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Are you ready to Bark for Your Park?

Are you ready to Bark for Your Park?

By Justin Young

Since 2011, PetSafe® has donated over $1.2 Million to communities across the country build, enhance and maintain dog parks. This year, we’re committing another $225,000 through the annual Bark for Your Park™ grants program.Why build a park just for dogs? Beyond giving our canine companions a place...

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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.

Recognizing Signs of Stress in Your Dog

Recognizing Signs of Stress in Your Dog

By PetSafe Guest

April is National Stress Awareness Month. And it’s not only people who suffer from stress, our pets do too.And as with people, your dog’s personality will determine how he relates to different situation. Some dogs are really destructive. Others make themselves ill, vomiting and even pulling their...

Going to Grandma's House

Going to Grandma’s House

By Amy Shojai

Lots of pets have a second home if their pet parents travel a lot and can’t always take them along.It’s really a good idea to kit out grandma’s house with many of the products and accessories that you have in your own home. – a real home-away-from-home. This will help your dog settle in easily and,...

How Much Exercise Does My Dog Need?

How Much Exercise Does My Dog Need?

By Justin Young

Is your dog getting the activity he needs? How much time should you spend walking and playing with your pup? Learn how to stay healthy and active with your pup!

Do Dogs Laugh?

Do Dogs Laugh?

By Amy Shojai

March 19 is National Day of Laughter. We know that no two dogs are alike, and their personalities range from stoic to goofy comedians. But do dogs laugh? For many years, scientists believed laughter only happened in humans, but that perception has changed.Scientists Research Do Dogs...