PetSafe Pet Author
Rob Hunter is a copywriter for PetSafe® brand. Rob was born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee where PetSafe® was founded. He has a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Vanderbilt University and a marketing MBA from the University of Tennessee. Rob’s career has been driven by passion for all kinds of animals. Before joining the PetSafe® family, he worked in Knoxville as a veterinary technician with experience in surgery, oncology, imaging, emergency and critical care. Rob is the proud dad of a lab mix named Milo and a pair of senior Chihuahuas named Tippy and Skippy. When not at work, Rob enjoys photographing wildlife and taking his dogs on adventures in the woods and mountains of east Tennessee.
Articles by This Author
Adopting a new kitten is a wonderfully rewarding, life-changing event. Bringing a new cat home means bringing home a curious, energetic and affectionate new friend.
We’ve all been there – it’s time to leave for work but your pet doesn’t want you to go. It can be stressful on you and your pet, but thankfully there are some steps you can take to help your furry friend feel more comfortable about being home alone.
Deteriorating joints are a health concern that we share with our pets, especially as we get older together. Just like us, our dogs and cats can develop bad hips, knees, elbows and more. There are many ways to help a pet that's getting on in years and needs support getting around the house or in and out of the car. However, the best way to deal with joint issues is to take proactive measures to prevent them while your pet is still young. Luckily, there are a variety of tools, therapies and tips available to help your young pets stay spry, and to help your older pets keep up.
Every cat lover has experienced it at some point. You step into a room and feel that familiar crunch underfoot. There’s nothing like getting up in the morning to find your feline friend has tracked cat litter all over the house. It can be frustrating, but it’s something we have to live with as cat people… or is it?
Adopting a new dog is the beginning of a life-long friendship. You want the best for your new best friend, but what does a new adopted dog need? PetSafe® is here to help you give your new dog the best life possible so you can make the most of each day together.
Adopting a new cat is the beginning of a life-long friendship. You want the best for your new family member, but what does a new adopted cat need? PetSafe® is here to help you make the most of each day together.
That adorable new pup comes with questions. What does a new puppy need? How can I start training? How can I keep him entertained?
A new kitten comes with so much fun - but that little bundle of joy also comes with questions. What does a new kitten need? Will she stay out of trouble while I'm away? How can I keep her entertained all day?
They say a house is not a home without a dog; we say the same goes for an apartment.