Dr. Pet Mom Update: New Book For Pet Parents πŸ“š

I’m very excited to share some news about a Dr. Pet Mom project! This year, I’m writing a book for pets and their pet people. Pet parents everywhere want to give their pets a good life. And pet parenting is a big responsibility for anyone.

Our mission is to create a pet parent community to encourage adoption of rescue and shelter animals. We want to help pets find their forever homes. I’m working hard to keep this promise to members of my pet parent community.

People and pets are the motivation to write my book titled, Dr. Pet Mom’s Pet Parenting Guide: How to Enjoy the Love and Friendship of Senior and Special Needs Pets.

Homes for Homeless Animals

My mission statement tells it all. I want to help pet parents be the best they can be. Being the best doesn’t mean you need to have the latest pet technology, shower your furry ones with expensive amenities in fitness, book a weekend in a luxury pet hotel, or hire a pet concierge.

All any pet parent needs is a loving heart and resource to find answers. My Pet Parenting Guide helps you find answers about basic pet care, keeping your pet healthy and learning about the life stages of your pet.

For example, do know the best places to adopt a pet? Do you know about puppy mills and puppy farms? Do you know the basics of dog park etiquette? You can find these answers and much more in my Pet Parenting Guide.

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Sample Chapter

Here’s an excerpt from my chapter on adoption tips:

Adoption Tips for Senior, Special Needs and Other Pets
     Why are senior and special needs pets special? Why write a book about adopting them? Senior animals are the last to be adopted or fostered. Because people overlook them in search of a β€œperfect pet”. And because I hope to encourage more adoptions of these wonderful
     The next series of adoption tips can help you think about special needs pets - senior pets are included in this category, but it might just be for convenience. Before you decide, consider a few tips for a successful pet adoption.
     A good friend of mine is a volunteer for a local SPCA in her community. The staff know that if there’s a doggy in need of a home, my friend is the go-to pet mom. One dog, Jenny, had a severe skin condition and she looked like she had no hair. Jenny was looking for her forever home...

Happier Pet Parents

My new book is all about the love we give to our pets. Simple pleasures keep our pets happy, and make us happier pet parents.

I hope you enjoy my latest project for 2020. More updates to follow.

@SocialClaude designed a mock up of the book cover below…

Mock up of book cover…

Thanks again for joining our Dr. Pet Mom community! You are the keepers of happiness for many homeless animals πŸ™‚

Dr. Pet Mom

“I think dogs are the most amazing creatures. They give unconditional love. For me they are the role model for being alive.”
–Gilda Radner

“The ideal of calm exists in a sitting cat.”
–Jules Reynard

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