal Affairs and Alliances For many years I oversaw large-scale pet adoption programs at animal shelters. It was not unusual for an adopter midway through the process to say, “It is harder to adopt a … Continue reading