I work with and write for all types of pet businesses.
From Artisan treat bakers to Collar stitchers and makers,
Dog friendly cottages, hotels and getaway creators.
Pup walkers, trainers and dog grooming risk takers,
I write for all the Mutt-Motivated movers and shakers.
If it’s dog focused or dog serving then I’m in!
Moo Moo and Bear
Nadia supplements her own blog content with an additional blog from me each month to keep her content creation consistent and regular.
Scruffy Little Terrier
Michelle at Scruffy Little Terrier came to me to help her produce regular and consistent blog posts for her e-commerce business.
Michelle’s business actually started as a blog. She’s a brilliant writer, but time is limited with so much to do, so she came to me!
Pooch and Pineapple Dog Photographer
Here is the first of many!
Bracken Dog Training
Alex is an incredible dog trainer who wants to spend her time doing what she loves, not writing copy. So, she leaves that to me!
Your Family Dog Trainer
I’ve worked with Bill on a cold pitch email to connect with other pet professionals in his area so he can begin building relationships in the community. And he’s also signed up for a blog a month on all things dog and family to showcase his expertise and provide valuable resources to his client base.
Dog-G8 make and sell incredibly dog safety gates which can be used at the front door, around the home and even in motorhomes. They have received a lot of press featuring in publications such as Your Dog Magazine, Edition Dog, The Daily Mail, The Sun, and many more.
They came to me for monthly blogs to create content to help promote their brand and raise their profile further with their target market.
Here is their first installment all about the benefits of Doggy Daycare.
I wrote this piece exploring how to choose a dog walker.
Are you ready to talk?
I can talk all day about dogs and marketing, so I have to put a time limit on our initial discovery call so we don’t while the day away!
Book in for a 30-minute discovery call with me, and let’s make sense of where you’re at.