Welcome to Pets and Their People – Your online tips, tools and resources!

You’re busy. You really, really love your pets. So, where do you turn with day-to-day pet care challenges and questions: Can I feed this to my dog? Why does my horse do that? How do I find a reliable pet sitter? Why does my cat think that’s the litter box?? It’s okay – you got this and we’re here to help. We’re on a mission to provide resources and practical tips to pet people…with a dose of encouragement and humor!

Our regular features will focus on your stories, training tips from the trenches, pets and kids, nutrition information, product reviews, animal-related book reviews and enrichment ideas (not just for dogs!). So, for all those questions that you always wanted to know but were afraid to ask about your pets…let’s go there.

Fellow animal lovers, this space is dedicated to you – whether you have a pet (or a few), are thinking about getting (or adding another) one, are starting out in (or considering) a career as a pet professional, work or volunteer in rescue/sheltering, or there’s a young person in your life who just can’t get enough of all things pets. Join us for quick, reliable insights, right here at your fingertips. We hope you enjoy.

Welcome to Pets and Their People – Your online tips, tools and resources!

You’re busy. You really, really love your pets. So, where do you turn with day-to-day pet care challenges and questions: Can I feed this to my dog? Why does my horse do that? How do I find a reliable pet sitter? Why does my cat think that’s the litter box?? It’s okay – you got this and we’re here to help. We’re on a mission to provide resources and practical tips to pet people…with a dose of encouragement and humor!

Our regular features will focus on your stories, training tips from the trenches, pets and kids, nutrition information, product reviews, animal-related book reviews and enrichment ideas (not just for dogs!). So, for all those questions that you always wanted to know but were afraid to ask about your pets…let’s go there.

Fellow animal lovers, this space is dedicated to you – whether you have a pet (or a few), are thinking about getting (or adding another) one, are starting out in (or considering) a career as a pet professional, work or volunteer in rescue/sheltering, or there’s a young person in your life who just can’t get enough of all things pets. Join us for quick, reliable insights, right here at your fingertips. We hope you enjoy.

Welcome to Pets and Their People – Your online tips, tools and resources!

You’re busy. You really, really love your pets. So, where do you turn with day-to-day pet care challenges and questions: Can I feed this to my dog? Why does my horse do that? How do I find a reliable pet sitter? Why does my cat think that’s the litter box?? It’s okay – you got this and we’re here to help. We’re on a mission to provide resources and practical tips to pet people…with a dose of encouragement and humor!

Our regular features will focus on your stories, training tips from the trenches, pets and kids, nutrition information, product reviews, animal-related book reviews and enrichment ideas (not just for dogs!). So, for all those questions that you always wanted to know but were afraid to ask about your pets…let’s go there.

Fellow animal lovers, this space is dedicated to you – whether you have a pet (or a few), are thinking about getting (or adding another) one, are starting out in (or considering) a career as a pet professional, work or volunteer in rescue/sheltering, or there’s a young person in your life who just can’t get enough of all things pets. Join us for quick, reliable insights, right here at your fingertips. We hope you enjoy.

Welcome to Pets and Their People – Your online tips, tools and resources!

You’re busy. You really, really love your pets. So, where do you turn with day-to-day pet care challenges and questions: Can I feed this to my dog? Why does my horse do that? How do I find a reliable pet sitter? Why does my cat think that’s the litter box?? It’s okay – you got this and we’re here to help. We’re on a mission to provide resources and practical tips to pet people…with a dose of encouragement and humor!

Our regular features will focus on your stories, training tips from the trenches, pets and kids, nutrition information, product reviews, animal-related book reviews and enrichment ideas (not just for dogs!). So, for all those questions that you always wanted to know but were afraid to ask about your pets…let’s go there.

Fellow animal lovers, this space is dedicated to you – whether you have a pet (or a few), are thinking about getting (or adding another) one, are starting out in (or considering) a career as a pet professional, work or volunteer in rescue/sheltering, or there’s a young person in your life who just can’t get enough of all things pets. Join us for quick, reliable insights, right here at your fingertips. We hope you enjoy.

Welcome to Pets and Their People – Your online tips, tools and resources!

You’re busy. You really, really love your pets. So, where do you turn with day-to-day pet care challenges and questions: Can I feed this to my dog? Why does my horse do that? How do I find a reliable pet sitter? Why does my cat think that’s the litter box?? It’s okay – you got this and we’re here to help. We’re on a mission to provide resources and practical tips to pet people…with a dose of encouragement and humor!

Our regular features will focus on your stories, training tips from the trenches, pets and kids, nutrition information, product reviews, animal-related book reviews and enrichment ideas (not just for dogs!). So, for all those questions that you always wanted to know but were afraid to ask about your pets…let’s go there.

Fellow animal lovers, this space is dedicated to you – whether you have a pet (or a few), are thinking about getting (or adding another) one, are starting out in (or considering) a career as a pet professional, work or volunteer in rescue/sheltering, or there’s a young person in your life who just can’t get enough of all things pets. Join us for quick, reliable insights, right here at your fingertips. We hope you enjoy.

Pets and Their People
Content Curator
Pam Shultz, DVM

Pets and Their People

Pets and Their People is a digital publication providing science-based resources for pet parents in every community. Pets and Their People aims to regularly publish articles and blogs that empower pet guardians to make informed and ethical decisions regarding their pets’ care. Each publication will deliver accessible, friendly, practical, fun topics from a wide array of professionals all committed to supporting the emotional, physical and environmental well-being of our pets.

Submissions
Pets and Their People encourages the submission of original written materials. If you would like to contribute to Pets and Their People, please read the guidelines below then submit your materials for consideration using this form.

Articles must be submitted as a Word document with the author’s name, professional credentials and a short bio with relevant links. Word counts are flexible, but articles usually run between 300-500 words. Articles submitted must be original work and submitted by the author or with written permission by the author. P&TP reserves the right to edit for length, grammar and clarity.

Comments
To comment on an author’s work, or to let us know what topics you would like to see more of, contact us using the link provided. P&TP reserves the right to edit for length, grammar and clarity.

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