Guest Posts

  • Even Dogs Wear Ugly Christmas Sweaters #UglyChristmasSweaterDay

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    It appears that even our “poor” pups are not safe from the holiday treat of the ugly Christmas sweater. Check out how Aimee Beltran, a BlogPaws 2015 Ambassador, and blogger at Irresistible Pets, dresses up Chuy for the holidays for a DIY #uglysweaterchallenge. Admit it, you’ve… read more

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  • December Pet Blogging Prompts To Inspire

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    Guest post by Kimberly Gautheir, Keep The Tail Wagging How will you keep up with your regular to-dos, deal with perhaps less than stellar weather, visit friends and family and still write in your pet blog? It will take focus and concentration, but to help you… read more

  • The Passion Of Raw Feeding For Your Cats

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    Guest post by Robin A.F. Olson What would happen to you if you ate a bowl of cereal every day, for every meal, for the rest of your life? Would you be bored out of your gourd? Would you stop wanting to eat? Do you think… read more

  • Silence Your Inner Critic and Go After What You Want

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    Guest post by Kimberly Gauthier One hundred people can tell me they love my blog, but one person calls me passive aggressive and that’s the comment I focus on.  This is something many of us have in common.  I’m always envious of people who focus on… read more

  • Take A Walk, Help A Pet

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    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess   What do you do every day that could easily help animals in shelters? Take a hike! No, really. Every time you take a walk – if you’re using the ResQWalk app you can help raise funds for your favorite… read more

  • Puss In Boats: A Unique Fundraiser for Cats

    Guest post by Alana Greylak Sunday, May 25th was a lovely day in Chicago, and I took advantage of it by indulging BlogPaws’ request to go along for a ride on a Chicago architecture cruise aboard Chicago’s First Lady (that’s the boat’s name. I thought it… read more

  • Blog Spring Cleaning: Wrapping Up With A Question – Who Are You?

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    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; the third post touched on your… read more

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

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    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