The Paw Print Blog

Pet Parenting Articles

Pet Articles

Training Collars: a Vet Gives You the Pros and Cons of Different Types

Training Collars: a Vet Gives You the Pros and Cons of Different Types

By Tony Johnson

You wouldn't think something as simple as a dog collar would be a hotly contested subject, but a simple scan of some online discussions shows just how contentious it can be - and how confusing, as well.

5 Ways to Splurge on Your Pet with Your Tax Refund

5 Ways to Splurge on Your Pet with Your Tax Refund

By Justin Young

It’s that time of year again. Millions of Americans have filed their taxes, found out they’ll receive a tax refund and are figuring out exactly how they’ll spend that money. Some people will save the money for a rainy day. Others may splurge on something shiny and new. Then, there are pet parents who might be wondering what to buy for their dog or cat.

Easter Scavenger Hunt

Create an Easter Scavenger Hunt for Your Dog

By Caryl Wolff

While kids are participating in Easter Egg hunts, we want our pups to have an activity, too. Here's a DIY version of putting together a scavenger hunt for a dog.

National Pet Day

The 10 Best Ways to Celebrate National Pet Day

By Jessie McDowell

Treat yourself and your pet with our top 10 activities to celebrate your pet on National Pet Day.

Spring is here. Get out and train!

Spring is here. Get out and train!

By Jon Hersey

It’s PetSafe’s Spring Training month. Could there be a better time to get outdoors and train your dog? It doesn’t take much time to have a star: just a consistent 15 minutes a day.

BFYP

Welcome to the Bark for Your Park family Watkinsville!

By Justin Young

The PetSafe® Brand Marketing Team had the privilege of cutting the ribbon on a new PetSafe® dog park in Watkinsville, GA on Sunday, March, 26th.

Dog on Dog Aggression

Dog on Dog Aggression

By Caryl Wolff

You're walking your dog, and he is loosey-goosey, smelling the ground, taking in the scenery - until he sees another dog. Then bam, he's barking and lunging on a leash, catching you off guard.

Why does this happen, and how can you fix it?