Positively’s Pet Blogs to Watch

PetBlogsVSPAt Positively, we're lucky to have some really incredible contributors who share their amazing stories and insight with us. Many of them have their own blogs dedicated to training, nutrition, or just how to enjoy life with pets.

Here are few of their pet blogs that are worth sniffing out!


1) Lola the Pitty

Sarah Lukemire created this awesome dog blog as a way to raise awareness about pit bulls and fight the negative stereotypes associated with bully breeds. The blog is full of great training tips, fun homemade dog treat recipes, and some great stories about her two pit bulls, Lola and Rio.


2) Oh My Dog! Blog

This is another fun, positive dog blog. Maggie Marton always has some great DIY projects to share, as well as product reviews, fun dog stories, and more. With a household including three dogs and a cat, she always has some interesting stories and ideas to share.


3) Steve Dale's Pet World

Many of you may know Steve from "Steve Dale's Pet World," his nationally syndicated radio show that's all about pets and their people. But Steve is also an avid writer, and contributes regularly to ChicagoNow. He's also the co-edit of "Decoding Your Dog" and author of the e-book "Good Dog!" From veterinary and nutrition information to the latest in pet-related news, Steve's blogs will keep you up-to-date.


4) DOGthusiast

DOGthusiast is a blog tailored to active dogs and their pet parents. The blog focuses on dog activities and sports, life with dogs, and interesting products and services that may be of interest to active pet parents.


5) Cat Wisdom 101

Cat Wisdom 101 was created by holistic cat behaviorist Layla Morgan Wilde. The site is full of cat-related news, information, and even product giveaways for kitties and their guardians. Layla also has some creative DIY projects and recipes. Perhaps the coolest part? She's the official behaviorist for Tara the Hero Cat and other celebrity cats.


6) Beagles and Bargains

Are you a dog lover on a budget? With the tagline "surviving pet parenthood without going broke," Jessica Shipman's Beagles and Bargains blog is a great resource for pet parents that want to enhance their dog's lives without breaking the bank. Full of homemade recipe ideas and DIY pet projects, this is one awesome dog blog.


7) The Lazy Pit Bull

The Lazy Pit Bull is a blog dedicated to bringing readers the best in pet-friendly living. Christina Berry's blog is full of reviews and giveaways, recipes for simple and delicious recipes for your pets, and loads of inspiration for pet-friendly living.


8) The Science Dog

If you love to learn about the latest dog-related science and research, The Science Dog is a great place to start. Linda Case is a science writer who is specifically trained in companion animal nutrition and training. Her blog is full of fascinating and easy-to-follow explanations of new dog-related studies and scientific discoveries.


9) How Many Dogs?!

Dog trainer Debby McMullen's "How Many Dog?!" blog is a great resource for pet parents with a multiple dog household. Her tips include the latest force-free training methods to maintain and happy and healthy relationship when you have more than one dog to manage.


10) All Dogs Go to Kevin

Kevin Duggan is a force-free dog trainer whose blog is full of awesome advice for pet parents! His blog posts often include step-by-step training instructions and straightforward answers to some common training and behavior questions.

Do you think your pet blog has what it takes to join the ranks of these awesome Positively Contributors? Leave us your URL in the comments below. 

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21 thoughts on “Positively’s Pet Blogs to Watch

  1. Jeanne Melanson

    Excellent list! I've been a follower of a few of these blogs already. I look forward to checking out the rest! My blog is not exactly a "pet blog" per se. Animal Bliss : A Blog about Animals - wild & domestic - furry, feathery & scaly - big & small - air, land & sea. Stop by and visit sometime. 🙂 http://www.animalbliss.com

  2. Rachel Sheppard

    Amazing choices! Some of these authors are my friends and I am so proud of them! I would love to be considered in the future. I am the owner/creator of My Kid Has Paws which is a pet blog focused on Pet Health, Pet Products, and Pet Rescue. http://mykidhaspaws.org

  3. Dorice Stancher

    Please "Like" Canines Can Do on Facebook. We not only post our own blog here but also share blogs from other positive and force-free trainers. I am a writer with several AKC publications as well as Web Vet and some mainstream publications. I write about positive training for performance sports including kayaking, surfing and skijoring plus AKC titling events.

  4. Camille Schake

    Terrific list, these are some of my favorites as well! My blog is GoodPetParent (www.goodpetparent.com), a blog for pet parents of all kinds that makes veterinary terminology, pet health and wellness, and animal behavior and communication easy to understand. Thank you, Victoria!

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