What I've been doing
For half a decade, I helped rescue, fund, and foster Thailand's vulnerable street dogs. Together with a team of incredible women, we ensured that these dogs received crucial medical attention, were responsibly spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and ultimately placed with loving families. Although I no longer live in Thailand, I remain actively involved in the rescue of homeless and abandoned animals, and equally committed to educating and empowering people to become responsible pet owners.
→ NAVC VetFolio Pet Therapeutic Nutrition Coach certification
→ Duke University’s Dog Emotion and Cognition certification
→ Red Cross Pet First Aid and CPR certified
→ NPTEL's Wildlife Tracking and Monitoring certification
I write B2B and B2C website content, long and short-form blog posts, and white papers for the pet industry, including pet insurance companies, websites, veterinarian blogs, and pet-related businesses.
My work has been published in:
→ Cat Fancy (print)
→ Animal Wellness (print)
→ This Dog’s Life
→ The Honest Kitchen
→ Cola’s Kitchen
→ …and more
Why Dog Grooming Is so Important in Winter
Do Dogs Get Depressed?
Do You Need a Dog Ramp?
4 Reasons Pet Insurance is Worth Getting for Indoor Cats
Choose the Right Pet Insurance: 3 Important Considerations
High-tech Medical Procedures
[case study] Complete Oral Health and Treatment for Your Pet
6 Animal Shelter Facts That’ll Make You Want to Adopt Right Now
Medical Conditions that Your Pet Can Sense
10 Common Dog Illnesses: Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention
10 Common Genetic Diseases in Dogs: Protect Your Pooch
Dog Diet for Liver Disease
Dealing with Separation Anxiety in Dogs
Dogs (and Why We Love Them)