Pet-Blogging Info

Thank you for taking the time to read this. I have noticed a number of guest posting offers sent through our Contact Form. We truly appreciate this. However, it would even make us even happier if you could give us a  couple of minutes (or seconds even) to read some of our basic rules.



Guest Posting Guidelines

1. We know how much effort each of you place in your articles so it would not be fair if I will allow articles/posts that aren't original or are spun. This also goes for pictures that are supposed to be appended in such article. Please refrain from using pictures that aren't yours, or those that do not have the owner's consent.

Proper image attributions are a must. e.g. If your image comes from flickr, make sure you send the link of the photo in this format


In that way, it should appear like this.
Puppy's Dream by smerikal, CC BY-SA 2.0

2. We respect that you have other important things to do in your life so we also hope that you will respect us in this aspect as well. Please do not ask us to immediately post your article within the day of your submission. Some blog posts are already scheduled for certain days.


3. A maximum of one link is allowed. This said, no visible URLs should be appended into your article unless that URL will contain the link itself (e.g. http://www.mydogslove.me). The use of other reference sites such as Wikipedia, Petfinder, Pets.WebMd, Dogfoodadvisor and Dogbreedinfo is perfectly fine.

Note on Sponsored Posting: We have the right to inform our readers that posts are sponsored or paid for. The line "This post is sponsored by " shall be appended in the article.

As of April 9, 2014, we are now reserving the right to add the "nofollow" tag on guest posting links if your website's primary purpose is for product sales and/or services.

If your website is a pet blog or purely informational (not intended for selling any services or products), then the links will remain intact. This includes personal blogs with advertisements, personal blogs with promotions, and even personal blogs with etsy shops.


4. Since this a dog blog, we prefer dog-related articles that focus on dog care, dog adoption, dog health tips and dog training. We are also a firm advocate of adoption so please do not expect us to readily accept articles that cater to pet shops or online puppy or dog selling ads. 

Once again, thank you for adhering to these guidelines. Please feel free to contact us for other details. We would love to hear from you.



Link Exchange Rules

I will only cater to pet blogs or a maximum of two informative/pet related sites per person (e.g. pet blogs, pet information, pet websites). Thank you for respecting my blog roll.

Websites that cater to selling animals, pets, or living beings (including humans) shall should not expect for their links to be posted in our blog. We strongly advocate adoption, so please accept my apologies in rejecting such links automatically.



Other Questions and Concerns

For details not included in this page, feel free to message us through our Contact Form.

Thank you for reading our Pet-Related Information.

5 comments:

  1. Thanks for the blog about PJ's parvo recovery. I am inspired. Have been through the same ordeal myself. My 6 month old shih tzu got hit with it pretty bad. For the first signs of it, vomitting, I had him confined at a Pet Clinic. They had him undergo blood tests. Hiro's Parvo vaccine shot was not yet complete, although I plan to have that rectified ASAP, so he got hit with the virus so bad. For three days, his situation deteriorated. On the last day, he pooped a funky-smelling, bloody poop. I cried so hard and planned on how to give him a proper burial. But luckily he recovered. As if nothing ever happened. He's back to his bubbly self, and I dote on him more now. I just want to share that I opted not have Hiro confined in a Clinic for the whole duration of his sickness, because I felt like I can look after him better at home. With Petdelyte, Immunosin and his daily vitamin maintenance, and of course with tender loving care, he survived. Thanks so much.

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    1. I'm glad Hiro's alive. You must have stuck with Hiro through thick and thin. If there's any consolation in experiencing such hell, it's that we learn how to prioritize our dog's needs like vaccinations. It's sad that many owners would spend so much to buy an expensive breed to skimp on vaccination costs. They would be lucky if their dogs grew old without sickness, but like your Hiro and our PJ, this was not the case. Maswerte tayo dahil nabuhay sila.

      Never again will I skip the first year of vaccinations--kahit askal pa aso ko. :)

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  2. Goodafternoon.
    Whoever is out there who can answer my queries asap, please please please do answer..
    My female aspin has given birth to a pup.. The pup is male and he is now almost 6weeks old.. I really don't know when is the right time to give him vaccination shots.. Or when to deworm him.. He already started eating grains of rice.. He is still breastfeeding from his mum. From time to time he vomits this foamy white thing and I don't know if that's normal or what.. I really have no idea how to deal with a puppy this young.. I am very scared that he will get the Parvo virus. Please help me!!!
    The lil' pup's name is Pandee and his mum is Eris. I will be waiting for replies.
    Thankyou!

    -mckinnesley@gmail.com

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