Why did we start Pet Frenzy Blog Community
I started this page in hopes to build a large community of animal and pet lovers. I was blessed by many dogs and cats in my life. When I tried to find one “go-to” site I could rely on, I couldn’t find one. I had a million tabs open on my desktop. Trying to find advice, help or reviews on products. I wanted to build a site I could find all my answers on.
I can’t stress the importance of us as a community to come together. Share our experiences and reviews to make the right choices for our furry loved ones. Like finding trainers and advice for newly rescued dogs. Fighting for our little furry friend’s rights and general awareness. It’s hard to know where to start sometimes. Or how to help!
What our site is about
You will also find training techniques, for instance, cat care, dog care and reviews on some of the products I have used. In Time our goal is to use any affiliate profits directly into helping rescue organizations.
This may be used as a valuable resource for new pet owners. Experienced ones as well. Please check out my other blogs on training your new rescue and what to expect. The site is also doing product reviews. We only publish what we would recommend. We do not make any money at this time for that. However, we like to focus on new pet products and businesses. If you think you have something we would love please do not hesitate to drop us a line.
My goal is to help others find solutions rather than returning their rescued pets.Pet Frenzy
Our community share one priority: Providing the most knowledge and the best care and choices we can make for our furry little friends. The best products, advice and training tips. Please feel free to leave us a message, contribution or reviews on products and more. We would love to answer any questions you may have.
Meet The Team
Jasmine is our inspiration behind our page. We recently lost our two senior dogs to old age. In remembrance of them, we adopted Jasmine. We decided to adopt a dog most likely to get overlooked. Jasmine Is a big 94 lb Perro Presa Canario, She had no prior training and was already 9 months old when we adopted her. She had severe fear aggression when we first brought her home.
With the help of a professional trainer that specialized in this we helped Jasmine develope into this confident and loving big love bug. I wanted to share my experience and all I have learned from training and rehabilitation. She has her own Twitter page @pfcjasmine
Bren is Jasmine’s Mama Bear. She previously worked as a bookkeeper and office administrator in the Flooring Business. She dedicates herself fulltime to her family and the Pet Frenzy Community helping it grow by managing a Facebook Page, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok and Reddit Accounts. Also, Bren does all the editing and writing of the product reviews. She is a professional pet blogger starting her career.
When Bren isn’t working or with her family she dedicates her time to training Jasmine as well. Buiding her confidence and trust in people again. She taught Jasmine all the basic commands and puppy etiquette. When she is not training or working she is smothering Jasmine in love and playtime.
Mark is Jasmine’s Daddy. Mark has done a lot of rehabilitation with Jasmine. He also manages her Twitter account. Mark has taught Jasmine how to socialize with other people and dogs. Committing to an hour a day since we adopted her.
He works long days as a Welding Inspector Level 1. He also dedicated the weekend to taking photos and training Jasmine’s new things. Mark helps with design and social media networking. And has been very supportive of Pet Frenzy in all that we do. When he is not working he is helping. When he is not helping he is training. Always a busy guy.
We also want to introduce our main cat contributor that we call Milo.
Milo is also a published Author named Tia Liet. You can visit their site or contact them on Twitter. Milo does all the blog articles we have on cat care mostly. They are the proud owner of Charcoal the black cat. Liet rescued Charcoal from under our welder as a few week old kitten. He was in bad shape.
Milo waited patiently and paid the adoption fee from our local humane society. Once Charcoal was ready to come home. Milo flew over there and picked him up and you would never know that Charcoal was a feral.
Milo spent months rehabilitating charcoal for his new life off the streets. Great Job Milo and we always look forward to any new posts you have.
Meet Charcoal born a Feral Cat Charcoal is our inspiration for blogging about Feral Cat Care. We try and save as many as we can. If we are not saving we are educating.
We’re proud to be a part of the community, serving friends and neighbors — whether they have two legs, or four.
Feel free to contact us if you’re interested in starting a review of a product you have bought. It will help others find what they need. As long as you love animals you one of our people! Contributors welcome. Pet Frenzy was voted by Feedspot in Top 100 Pet Blogs And Websites For Pet Owners & Lovers in 2019!