That adorable new pup comes with questions. What does a new puppy need? How can I start training? How can I keep him entertained? PetSafe® is here with new puppy essentials as you and your new best friend embark on your life together.
Keep his tummy full
Your pint-sized pup needs consistent meals as he grows. A 6 Meal Feeder helps you keep up with his appetite, or a 2 Meal Feeder is a simple way to schedule two meals in advance on busy days.
Keep fresh water flowing
Hydration is critical for a healthy puppy. Encourage him to drink more with fresh, filtered water from a 1 Gallon Fountain.
Keep training together
Puppyhood is the time to start training. A Clik-R™ is a useful tool when used with rewards like training treats, and an Easy Walk® Harness helps train him early not to pull on his leash.
Keep him active
Interactive electronic toys like the Kibble Chase™...Continue Reading
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?
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