Guest Posts

  • Blog Spring Cleaning: Week 3 – What Are Your Blogging Goals?


    Guest post by Kimberly Gauthier, Keep the Tail Wagging Editor’s Note: In part one you were asked to request constructive feed back, read that post here. In the second part we offered tips on SEO for your blog, read that post here. I’m kind of a nerd… read more


  • Blog Spring Cleaning: Submit It For Honest, Kind, Constructive Feedback

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    Gust post by Kimberly Gauthier, Keep the Tail Wagging Welcome to Week 1 of our Spring Cleaning event!  It’s so easy to become complacent as a blogger, because we spend most of our time writing blog content and on social networking sites.  When was the last… read more

  • How to Deal With Common Senior Dog Diseases

    Guest post by Jennifer Kachnic When our dogs become seniors it’s time to return to them all that they have given to us through the years. Dogs age much faster than people and their life spans depend greatly upon their size.  A year does not seem like… read more

  • Minneapolis Cat Video Festival: The Good, the Bad and the Grumpy Cat

    Guest post by Angie Bailey Last year I attended the inaugural Internet Cat Video Festival at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. It was practically in my backyard and, honestly, I expected maybe several hundred people to attend the screening that happened in an open field… read more

  • It’s Almost Time For Black Cat Appreciation Day 2013

    Guest post by Stephanie Newman (The Musings Of A Crazy Cat Lady) A 2012 University of California, Berkeley study looked at stereotypes people have as to domestic cats and their fur colors and how fur color affects adoption rates. The results showed that even in this… read more

  • 2013 Adoption Champions Announced!

    Guest post by Caroline Golon We’re so thrilled to announce the two talented bloggers from the BlogPaws community who were selected to be the first Adoption Champions: Christina Berry, from The Lazy Pit Bull and Alana Grelyak, from Cat in the Fridge. We all know bloggers have powerful voices… read more

  • What To Include In Your Pet First Aid Kit

    Guest post by Melanie Monteiro What if you walked into your living room to find your pup just chowed down the bowl of grapes you accidentally left on the coffee table? What if your kitty is stung by a bee and her head swells up like… read more

  • Do You Have To Administer Meds To Your Pet? We Have Tips

    Guest post by Steve May CVJ  What parents know, or quickly learn, is that an unavoidable duty that comes with the gift of a baby is dealing with aromatic presents left in diapers. At first, new parents might be clumsy and babies may scream but, eventually,… read more

  • Learn From Your Pet To Love What You Do!

    Have you ever noticed that when your dog is chasing a ball or your cat is frantically trying to catch that "red dot" that they are in the moment? They love what they do! Do you love what you do in your pet blogging? Shawna Schuh… read more

  • Beyond Your Twitterverse – Amplify Your Blog’s Reach with Triberr

    Guest post by Jessica Rhae Williams As many of you know, the BlogPaws community is a great place for bloggers and microbloggers to connect. Everyone is very supportive and goes out of their way to help each other out. Some of the community members expressed interest in… read more