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4 Common Questions About Crystal Cat Litter Boxes

4 Common Questions About Crystal Cat Litter Boxes

By PetSafe Guest

Cat parents unanimously agree that while cats are great companions and fun to be around, no one wants a stinky litter box in their home. Consequently, litter box odor control is key. The right litter for your cat is one that effectively absorbs urine, neutralizes odors and is convenient to change....

How to Fit a Gentle Leader® Headcollar

How to Fit a Gentle Leader® Headcollar

By PetSafe Guest

One of the most common issues we see with the PetSafe® Gentle Leader® is dogs don’t like to wear it. Taking time to get your dog comfortable with the headcollar is the first step in fitting it correctly.

The 6 Ways an Easy Walk Harness® Can Make Walks Easier

The 6 Ways an Easy Walk Harness® Can Make Walks Easier

By PetSafe Guest

Does your dog pull while walking? If so, you know the feeling all too of heading out the door for a nice walk only to be dragged around, making the walk feel more like a game of tug a war. If your dog tends to pull, wearing a standard neck collar can cause damage to the delicate throat area while...

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Leash Training Puppies: Part 2, Walking Your Puppy

By Caryl Wolff

This is part 2 of the series on leash training puppies. The first part was about the prep and getting him used to his collar or harness. Now we'll introduce your puppy to walking on the leash outside.

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Leash Training Puppies: Part 1, Introducing the Collar or Harness

By Caryl Wolff

This is a 2-part article on leash training puppies. The first part is about the prep and getting him used to his collar or harness, and the second is about the mechanics of training.

Spring is here. Get out and train!

Spring is here. Get out and train!

By Jon Hersey

It’s PetSafe’s Spring Training month. Could there be a better time to get outdoors and train your dog? It doesn’t take much time to have a star: just a consistent 15 minutes a day.

Dog on Dog Aggression

Dog on Dog Aggression

By Caryl Wolff

You're walking your dog, and he is loosey-goosey, smelling the ground, taking in the scenery - until he sees another dog. Then bam, he's barking and lunging on a leash, catching you off guard.

Why does this happen, and how can you fix it?