Deb Eyerdam, President of RND Solutions Inc., publisher of the website Dogsforwomen.com, has announced that the site has embarked on a new mission to gather first-hand information about different dog breeds from the every day people who live and care for these breeds. Eyerdam explains, “Other websites give information about what the professionals say about different breeds, but there’s nothing more helpful than learning from the testimonial and experience of an every day dog owner. The first breed to be featured is my personal account of raising our 13 month-old Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever. The ‘Toller’ is a medium size dog with a big name that is smart, active, has a great temperament and, although still relatively unknown, is gaining popularity in the U.S.”
Eyerdam explained, “Every dog has a story and it’s up to his owner to tell it. Our next featured breed will be the Doberman Pinscher. We hope to include dogs of all sizes and dispositions and encourage women to take this opportunity to write about their dogs.” The goal of Dogsforwomen.com is to create a dog breed database that will give others who are shopping for a new dog a sense of how much work and care goes into raising a certain breed. The site wants to share information about the pluses and minuses, rewards and risks of living with different breeds in order to help match the right dogs to the right owners, and visa versa. The website acknowledges that different dog owners might have very different experiences with the same breed so the site will publish multiple perspectives on the same breed.
Along with a word document of the owners’ story, Dogsforwomen.com requires the story teller to complete the Doggie Data survey on the website and provide a jpg photo of their dog. Eyerdam advises visiting “Calling all Women Dog Owners” story on the website for complete details of how dog owners can get published on the site.
Dogsforwomen.com is a website created especially for women:
• To help women make informed choices when shopping for a dog to suit their lifestyle,
• Continue to make good choices about socialization, training, nutrition, etc. after they bring the new pup home,
• Give women who must give up their dog a venue to find another female to adopt their pet (and visa versa),
• Give women a site to share photos and stories about their dogs, and perhaps win a contest or two along the way.
The website welcomes comments and photos from dog owners and will only publish when written permission has been obtained. The site does not pay for content. Content for the website is updated bi-monthly.
Dogsforwomen.com is actively seeking individuals and businesses that want to reach this targeted market with products and services. The site welcomes the opportunity to link with animal shelters, veterinarians, newspapers and other organizations that have dogs available for adoption to women.