Charlotte Reed is a popular pet expert that routinely brightens up television screens, graces radio waves, appears on best-selling authors' lists and can be found lecturing at sold-out seminars.
From working with hundreds of dogs over the years, Reed has learned how to be a good pet parent and model pet owner, and she doesn’t see any reason to keep what she knows a secret. As a pet care and lifestyle specialist, Charlotte provides pet owners with insights on how to best care for their animals. Millions have had the opportunity to watch her on CNN, Fox & Friends, Nate Berkus, The View, Today's Show, and VH1 as well as many other televisions shows around the globe, discussing the “What’s New” for pets and their people.
Reed is the Happy & Healthy Pets blogger for Prevention.com and the Pet Solutions columnist for First for Women magazine, providing money saving tips to their readers. She is also the author of The Miss Fido Manners Complete Book of Dog Etiquette ( Adams Media, 2007).
In addition to her writing career, Reed also works as a pet industry consultant. Although many manufacturers have hired her as a spokesperson, she also works with public relations, and social media firms as a pet trend expert, providing a unique understanding of what drives pet consumer behavior. Charlotte is the owner of five dogs, two cats and one parrot. To learn more about Charlotte and her other projects, visit www.charlottereed.com
Easter is one of the most celebrated holidays in the world. When celebrating with your family, don’t forget your pets. They love to be a part of our celebrations and to receive gifts. Create an Easter basket for them with holiday toys and treats.
As the season transitions, more pet owners think about how to spend their summer vacations. many pet enthusiasts prefer to start as early as possible, looking for a pet-friendly destinations in which they can participate in bonding activities as well as finding emergency services.
Recently, at American Pet Products Association Global Pet Expo I sought out new pet products that could help pet parents take better care of their furkids and that would also provide them with the biggest bang for their buck. Here is what Rhone and I sniffed out: