Pets and Their People
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.
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.
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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From the Blog …
Fungi Facts for You and Your Four-Legged Loved Ones (Part Two)
Can Acupuncture Help Pets with Painful Conditions?
Keep These Foods Away from Your Dog at Thanksgiving
Fungi Facts for You and Your Four-Legged Loved Ones (Part One)
Halloween Can Be Stressful for Dogs
I’ve Been Rescued by a Pet
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