Tag "pet parent"

  • What’s In A Name: Pet Parent

    Guest post by M.K. Clinton It was Shakespeare who wrote, “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” In other words, a name is just a title. A name doesn’t change the dynamics of a thing. It is funny how titles and words can… read more

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  • 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

  • Why Spoiling Your Pet is Good Thing

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    by: Carol Bryant Do you spoil your pet and just what does it mean when someone says I “spoil” my dog. Is it so wrong to embrace a life that will more than likely pass before I do? Perhaps it is because of that short lifespan… read more

  • Should You Be Considered a Pet Parent

    by: Carol Bryant Are you your dog’s owner, guardian, parent, caretaker, or something else? This is a hotly contested topic that seems to go round and round in news cycles. "Shaping social media excellence, influence and education one amazing pet parent at a time:" This is… read more

  • How to Tell If You are Addicted to Your Pet

    by: Carol Bryant We are called BlogPaws, so for it's no small secret we love pets, more than a little. We're an entire entity formed with pets in mind, by pet lovers, and for pet lovers/bloggers/parents. Do you call yourself a pet parent? Is your pet… read more

  • Pet Parents Rely on Pets More than Technology: BlogPaws Reports

    New data suggests that while pet parents are heavily immersed in social media sites, a whopping 47 percent of those same pet parents believe owning a pet is better for one’s life than engaging in social networking sites.  Yes, pet parents of America (and we bet… read more

  • Story: Pets Add Life – Join the Blog Hop

    By Chloe DiVita, BlogPaws COE I don't think anyone can deny that having pets adds so much to our lives. Twiggy and Onyx add love, affection, loyalty and of course smiles to my life. My dogs are probably the only two living beings that can cheer… read more

  • Banished! Words We Wish Would Go Away

    by Yvonne DiVita According to this page on the Lake Superior State University 2012 list of Banished Words, pet parent needs to 'go away.' Personally, I object to the objection. Here's what Lynn Ouellette had to say about the term pet parent: "Can a human being… read more