BlogPaws 2014

  • How to Become a Published Pet Book Author

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      Have you ever dreamed of being a published pet book author? There is something very dreamy, rich, accomplished, and satisfying in being able to admit you are a published author. You are not alone, and BlogPaws is poised to deliver on the promise of uniting… read more


  • How Pet Bloggers Can Capture Media Attention

    Susan Willett

      Getting the media to notice you, the pet blogger, is no easy task, but it can be done. How would you like the media to discover you? Have you ever pitched the media with something you either feel passionate about or perhaps blogged? There are ways… read more

  • Speaker Callout For BlogPaws 2015 Conference

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    Finally! It is time for the Speaker Callout for the BlogPaws 2015 Conference. BlogPaws appreciates your patience – and today, it’s TIME… the BlogPaws Speaker RFP is open and will remain open until 5 p.m. MT November 22nd. Please click here to complete your speaker proposal for… read more

  • Wordless Wednesday: Honoring Dr Lorie Huston

      We bow our heads, light a room full of candles, and with heavy hearts, we learned the news of the passing of “one of our own.” We are speechless this Wordless Wednesday. Our Community lost an amazing woman on Tuesday, September 30th. A friend, a… read more

  • What Exactly Happens at a BlogPaws Conference


    From time to time, the staff at BlogPaws is asked what exactly happens at a BlogPaws Conference. During this past Tuesday’s #BlogPawsChat on Twitter, during which time we gave away two $100 gift certificates from Only Natural Pet, the topic of BlogPaws Conferences resounded loud and… read more

  • The Truth About Pet Health and #Zooeyia

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    Dr Patrick Mahaney: Pet industry expert, veterinarian, colleague, and someone who has spoken at and attended most BlogPaws Conferences. .  Mahaney’s terrier, Cardiff, is living (and thriving) despite his diagnoses of Immune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia and more recently, cancer. Here’s the scoop on vitamins and supplements… read more

  • Pet Blogger Gets Magazine Coverage

    Pet blogger gets magazine coverage after winning BlogPaws Pet Blogging and Social Media award: Tracy Baetz, 43, did not know what she was getting into when she began her blog, the Intrepid Pup, in 2012. After moving from southern Maine to Alexandria in 2011 for her… read more

  • Do You Think BlogPaws Likes Cats: Hell to the Meow!


    by: Carol Bryant I eat, sleep, and breathe all things dog, yet here I am writing about all things cat. Why? BlogPaws likes cats… a lot! It’s Adopt a Cat Month, and BlogPaws is celebrating. That sounds like so much fun, right? I mean, balloons, cat-themed… read more

  • Pet Artist Creates Digital Portraits On the Spot


    by: Carol Bryant Question: What do you get when you take one brilliant pet artist plus 40 creative visions and pepper in around 500 passionate pet lovers all in a three-day time span? Answer: Forty digital portraits courtesy BZTAT at the BlogPaws 2014 Conference. What does… read more

  • How to Keep the Pet Blogger Momentum Going


    by: Carol Bryant If you attended the BlogPaws Conference in May on Lake Las Vegas, chances are you might be affected with the pet blogger post conference blues. Chances are you aren’t alone. We feel the same way here at the BlogPaws offices, but we are… read more