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5 Tips for Taking Great Photos of Your Pet

5 Tips for Taking Great Photos of Your Pet

By PetSafe Guest

By Jennie Huettel, Professional Photographer and PetSafe Photo CoordinatorI’m sure you love your pet(s) as much as I do mine. Mine are my world. They go hiking with us. They go camping with us. They go to work with me. My 8 month old son giggles when he sees them. You love everything about...

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Top 10 Pet Gift Ideas

By Justin Young

Searching for the perfect present for your favorite pet or pet lover this holiday season? Here's our list of top pet gifts recommended for pets and their parents, including everything from solutions for keeping your cat’s litter box clean to teaching your dog how to be a better walking partner.

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5 Ways to Give Your Pet Joy this Holiday Season

By Justin Young

With the holiday season quickly approaching, you’re probably already thinking about the perfect presents for your family and friends. Watching a loved one open your gift can be just as rewarding as receiving one yourself. While all the important people in your life a celebrating the joy of the season, don’t forget to spread some cheer to your furry friends.

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Quick and Easy DIY Dog Costumes

By Stacy Hackett

With Halloween just around the corner, you may still be planning your epic costume, sure to impress your friends and neighbors. While you're making plans, be sure to include your faithful canine companion!

DIY Pet Halloween Costumes

DIY Pet Halloween Costumes

By PetSafe Guest

A do-it-yourself costume will probably cost about half of what you would spend elsewhere, and it will be original and unique to your pet. Why buy a Halloween costume for your pet when you could make one cuter and cheaper? Check out these 15 easy DIY pet costumes.

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A New Member of PetSafe® Brand’s Bark for Your Park™ Family: Durham, NC

By Justin Young

On the warm, summer night of Thursday, September 8th, PetSafe® Brand welcomed the City of Durham, NC into its family of dog parks, with a $25,000 grant to build a new play-place for people and their pets.

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Where Did That Toy Go?

By Tony Johnson

As an emergency vet, one of the most common medical problems that we see in the clinic is the case of a dog or cat who's chewed up a toy or eaten something they shouldn't and is now vomiting. Here's how to keep your dog or cat safe from eating something they shouldn't and save a trip to the emergency vet.