PetSafe Pet Author
Hank Champion is a copywriter for PetSafe® and lives near the PetSafe® headquarters in Knoxville, Tennessee. He has a bachelor’s degree in design, art and illustration from Auburn University and previous experience working with advertising agencies as an art director and copywriter. Hank has a deep love for all animals and regards them as some of the best people he knows. Through the course of his life, he’s had 5 dogs, 1 cat, who was his most recent pet of 17.5 years, a parrot, cockatiel, parakeets, a leopard gecko, white rat, gerbil, mouse, sea monkeys, salt and tropical freshwater fish and an octopus. He is currently the uncle of 3 dogs: a Basset Hound named Winnie, a very sweet American Staffordshire Terrier called Rebel and a mixed breed dog named Yogi. When not at work, Hank enjoys writing stories and creating children’s books. His most recent pet, Fred The Cat, can be seen in a book he illustrated and co-wrote called “If Your Monster Wears Pajamas.”
Articles by This Author
Whether you’re getting a new puppy or adopting an adult dog, you’re bringing a new family member into your life. While you may want to be with your new buddy all the time, responsibilities like work, family and errands can force you to leave your dog alone at home.
If you or someone you know has a cat in their life, you also know there's a lot of personality packed into that loveable ball of fur.
If you have pets and a yard, it's time to consider what’s sometimes referred to as an electric pet fence, and the best place to start your search is by understanding the different types available.
You’d think choosing the right litter for your cat’s litter box would be an easy decision, but that’s not always the case. Cats can be particular, and if they don’t like the litter you choose, they’ll find another place to do their business. Fortunately, there are plenty of litter options out there to match your cat’s preferences.
At PetSafe®, we create in-ground wired and wireless containment systems so you can create a safe space for your dog to play outdoors. Training your dog to understand his new pet fence is a key step in the installation process and will help ensure your dog fence works properly.