It goes without saying that Americans are wild about their pets. We spend an inordinate amount of time, money, and energy making sure our cats, dogs, fish, and exotic animal friends are happy and healthy. The pet industry is booming and it shows no sign of slowing down.
It was only a matter of time before this pet mania spread to the internet.
Today, people can log on to order pet food or custom-made clothes for their four-legged companions. Top notch veterinarians are available to answer specific questions via email and there are websites devoted to issues about animal health and nutrition.
Breeders from across the country are getting in on the game now.
If you are a breeder, a web site offers a one of a kind opportunity to advertise your services and show off your animals. A responsible breeder will take care to promote their business in the most tasteful and informative manner possible. Here are some of the elements you may want to include on your site:
- An attractive logo with your business name and an illustration of your animal
- Proof of your breeder certification
- Testaments from customers and reference information
- Striking photos of the animals
- Pedigree charts
- An online store where viewers can purchase merchandise
But you do not have to be a registered breeder to showcase your beloved animal. Pet owners of all kinds can illustrate their love for their creatures by creating a very special web site. A pet web site may contain:
- An introduction to your pet, including a time line of when you first came together
- Photos of different sizes and formats, with captions and without
- A daily journal highlighting your interactions with your pet
- A message board where you and your loved ones can exchange comments and bask together in the love you feel for your pet
- Pet memorials or special messages about the family pets of the past
But what if you are not computer savvy or you do not have a scanner? How can you share your pet