What do you do when you’re a pet blogger and your dog dies?

What happens if you’re a pet blogger or your pet is a social media influencer and they die? Because of the rise of dog influencers on social media sites like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, owners are having to cope with the loss of their pet in the public eye. Pet journalist and blogger Rachel Spencer from The Paw Post Pet Blog shares her advice on how to cope.

It’s a question I faced exactly a year ago today when I said goodbye to Daisy Daisy had been by my side for nine years, and although she was a senior dog, losing her came as a shock. You might have read her story already. She was diagnosed with Canine Dementia last January and I […]

Pet Bereavement: Nine things I learned after losing my dog Daisy

The bond we share with our pets is so strong and every owner’s worst fear is losing their furry friend A study by the Co-op found more than a quarter of owners saw pet bereavement as difficult to cope with as losing a family member and a third equated it to the loss of a […]

The Paw Post meets Doug The Pug Therapy Dog!

We’re super excited to be speaking to Cate Archer – AKA Doug The Pug Therapy Dog’s human. Kimberley from City Dog Expert very kindly introduced us via Instagram. Doug, eight, lives with Chocolate Lab Molly, 13, and cats Tiger, 21, and Archie, 14, in Buckinghamshire and works as a Pets As Therapy (PAT) dog. He […]