“I’m so excited to be meeting passionate pet parents across the country,” says DogTipper and CatTipper co-publisher Paris Permenter. As author of Barkonomics:
Rachel Phelps, founder of PrestonSpeaks.com and America’s trusted voice on pets and “pet parenting” states: “I am looking forward to meeting other pet parents at the Amazing Pet Expos who love their pets and want to provide them a better life. I will be sharing tips with attendees on how to travel with their pets and save money along the way.”
Currently hosting over 30 free expos per year across the US, each with 10,000-12,000 attendees, Amazing Pet Expos feature exhibits, demonstrations, educational seminars, and appearances by their official spokesperson, Animal Planet’s Shorty Rossi of “Pit Boss.” The expos are the largest and best-attended series of pet events in America.
For more information, visit amazingpetexpos.com.
About DogTipper.com and CatTipper.com
Spanning over 8,000 pages, DogTipper.com has grown into a large and trusted website for dog lovers with a special emphasis on saving money and saving dogs. Founded in 2008 by professional writers (and husband-wife team) Paris Permenter and John Bigley, award-winning DogTipper.com was joined by CatTipper.com in 2011 and both sites feature tips, news, adoptable pets, and the latest products for pet families. Paris and John live with their rescue dogs and cats near Austin, Texas. For more information, visit www.dogtipper.com and www.cattipper.com.
PrestonSpeaks.com is a nationally-recognized pet lifestyle website written in the voice and viewpoint of Preston, a 4-year-old West Highland White Terrier (Westie). The blog is educational, informative, and fun. It covers topics such as pet lifestyle and culture, current pet issues, pet travel, product reviews, giveaways, pet rescues, and the adventures of Preston and his brother Elvis (also a Westie and a puppy mill survivor). PrestonSpeaks.com was founded in 2010 by K9 travel and lifestyle expert Rachel Phelps with her husband, Brad Phelps. Rachel and Brad live with their dogs and cats in western Kentucky. For more information, visit www.prestonspeaks.com.