Tag Archives: Training

How to train a deaf dog

By Michelle Mullins, CPDT-KA, PetSafe Training and Behavior Education Department Manager Training a dog takes patience and practice. Training a dog who is deaf can be even more challenging. People often think it is too hard to train the dog … Continue reading


Fall in love with a well trained pet

By Robin Rhea, PetSafe Senior Brand Manager Go Fetch a Well-Trained Dog We are all happier when we feel we know what is expected of us. Even our dogs are happier when they know how to behave in order to … Continue reading

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Pawz Away Indoor Barrier to the Rescue

Guest post from Carrie Noar, Tales and Tails It would really be nice if all dogs came to us perfect and stayed that way, no matter how many mistakes we made with them. Unfortunately, that never happens. When you adopt … Continue reading

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How to potty train properly

Guest post by Colby Morita of Puppy In Training Almost 8 years ago I brought home my first puppy, Linus from the Carson Animal Shelter. However, before I even thought about bringing home a puppy I made up my mind … Continue reading


Save money on pet care today!

By Jim Tedford, Director of Animal Welfare Initiatives and Alliances At the risk of exposing my advancing age, one of the songs that has a habit of sticking in my head from time to time is The Beatles, “Can’t Buy … Continue reading


Teaching a New Dog Old Tricks

By Natalie Lester, PetSafe Brand Marketing Specialist Shortly after I got Emma and attended Michelle Mullins’, CPDT-KA, dog training class to understand how my dog learns, I felt I was really ready to begin teaching my new puppy a few … Continue reading


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


Wedding Bells and Barks

By Robin Hawn Rhea, Senior PetSafe Brand Manager Life’s short, bring your dog. At least that’s the philosophy I’ve adopted in my time at PetSafe. This was never truer than on June 2nd when my husband and I had a … 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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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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