Pet Website Educates Owners about Behavior and Training with New Blog

Share Article is a bold new pet website that tackles pet behavior issues. Website founder Kim Kite has recently added a new blog which she plans to utilize to discuss the responsibilities of pet ownership, including tips for resolving behavior issues.

Obviously pets can't teach their owners how best to take care of them, so it's up to owners to take the initiative.

Kim Kite, founder of, was raised amongst dogs and cats, and even when she moved out, always had animals in her home.

"I've loved animals for as long as I can remember, and I've always been dedicated to making sure the animals I care for are healthy," said Kite. "I got into Rottweilers a while back, and from all the training I've done, I'm well aware of their behavior."

Following her experiences training her Rottweiler, Kite found herself inspired to create a website that focused more on dealing with pet behavior issues.

"There are a million websites out there that can teach pet owners how to train their dog or cat to do something, but not a lot that address specific behavior traits," said Kite. "For example, if visitors come to the home while the owner is present, Rottweilers will let them come in, but can become pushy when those strangers try to leave, and it's these breed specific behavior traits that I hope to address on my website."

On Kite's website, pet owners will find a broad selection of resources including books on dog and cat behavior, training treats, and grooming supplies. In addition, Kite plans to provide more information through her new blog at

"There are a lot of responsibilities associated with pet ownership, but some owners just buy a dog or cat and expect it to behave, which is completely unreasonable," said Kite. "On the blog I will talk about what behavior owners can expect from different dog and cat breeds, as well as how to address bad behavior."

Kite is a strong advocate for pet ownership, but wants all owners to be aware of the pet laws in their state, and to spay and neuter their pets at the right age. "Pet owners have to be aware of all their responsibilities, as well as their pet's needs," said Kite. "Obviously pets can't teach their owners how best to take care of them, so it's up to owners to take the initiative."

About the Company: is owned and operated by pet lover Kim Kite.


Kim Kite
(513) 821-1991

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