Jessica Shipman

IMG_5689-2Jessica Shipman is a bargain hunter, food lover, and software engineer figuring out how to be a pet parent for the first time. Shortly after graduating college, she adopted Luna, an always hungry Beagle mix and dove head first into the wonderful world of pet parenting.

As a recent college graduate, Jessica has been attempting to balance a tight budget with being the best pet parent ever. Jessica shares her journey with Luna in her blog Beagles & Bargains, where she aims to help you survive pet parenthood without going broke. She does this by sharing money saving DIY, pet safe recipes, and affordable food hound approved products.

Jessica has been a long time lover of all animals, especially llamas and manatees. She is a big supporter of animal rescue and hopes to provide a loving home to as many pets as she can. Additionally, Jessica works to provide a voice for animals and exhibits a strong stance for the improvement to the state of animal welfare.

Photography is another passion of Jessica's. While you can see many of her photos on Beagles & Bargains, you can also find them on Instagram.

While Jessica currently lives in Northern Virginia, she graduated from Cornell University with a BS in Information Science, Systems, and Technology, and misses the upstate New York snow.

Learn more about Jessica and Luna by visiting them at BeaglesandBargains.com.

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