Our goal is to help people better prepare for breed-specific medical issues they might face in the future. Knowing what to expect can have a big impact on the overall health and wellness of the whole family, with or without fur.
PHILADELPHIA (PRWEB) September 09, 2020
America has been devoted to dogs since the beginning of its history, as many of the Founding Fathers were proud pet parents. Today, the COVID-19 pandemic has inspired record numbers of new dog devotees across the country. Whether the dog is purebred or mixed breed, PetPlace.com is rolling out a comprehensive Breed Guide that details each dog breed’s origin, physical characteristics, care needs, and common health issues.
“The Breed Guide has given us a chance to dive even deeper into a subject we truly love. Our team of veterinarians and vet techs pride themselves on their encyclopedic knowledge of breed traits, training, and tidbits, and we think our audience will relish the opportunity to get to know their dogs even better,” said Matt Deapo, Editor-in-Chief of PetPlace.
Researched and written by PetPlace veterinarians and canine experts, the Breed Guide allows readers to get to know a breed at a glance, evaluating traits like energy level, vocality, and affection on a handy sliding scale. In addition to detailed physical and emotional characteristics, the Guide also includes breed-specific predisposed health conditions to help owners understand and prepare for an unexpected medical emergency, as well as guidelines to ensure that you find a pooch compatible with your lifestyle.
“Our goal is to really help people have a better understanding of their pet or potential pet,” Deapo added. “As well as help them better prepare for breed-specific medical issues they might face in the future. Knowing what to expect can have a big impact on the overall health and wellness of the whole family, with or without fur.”
PetPlace.com is a vet-founded pet information destination with over 1.2 million monthly visitors. Since 2006, it has been helping pet parents improve their pet’s health with vet-sourced articles and advice, as well as current events, tips, and trends curated by an editorial team that includes veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and specialized authors.
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Founded by a veterinarian in 2006, PetPlace is the most comprehensive resource for pet information available on the web, with a library of over 10,000 articles crafted by a respected editorial team of veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and specialized authors who want to better the lives of readers and their pets.