Dogster has had a great and exciting year, many wonderful enhancements and additions were made in 2008.
Here are some highlights brought to us from Dogster HQ’s.
Our For the Love of Dog Blog was handed over from Joy Ward to Horst and Lisa Hoefinger, who have continued, in Joy’s pawprints, to offer top-notch daily news, fun and tips to dog lovers all over the world. We look forward to seeing what kinds of bones Horst and Lisa dig up for us in 2009!
We also launched Snuzzy this year, our pet and animal humor site where “cute and fuzzy collide.” I’ve been pleasantly surprised with the success of this blog, and have enjoyed the feedback that I receive from our readers. So much of what makes Dogster and Catster successful has to do with the fact that our members and readers have great senses of humor and extreme fondness for all things cute, fuzzy and furry, so it was only logical that we launch the Snuzz. I look forward to continuing to find the snuzz and post it for you as the new year unfolds.
The Good Dog Blog was added to our blogosphere this year, a host of articles that addresses training and behavior issues and offers easy to follow suggestions and solutions. Make sure to check it out and add it your list of daily reading!
The Daily Dog Tip was also born in 2008, a blog that offers up short daily bits of handy info that should be of interest to dog owners and dog lovers alike. Tracie Hotchner, author of The Dog Bible, has been writing the tips for us since we launched the blog in September. Look for more helpful tips on a whole slew of topics in 2009… AND, you can also get the tips delivered to you via Twitter!
Our Vet Blog, written by veterinarian Dr. Eric Barchas, has grown to be one of the most comprehensive medical blogs for pet owners on the Internet. Whether responding to your questions or to current events in the pet medical community, Dr. Barchas provides helpful daily advice to pet owners all over the world.
You can get the full scoop on the Dogster Site News and Updates page. Once again, Lisa and I want to thank all the Dogsters out there that have made us feel so welcome and an integral part of the Dogster family.
Wishing everyone a healthy and happy New Year.
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