PetSafe Pet Author
Jessie and her German Shepherd, Moose, work in the PetSafe Marketing department. Jessie is responsible for PetSafe content including the blog, social media, ads, and product info.
Moose is an expert at chewing, taking naps, and playing with every dog in the office.
Articles by This Author
With the holidays approaching and visitors making holiday plans to come over, you might be worried about guests dropping food on the floor or leaving doors open. While your pets are practicing their best hungry faces for begging, you can prepare for holiday traffic by printing this handy list of guest guidelines for your dog or cat. Fill it out with info guests should know about your pet. Send a copy to relatives who you'll be visiting, too.
Is your dog cooped up in the house all day? Wish you had a dog-friendly spot in your neighborhood? Enter the Bark for Your Park contest to try to win a dog park for your city!
The PetSafe Fit 15 Challenge just began, and there's still time to join! All it takes is 15 minutes of walking or playing with your dog and you can be on your way to a fit lifestyle your pet will love! Check out our challenge, print out your calendar, and get fit in 2015!
The PetSafe Fit 15 Challenge is our way of encouraging you to stay active with your dog. Each day in January, enter a different challenge to win prizes and have fun.
As winter sneaks up on us, our product experts put together a few tips to keep your containment system flawless and your pet door air-tight for cold weather.
Our friends at Dogster put out a great infographic this week on the things you can and cant share under the table with your furry friend. Share this with your family and friends to make sure you keep Fido safe this Thanksgiving season.
The Himalayan Blue Drinkwell Pagoda Fountain was featured in the 2014 DIY Network™ Blog Cabin serie. Not only was it featured in the Blog Cabin series, but since it was the people’s choice against Taupe, we made it out newest fountain color, available for purchase now!
Keep your pet on Santa's nice list by removing these dangerous yet common holiday items in your home.