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Tips for Keeping Cat Litter From Tracking

By PetSafe Guest

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?

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How to Manage the Litter Box in a Multi-Cat Home

By PetSafe Guest

Your cats like to play together, but they may not like sharing a litter box. Here are a few multi-cat litter box tips to help your cats keep it in the box.

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8 Reasons Your Cat Stopped Using the Litter Box

By PetSafe Guest

If your cat has stopped using the litter box, here are some of the most common litter box problems and ways to get your feline friend back in the box.

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How Often Should You Clean the Litter Box

By PetSafe Guest

Keeping your cat's litter box clean is a labor of love. Here are six tips to make sure your feline friend has a safe, clean place to do its business.

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Adopted a New Dog? Here’s a Checklist for All the Essentials

By PetSafe Guest

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.

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Adopted a New Cat? Here’s a Checklist for All the Essentials

By PetSafe Guest

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.

Why Do Dogs Eat Cat Poop? 10 Ways to Help Them Stop

Why Do Dogs Eat Cat Poop? 10 Ways to Help Them Stop

By PetSafe Guest

Dogs are known to eat poop (coprophagia) from most any animal because it tastes good to them and is packed with protein. It also has nutritional value because cats and other critters don’t always completely process their food. But your dog can ingest parasites when eating cat poop so it’s a good...